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Here at Link Community Clinic, we optimize primary care by combining conventional and natural medicine to maximize benefit while reducing harm. Our practice is guided by scientific evidence and by personal connection. We take joy in caring for patients of all body sizes, abilities, ages, races, and genders.


We strongly believe everyone should have access to this type of care, which is why we are the only primary care naturopathic doctors in Pierce County to accept Medicaid. 


Integrative Primary Care
for Everyone

Treating all community members, all ages,

with the best holistic medical care

Call us today!

(253) 267-1317

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23 November 2022




We will be closed on the following days:

November 24, 2022

November 25, 2022

December 26, 2022

January 2, 2023

We wish you safe and happy holidays. Messages will be returned the following business days. Established patients may still reach an on-call provider for urgent medical needs through our after hours voicemail line: (425) 548-3961

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Patient Stories

"I have a medically complex child with multiple disabilities who sees a large number of specialists. I was looking for someone who could tie all this information together and treat my family Holistically. We found Dr. Garofalo to be an excellent fit! I always feel like I have been deeply listened too, that he takes enough time to work collaboratively with me and makes complex medical issues easily accessible. We've had nothing but a wonderful experience at Link. HIGHLY recommended!"

Kate G, 40

Land Acknowledgment

ʔuk’ʷədiid čəł ʔuhigʷəd txʷəl tiiɫ ʔa čəɫ ʔal tə swatxʷixʷtxʷəd ʔə tiiɫ puyaləpabš. ʔa ti dxʷʔa ti swatxʷixʷtxʷəd ʔə tiiɫ puyaləpabš ʔəsɫaɫaɫlil tul’al tudiʔ tuhaʔkʷ. didiʔɫ ʔa həlgʷəʔ ʔal ti sləx̌il. dxʷəsɫaɫlils həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uyayus həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uƛ’ax̌ʷad həlgʷəʔ tiiɫ bədədəʔs gʷəl tix̌dxʷ həlgʷəʔ tiił ʔiišəds həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uʔalalus həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’utxʷəlšucidəb. x̌ʷəla···b ʔə tiiɫ tuyəl’yəlabs.

We gratefully honor and acknowledge that we rest on the traditional lands of the Puyallup People. The Puyallup people have lived on this land since the beginning of time. They are still here today. They live, work, raise their children, take care of their community, practice their traditional ways and speak the Twulshootseed language – just as their ancestors did.

[gratefully citing Puyallup Tribe of Indians]

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