COVID-19: New Protocols. Same Promise.

Our new normal is still putting your health and safety first.

COVID-19: Vaccine Updates

A COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for all patients ages 12+, including people who are pregnant and an additional dose for people who are immunocompromised. Learn more and find a vaccination clinic near you. 

Get the latest updates 

For additional recorded Coronavirus updates, dial 866-907-1066.

Safe In-Person & Virtual Appointments

Whether you need attention for something minor or major, we’ve put in place additional protocols to make sure you feel comfortable and confident every time you seek care.

If you are experiencing symptoms and are in need of additional COVID-19 screening, please call ahead to schedule an appointment for testing. Learn more about our tests.

We encourage everyone who is eligible and able to get the vaccine to do so. Call the Washington State Department of Health at 800-525-0127 or find a vaccination site near you

Get treatment for many common ailments from the comfort of your home with ExpressCare Virtual. Our board-certified health professionals can treat and diagnose by online video.

See a health care provider today at a convenient neighborhood urgent care clinic.

Telehealth (by video or telephone) and in-person visits can be scheduled with your provider. Schedule online or call your provider’s office to discuss your needs.

Updates from Swedish

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Important information and operational updates.

We’re here to help ensure your protection and well-being, every step of the way

Your Safety is Our Priority

Learn about our seven safety steps to protect your health, and ours, when you’re here with us.

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Join us as we respond to significant needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re also grateful for you. As a philanthropic supporter of Swedish, we consider you a partner in the vital work. Together we can help our community deal with this significant concern.

You can bolster our response to COVID-19 in many ways, including making a cash gift, donating medical supplies or food to nourish our hardworking caregivers or volunteering your time.


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