I have a new practice location:  Smokey Point Cumulus Park building. 

I will be providing naturopathic specialty care, family medicine, and acupuncture services in Arlington:  16410 Smokey Point Blvd: Suite 307.  After 7/2013, I look forward to practicing both in Arlington and Mt Vernon. 

Look forward to seeing you! 

For more information, visit my page and like me on facebook: "Rebecca Wilhelm ND LAc".  It will keep you up to date with my space in Mt Vernon.





16410 Smokey Point Blvd
Suite 307
Arlington, WASHINGTON  98223
Tel: 360-333-4476
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