Restaurant Killed by COVID Resurfaces as Health Clinic in Pasco
In May 2020 we saw the "for sale" signs go up in the windows, now just over two years later, it's resurfaced as a health clinic near the corner of Burden and Road 68 in Pasco.
Former Cousin's Restaurant at Burden and Road 68 becomes clinic.
The Tri-City Area Journal of Business is reporting the former Cousin's building is now a HealthFirst Urgent Care facility.
The Journal reports two doctors, Drs. Prabhjot “Jyoti” Kahlon and Janmeet “Rocky” Sahota, are operating the facility. They previously opened another HealthFirst facility at Columbia Point in Richland in 2020.
The Journal reports the building in Pasco was purchased at a cost of $2.3 million in March of 2021. Conversion and makeover work began after that.
Cousins' was the 'first' Tri-City landmark business to be a victim of COVID
Many recall the demise of Cousins, it was the first of the standout landmark Tri-City businesses to close due to Gov. Inslee's COVID mandates.
According to the TCAJOB, the new HealthFirst clinic will treat a wide variety of ailments including colds, flu, scrapes, cuts, and even broken bones.
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