Dr. Eric Klein, Dr. Rebecca March and their staff would like to create a comfortable and compassionate atmosphere between us and our patients that is one of a partnership with open dialogue. With this partnership we hope to promote our patients health by providing innovative and comprehensive care. With our personalized care we want all our patients to believe they are treated with dignity and respect. We want each patient to understand that their health will be at the center of our health care team efforts.
We believe in prevention and early detection of disease. We will make available to our patients education and resources to enable our patients to make life style modifications. These resources will help with our patient’s health care decisions, to optimize their well-being and long-term health.
Our commitment to our patients is to respect their privacy at all times. When they are sick, we will make every effort to provide same day appointments. Our goal is to provide care to alleviate the stress that comes with illness and disease.
Dr. Eric Klein, MD
Dr. Klein brings 45 years of medical experience to West Olympia Internal Medicine. Dr. Klein began studying medicine at the University of Washington, and completed his residency at Harbor-UCLA, located in Torrance, California. After several years of practice, Dr. Klein, his wife, and four children moved back to Washington State, where he began his private practice in 1991. Dr. Klein attributes his interest in internal medicine to his daughter, who was diagnosed with diabetes at a young age. This gave Dr. Klein the impetus to found Capital Clinical Research Center in 1995. Since the inception of the Center, Dr. Klein has been involved in over 120 diabetes clinical studies and author to 20 medical publications.
* Dr. Klein is not accepting any new patients at this time.
Dr. Rebecca March, DO
Dr. March is excited to join West Olympia Internal Medicine as a newly inducted Board Certified Internist. Dr. March’s combined training between osteopathy* (D.O.) and internal medicine at an allopathic (M.D.) residency provides her with a well-rounded approach to patient care. She joins West Olympia Internal Medicine with a deeper understanding of the musculoskeletal system and its relationship to diseases, giving her a broader range of expertise to address, diagnose and treat illnesses.
* Dr. March does not practice osteopathic manipulation.