Pullman Regional Hospital

Family Medicine Residency Center

About the Family Medicine Residency Center

The Family Medicine Residency Center is a full-service primary care clinic. Patients are seen by resident physicians and attending physicians, Dr. Drue Webb and Dr. Molly Thompson. Patients can feel supported through longer appointment times, chronic disease management for things like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and COPD, comprehensive obstetrics and women's health care, preventative care, pediatrics, and sports medicine. 
The Family Medicine Residency Center is part of the Family Medicine Residency Program,  a partnership between Pullman Regional Hospital and Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. 
Operating Hours: Monday-Friday,  8am-5pm

Our services

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

The Family Medicine Residency Center offers point of care testing and phlebotomy services including:

  • Blood draws
  • Rapid strep tests
  • Influenza A & B testing
  • Pregnancy testing (urine)
  • Blood glucose testing
  • Urinalysis
  • Mono testing
  • Microcopy

The Family Medicine Residency Center is dedicated to providing inclusive, compassionate care. LGBTQ+ services include:

  • Gender affirming care
  • Hormone therapies
  • Referrals for surgeries 

The Family Medicine Residency Center team will be with you from pre-conception to delivery. We offer comprehensive maternity care including:

  • 24-hour access to physicians by phone
  • Pre-pregnancy counseling and exams
  • Pregnancy tests (urine)
  • Prenatal care
  • Pediatric circumcision 

The Family Medicine Residency Center can provide comprehensive birth control options including:

  • Recommendations on birth control options
  • Prescription birth control
  • IUD insertion
  • IUD removal
  • Nexplanon insertion
  • Nexplanon removal

The Family Medicine Residency Center can do a variety of in-office skin procedures including:

  • Skin abscesses
  • Skin biopsies
  • Removal of skin tags
  • Pediatric circumcision

The Family Medicine Residency Center can do a variety of in-office surgeries and procedures including: 

  • EKGs
  • Pilonidal cysts
  • Foreign body removal
  • Removal of ingrown or deformed nail
  • Destruction of lesions
  • Joint injections
  • Tendon/ligament injections
  • Plantar Fasciitis injections
  • Aspiration Ganglion Cysts
  • Anoscopy
  • Audiograms
  • Frenotomy
  • Cryosurgery
  • Nasal cautery
  • Bartholin Cysts
  • Biopsy of uterine lining
  • Biopsy of cervical lesion
  • Colposcopy with biopsy
  • Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) with scope
  • Cryo of cervical lesion

The Family Medicine Residency Center will administer COVID-19 tests by appointment only. 

You do not have to be an established patient to seek out these testing services.


Our Family Medicine Attending Physicians

Drue WebbPhilosophy of Care: I believe in patient-centered care. My job is to provide the patient with information and recommendations to help guide them in decisions regarding their healthcare. My main goal is to keep my patients as healthy as possible in ways that make sense for each individual.

Personal Interests: I love being outdoors and enjoy pretty much every outdoor sport. Being outdoors also allows me to dabble in photography, which is one of my favorite hobbies. I take advantage of every opportunity I can to bake and love learning to cook new dishes. I love music and have been working on my eclectic record collection.

Why did you decide to become a Family Medicine MD: I initially started working in research. I have always enjoyed science, but I found myself wanting to be more directly involved in the lives of the people I was trying to help. Family medicine provided an opportunity to help others and become a part of their lives in a unique way.

Additional Information: After completing my undergraduate degree, I pursued a master's degree in microbiology and immunology. I worked in cancer research before starting my medical degree.

Education: Colorado State University - Bachelors of Science in Microbiology and Biochemistry

University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill - Masters of Science in Microbiology and Immunology

Michigan State University College of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine

McKay-Dee Family Medicine Residency - Ogden, UT

Dr- Molly Thompson-HeadshotPhilosophy of care: I believe team-based healthcare is the most effective as it allows us to work together towards common goals.  My role on that team is to make sure that I have provided data and given my recommendations so that each person is able to make informed decisions that fit best for their lives. I believe we can be happier and healthier if we work together to find solutions that are specifically individualized for each patient.  

Personal Interests: My happy place is out in the woods with my husband and our dogs. Gardening is a past time I truly enjoy although the transition to Pullman soil from my home Iowa soil has been…a learning curve. I enjoy multiple sports with volleyball being my favorite. I love trying new foods and exploring the world through my stomach! When I am not outside or traveling, I can be found in my favorite corner of the couch watching terrible reality television.  

Why did you decide to become a Family Medicine MD: I decided to pursue medicine while on a college research trip to the Dominican Republic where I was studying water quality. I found myself drawn to the people that needed medical attention and I knew that I wanted to serve by providing medical care in my future. From there, I explored multiple specialties in medical school, but most of all, I continued to desire the life-long relationships that Family Medicine provided. I was interested in all people, at all stages, so knew Family Medicine fit me best.  

Additional Information: I grew up on a small pig farm in Iowa. Perhaps because of my childhood, I am passionate about preserving the environment and caring for animals. My “thinking spot” when I was a child was in the back field by the creek (which I pronounce “crick”) that was often home to beavers, turtles, deer, and crawdads.   

Education: Creighton University - Bachelors of Science in Biology with Minor in Medical Anthropology

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine 

John Peter Smith Family Medicine Residency - Fort Worth, TX

Our Resident Physicians

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