Trinity Hires New Clinic Director

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The Trinity Neighborhood Clinic is delighted to announce the hiring of Sarah Stacy as Clinic Director. Sarah recently relocated back to the South Sound to complete her master's degree in nursing at Pacific Lutheran University. Sarah joins the Trinity Neighborhood Clinic community with a passion to improve access to care for those that are vulnerable and under-insured in our community. A commitment to provide just and equitable healthcare for all is on of Sarah's foundational principles. 

While living in Seattle, Sarah worked for a managed care organization to improve access to care for Medicaid and Medicare members. Prior to that Sarah spent seven years in Olympia working in partnership with the Department of Health to develop patient-centered programs for Federally Qualified Health Centers in Washington state. Sarah was also a frequent volunteer medical assistant/nurse coordinator at The Olympia Free Clinic starting at its relaunch in 2011. While at the Free Clinic, she saw the amazing contributions a community of volunteers can make to reduce barriers to care and provide free services. Sarah is excited to be apart of the Trinity community and looks forward to meeting new faces.  

When she's not at the Clinic, Sarah enjoys hiking, biking and walks foraging for wild edibles in the woods and can be seen gleaning fallen fruit from neighborhood trees (with permission!) to make into fruit preserves. Sarah also likes exploring new towns and cities. Being new to Tacoma, she looks forward to exploring favorite local restaurants, parks and hidden treasures.

To contact Sarah for more information on the clinic or to volunteer to help (medical and non-medical volunteers are needed), contact her at