Seattle Center, Public Health–Seattle & King County, Kaiser Permanente, University of Washington and over 100 more partner organizations plus thousands of healthcare professional and community volunteers are putting on the Seattle/King County Clinic, a healthcare clinic offering a broad range of dental, vision and medical services free of charge to over 3,000 people in need.
WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 13 – Sunday, Feb. 16. The patient waiting area opens at 12:30 a.m. each day. Admission tickets are distributed starting at 5 a.m. Patient registration begins at 6:30 a.m.
WHERE: Seattle Center. Free parking in Mercer Street Parking Garage. The patient waiting area is located in Fisher Pavilion on the grounds of Seattle Center at 2nd Ave. N. and Thomas St. Clinic services are in Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Exhibition Hall and Cornish Playhouse.
There is still significant need in our region for acute and ongoing dental, vision and medical care. The Clinic offers a broad range of services from general and gynecological examinations to tooth extractions and fillings employing the spectrum of diagnostic and treatment
Equipment installed in Seattle Center facilities for the four-day clinic. The goal is to provide service to 3,000 patients over the four-day period, rendering the Clinic the largest event of its type ever produced in the State of Washington. Clinic entry is provided on a first come, first served basis. No identification or proof of immigration status is required. Each patient receives a free admission ticket for a maximum of two service areas each day (medical care and dental or vision).