People in need of dental, medical, and vision services may receive them free of charge at the largest free health clinic ever organized in the state of Washington.
Now in its third year, Seattle/King County Clinic brings together over 100 healthcare organizations, civic agencies, nonprofit entities, private businesses, and thousands of volunteers to help underserved and vulnerable populations.
The health clinic will be held from Oct. 27 to Oct. 30 at Seattle’s KeyArena.
Patients will receive treatment on a first-come, first-served basis. They will need to register as they enter and they do not need to show identification or proof of citizenship.
Patients may park for free in the First Ave. North or Mercer Street parking garages at Seattle Center.
Patients may seek services in up to two areas per day, but they are not able to seek care in both dental and vision in one day. They may return to the Clinic on other days for additional services.
More information is available at seattlecenter.org/patients.
The licensed healthcare professionals and general support volunteers who staff the Clinic donate their time and expertise. Over the past two years, the Clinic has cared for 7,400 patients and provided $6.1 million in services.
To volunteer for work shifts, go to seattlecenter.org/volunteers.
Donations are accepted at seattlecenter.org.