Seattle Children’s North Clinic Quietly Opens In North Everett

August 15, 2018

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The clinic is on 13th street in north Everett.

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The check in area is open and inviting.

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A family room where kids and parents can relax before their appointment.

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No more trips to Seattle for imaging.

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Ophthalmology program provides complete, coordinated diagnosis and treatment of pediatric eye disorders.

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Extensive study went into making the artwork on the walls soothing for the patients.

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Natural light also plays a big role throughout the new clinic.

The big community open house happens next month on Saturday September 15th but today Seattle Children’s North Clinic quietly opened to the public at 1815 13th street just north of Providence Regional Medical Center. To be clear the two operations are separate entities.

“We don’t do emergency or primary care,” said David Stolte, director of North Sound Regional Clinics. “We compliment, not compete.”

The new 37,000 square foot clinic will provide services in more than 18 pediatric specialties, including audiology, cardiology, ophthalmology, rehabilitation and sports therapy.

Seattle Children’s first broke ground on the facility in May of 2017. The new clinic cost twenty eight million dollars and will replace smaller clinics in Mill Creek and over at the Providence Pacific campus. Those clinics closed on August 10th.

At the new facility they have 21 standard exam rooms and another 10 for specialty care. They expect to see 26,500 patients in the first year, doubling what Everett and Mill Creek have been able to handle combined.

“We’re excited that people in the north end no longer have to battle traffic to go to Seattle for services,” Stolte told MyEverettNews.com during a recent tour. “We have our own radiology department right here and can do fetal echoes and other testing that used to require a trip to Seattle.”

They expect to draw patients from north Seattle to the Canadian border. Stolte emphasized this is urgent care and not emergency care. They are not open 24 hours a day.

So how to determine when its appropriate to bring a child to Children’s or take them to the Emergency Room?

One thing to remember is Urgent Care is not intended for emergencies, but is appropriate for minor illnesses and injuries. Non life-threatening, non surgical.

Check out this printable pdf to see some examples.

Emergencies vs. Urgent Care

Seattle Children’s North Clinic in Everett Urgent Care Hours:

Open 7 days a week, including holidays

Monday through Friday: 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

To learn more about the Seattle Children’s North Clinic in Everett, Washington, see the services offered or get directions check out their website here.

Above are some MyEverettNews.com photos from a recent tour.

Click on the photo to enlarge.



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My Everett News is a hyperlocal news website featuring breaking news and events in Everett, WA. We also cover City of Everett information and items of interest to those who live and work in Everett. It's written by Leland Dart a former Snohomish County based radio reporter born and raised in Everett.

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