Our Services

At Selah Family Medicine, we offer an array of on-site services for the convenience of our patients.

Acute Care

Casting and splinting
Allergy treatment/injections
Joint injections
Ear wax removal
Oximetry/nebulizer treatments


Skin biopsies/cancer detection
Mole and skin tag removal
Wart destruction
Liquid nitrogen therapy
Acne treatment
Wound care/debridement
Cyst removal


In-patient hospital care
Preventative medicine
Pneumonia and flu shots


Pap smears
Breast exams
Mammogram referral
Colposcopy/cervical cancer screen
HPV vaccine/Gardasil

Internal Medicine

In-patient hospital care
Pulmonary function testing/asthma
Full physicals
DOT physicals
Prostate cancer screening
Osteoporosis screening

Minor Surgery

Sigmoidoscopy/Colon cancer screening
Toenail Removal


Preconception evaluation
Prenatal care
In-patient hospital care and delivery
Postpartum exam/contraceptive management

Travel Consultations

Before traveling abroad, it is wise to consult first with your physician. All of the providers at Selah Family Medicine have an interest in travel medicine and have traveled abroad. We offer a comprehensive travel consultation including vaccinations, prescriptions, and resources. We offer Hepatitis A and B vaccines, typhoid, tetanus, meningococcal, and TB testing. We are not a yellow fever vaccination clinic but we can provide a prescription for this. Please call our office at 509-697-5511 to schedule an appointment.

Work Related Injuries - Occupational Medicine »

We do not provide these services at our clinic, but Virginia Mason Memorial does have a team of therapists, pathologists, and trainers to help members of our community recover, rehabilitate, and develop the skills needed to get back to their lives. More »

On-site Laboratory

Lab draw services from Memorial Physicians Laboratory are Mondays through Fridays, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch. Appointments are recommended but not required. Call 509-697-4223.


In-patient hospital care
Well child care
Sports physicals - The state of Washington requires that students who want to participate in organized sports undergo a pre-participation physical examination (PPE) every two years to help determine if it's safe for them to take part.
Download a Sports Physical Form »

How can we make this page better for you? Leave your comments here »