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Overlake Medical Center & Clinics offers both convenience and excellence.

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We are proud to be recognized time and again for our high standard of care.

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Your contribution to Overlake helps support new state-of-the-art facilities and innovative, world-class care, now and into the future.

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Fostering diversity, equity and inclusion.

Providing exceptional clinical care while fostering an inviting, nurturing and respectful environment.

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Featured Services & Programs

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Cancer Care

Our team is on your side, providing compassionate, personalized care to help you through one of life’s most difficult challenges.

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Childbirth & Maternity Care

Delivering miracles every day since 1960.

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Heart & Vascular

Your heart deserves exceptional care.

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Black History Month Spotlight: Edward Leonard, MD
In honor of Black History Month and the year-round contributions of our Black team members, we spoke with Overlake Infectious Disease Specialist Edward Leonard, MD, to hear his reflections on Black identity, diversity in healthcare, and why representation is vital for positive patient outcomes.

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FLARE: 5 Ways to Help Someone Having a Seizure
A seizure can be terrifying, especially if you have never seen anyone having it before. It temporarily affects muscle control, speech, and awareness and may cause the whole body to shake violently. It usually lasts for a few seconds to several minutes. If you witness someone having a seizure, there are five simple things you can do to help. You just have to stay calm and remember F.L.A.R.E.

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7 Health Screenings Men Can’t Live Without
If you're looking to improve your health in the New Year, start by moving preventive screenings to the top of your to-do list. Regular screenings are crucial for finding and dealing with health problems in their early stages—when many conditions are more treatable and less threatening to overall health.