Direct Messaging with PCLI


What is Direct Messaging?

Direct Messaging is not email or text messaging. Direct Messaging is a secure, internet-based communication tool that can replace mail and fax transmission of protected health information (PHI). If you have access to Direct Messaging through your electronic health record (EHR) system, we would like to receive and share patient data via this fast and efficient technology.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Click here to view our Direct Messaging FAQs and learn more about this secure, HIPAA compliant communication system.

What are PCLI’s Direct Messaging addresses?

Unless Direct Messaging communication is required with a specific PCLI doctor, kindly use our facilities’ general office addresses. Copy and paste the appropriate address into Your Direct Messaging system.

  • Albuquerque, NM –
  • Anchorage, AK –
  • Bellevue, WA –
  • Bellingham, WA –
  • Boise, ID –
  • Chehalis, WA –
  • Great Falls, MT –
  • Kennewick, WA –
  • Lewiston, ID –
  • Olympia, WA –
  • Portland, OR –
  • Silverdale, WA –
  • Spokane, WA –
  • Tacoma, WA –
  • Tualatin, OR –
  • Vancouver, WA –
  • Yakima, WA –
Our Direct Messaging Address Book

 Click here to view a PDF of PCLI's Direct Messaging address book. Or click here to download an Excel file.

Share Your Direct Messaging Address With Us

As we create a directory of OD Direct Messaging addresses, we would like to include yours. When you send us a Direct Message, we can capture your address, or you can email it to:

Amy Jerome
Healthcare Informatics Administrative Assistant
Phone (360) 242-3051


If you have any questions about Direct Messaging with PCLI, please contact Amy Jerome.