We support our patients having access to their health information through the Patient Portal. Beyond the Patient Portal, we can enable certain mobile apps that meet requisite technical specification and security requirements to provide you access to your health information in a safe and secure way. Currently no mobile apps have been configured to connect to our system. Our website, peninsulafamilymedical.com, will be updated if any additional apps become available for you to use to access your health information. Please contact our office if you have questions.
Peninsula Family Medical Center provides health care for the whole family. To request an appointment contact us.
Click here to view a letter to the patients of Tina Siridakis ARNP
If you are an existing patient and have received your login details, please visit the Patient Portal.
Covid-19 Disease and Covid Vaccine Update (11/30/2021)
We are a team of physicians, nurse practitioners and support staff that base our success on our patients' long-term good health.
We are currently seeing a downward trend in Covid 19 cases. This is occurring throughout the country and in Washington state. However we strongly urge that you continue to be very vigilant and careful about your risk of contracting Covid. We are seeing number of breakthrough cases in people that have been vaccinated. For this reason we strongly recommend that you continue to wear masks and social distance in any setting which you could be exposed to somebody who is unvaccinated or is sick. Avoid large gatherings or any gathering in which you do not know everyone and can be sure that they have been vaccinated or are not ill.
At this point we still require that you wear a mask when you come to our office. We strongly encourage everyone to get a vaccine. The vaccine is effective and limits your likelihood of becoming infected with Covid. Getting infected with Covid does not ensure that you’ll be immune. People who have gotten the vaccine are 5 times less likely to get Covid than people who have previously had the actual disease. The antibody response to the vaccine is much more predictable than the antibody response to the disease. We recommend the vaccine for everyone over the age of 5. We recommend boosters for all adults over 18. At this point we feel that the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are all acceptable. However the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should be avoided in women under age 50. We feel that a booster for Moderna and Pfizer can be either one or the other. We do recommend one of the mRNA boosters for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, although the Johnson & Johnson booster is acceptable. You can schedule a vaccination or the booster at your local pharmacies. We are not currently providing Covid vaccines at our office.
For anyone who thinks they have contracted Covid, we recommend that you call our office and receive an evaluation. Symptoms of Covid include runny nose, cough, body aches, loss of sense of taste and smell, and or diarrhea. If you feel that you have been exposed to Covid or have symptoms of the Covid illness, we recommend that you get testing. You can get this at some of the pharmacies and we also offer it at our clinic. If you have a positive test, you should quarantine for at least 10 days. If you have had exposure, you should quarantine for at least 14 days after exposure.
Please call our office (253) 851-5121, if you have any other questions with respect to the Covid illness or the Covid vaccine.
Since 1980, Peninsula Family Medical Center has been providing primary health care to the Gig Harbor area
Primary Care, Well Child Exams, Well Woman Examinations, Annual Physicals, Sports and Camp Physicals, Full Laboratory Testing, Adult and Pediatric Immunizations, Preventive Health Care, Pre-operative Clearance
Dr. Craddock is happy to bring no needle, no scalpel vasectomy to Peninsula Family Medical Center. The no needle vasectomy is done with a device that injects anesthetic through the skin and allows him to not use needles. This makes the procedure much less painful. No scalpel refers to the fact that scalpel is not used, allowing for much less bleeding and a faster recovery.