North Whatcom Health Center Capital Campaign

In response to the growing need for quality, affordable health care throughout our community, Unity Care NW is launching a $3 million capital campaign toward construction of a new $15 million, expanded health center serving north Whatcom County. Join us in supporting the campaign!

Denise’s Story

A dental assistant at Unity Care NW, Denise values her role in improving patients’ oral health. [Read Her Story]

Latest News

Help Us Celebrate National Health Center Week, August 13-17

Join us on Tuesday, August 14 for an evening with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and on Thursday, August 16 for a screening of "Ola: Health is Everything." more >>

2018 Annual Gala: Friday, Sept. 28th

Local food from Whatcom County farms served at the beautiful Ciao Thyme Commons! more >>

In Memory and Celebration of Eric Moldver, DDS

Make your gift in Eric's honor more >>

Free Yoga and Qi Gong Classes Now Available

Weekly yoga and Qi Gong classes are free and open to all UCNW patients. more >>

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August is National Immunization Awareness Month

What’s one of the most effective ways to protect yourself and your family against illness?  Get immunized!

Summer is a great time to get your child up-to-date on immunizations before the new school year starts. Childhood immunizations can protect your child against 14 serious childhood diseases, including measles and whopping cough, as well as flu, meningitis, and cancer.

Immunizations aren’t just for kids. Getting an annual flu shot in the Fall can protect you, your family, and your neighbors and co-workers throughout the flu season. Your health care provider may recommend other vaccines as well, based on your age and health conditions.

Take advantage of National Immunization Awareness Month. Make an appointment today to get vaccinated. Call us at (360) 676-6177.

Unity Care NW and the Point Roberts Clinic

For over a decade, Unity Care NW has provided primary and urgent care medical services to the Point Roberts community through a contract with the Point Roberts Hospital District. On June 25, the Unity Care NW Board of Directors voted to not renew our contract with the Point Roberts Hospital District for 2019 and thereafter. Unity Care NW will maintain services at the Point Roberts Clinic and continue to care for our Point Roberts patients through the end of 2018.

This has been a difficult decision knowing the impact to our patients, the Point Roberts community, and staff. We thank our patients for entrusting us with their care, and our staff for the care and customer service provided to the community. We will work with the Hospital District to ensure as smooth of a transition as possible. To read the statement about this decision from our Executive Director, Des Skubi, click here.