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Hepatitis C Treatment Program

Hepatitis C Treatment Program

Helping Patients Become Virus Free

Hepatitis C is a common disease that primarily affects the liver and can result in long term health problems when left untreated. Due to advances in treatment over the last few years, Hepatitis C is now relatively easy to treat with 2-3 months of medication. These medications are simple to take and do not have many side effects.

Program Details

CHAS has several providers that are experienced in treating Hepatitis C. We also have a liver imaging machine called a Fibroscan that helps patients avoid the need for liver biopsy. Often treatment can be initiated after just 1-2 visits. Patients can be referred for treatment by their primary care providers at CHAS.

Finding a cure for Hepatitis C

The providers at CHAS are committed to helping eliminate Hepatitis C in the state of Washington. We are interested in seeing all patients even if you are currently struggling with addiction to alcohol or drugs.

Hep C Treatment Clinics

3919 N Maple Street Spokane, WA 99205
5620 S Regal St. Suite 11 Spokane, WA 99223
15812 E Indiana Ave Spokane Valley, WA 99216
1001 W 2nd Ave Spokane, WA 99201
Call 509.444.8200 to make an appointment


A Message From Dr. Ethan Angell

Developing A Passion For Treatment

I first became interested in treating chronic Hepatitis C after one of my patients died of liver failure, unable to make it on to the transplantation list in Seattle.  Many patients with chronic Hepatitis C develop cirrhosis and ultimately suffer from liver failure, but treatment of the infection with anti-viral therapy can prevent this fate in many cases and is available in the Spokane area. 

I discovered that this infection can be treated in a primary care setting, and I have enjoyed learning the specialty skills and knowledge necessary to offer this treatment to our patients at CHAS.  It has been especially gratifying to offer new hope to people with Hepatitis C who are motivated to create a brighter, healthier future for themselves.

Meet Our Providers with Specialized Training

Dr. Emily Colgate
Areas of Focus
  • HIV/viral hepatitis (hep B and hep C) – fellowship at UMass
  • Suboxone/Addiction Medicine
  • Transgender care
  • Internal Medicine
  • UCSD BS biochemistry
  • University of Vermont MD

Dr. Amanda Oropeza
Areas of Focus
  • HIV medicine, Hepatitis B & C medicine
  • Transgender Health & Hormone Therapy
  • Addiction medicine including suboxone prescribing
  • Bryn Mawr College, BA in Anthropology
  • Jefferson Medical College, MD
  • University of California, Davis Family Medicine Residency

Letitia McCully
Areas of Focus
  • HIV Specialist (AAHIVS)
  • Transgender Care
  • Hepatitis C
  • University of Washington
    Medex Physician Assistant Training Program
  • Physician Assistant-Certified

CHAS Health Pharmacists Involved in Hepatitis C Treatment

Our clinical pharmacists play an important role in treating Hepatitis C successfully. CHAS Health is proud to have these professionals on staff to help our patients succeed in their treatment plan.

Dirk Fredekind
Dirk Fredekind
Lead Pharmacist
Maple Street Clinic
Kathryn Kayser
Kathryn Kayser
Maple Street Clinic
Dan Jensen
Dan Jensen
Valley Clinic
Sarah Ryan
Sarah Ryan
Valley Clinic

My dental work is excellent here. I am so happy."

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