Lourdes Edralin, marketing director for Marshall Medical, when asked about the recent (temporary) closure of the Divide Wellness Center, said they have not received any new information or been contacted by the Department of Justice since the original search warrant.
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“The clinic has hired an interim nurse practitioner, who is still going through the credentialing process,” said Edralin. “We have no date of reopening the clinic, but I am told it will be soon — any day. A specific date is not clear.”
The Divide Wellness Center continues to take phone calls daily at 530-333-2548, and are referring people to other medical facilities.
“We are looking forward to reopening the Wellness Center in Georgetown,” Edralin added.
Investigators served the DWC with a search warrant last month. Who and what is being investigated have not been made public information as of yet.