Washington Orthopaedic Center floods


Centralia-based Washington Orthopaedic Center has continued to serve patients amid a flood caused by burst pipes, according to a Feb. 23 report from The Chronicle.

The flood affected the center's Centralia clinic in January, but the center has remained open, moving patient care to a temporary office in its parking lot. 

Additional services are being offered in Washington Orthopaedics' physical therapy office and ASC. Its Olympia, Wash.-based office also remains fully operational. 

"Your health and well-being are our top priorities, and we’re here to make sure you get the care you need without delay," Keith Birchard, MD, a surgeon at the center, told The Chronicle. "We're working hard to keep any inconvenience to a minimum." 

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