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Evergreen Kaiser Permanente office to close Jan. 1

The Evergreen Kaiser Permanente clinic is closing Jan. 1.

According to a statement from Kaiser, the Evergreen clinic is one of the smallest clinics Kaiser operates and has seen low patient volume. It is located in the US Bank building on Evergreen Parkway and Lewis Ridge Road and has been open since 2010.

“Like any business, we regularly evaluate how we operate and make necessary adjustments to remain competitive and make the best use of member resources,” Kaiser Permanente said in a statement.

Kaiser says there are four medical offices within 20 to 30 minutes of the Evergreen clinic, and each is capable of supporting members’ needs. 

“It’s important to note that Kaiser members will get letters, and we will work with them to help them navigate to a new option, a new clinic and to transition their care,” according to Amy Whited, a Kaiser spokeswoman. "We want to make this a smooth transition."

Whited said Kaiser members will be able to keep their primary care physicians. Dr. Shauna Grace will transfer to the Wheat Ridge clinic at Interstate 70 and Ward Road. Dr. Maria Somerset will transfer to the Lakewood clinic at Wadsworth Boulevard and Alameda Avenue.

Misconduct case against former Sandusky prosector ends with emotional pleas

Was Frank Fina a heroic prosecutor, forced to scrape through layers of deception to find a cast of enablers at Penn State who helped prolong the era in which Jerry Sandusky  could prey on boys?

Or, was he a bully lawman, willing to run roughshod over sacrosanct rules of the American legal system in order to get some additional scalps in a career-defining case?

That's the stark choice painted for a three-attorney panel here Wednesday, in the closing day of a hearing on charges that Fina broke attorney-client privilege rules in the prosecution of former Penn State President Graham Spanier and two of his senior-most aides.

Fina is accused of doing so by turning then-Penn State General Counsel Cynthia Baldwin into a prosecution witness after  she'd represented the three former university administrators in 2011 grand jury appearances.

Spanier, former Athletic Director Tim Curley and former Senior Vice President for Business and Finance Gary Schultz were all charged within days of Baldwin's testimony with lying to prosecutors both about what they knew of early  sexual abuse allegations against Sandusky,  and how they acted on that information.