We all know that the US healthcare system absolutely sucks. It’s unaffordable and inaccessible to many, especially here in Seattle. If you aren’t covered by insurance or are in need of a check-up and can’t afford it, there’s good news. The Seattle/King County Clinic, a giant free health clinic, is coming to Seattle Center & here’s when.

The Seattle/King County Clinic is bringing together healthcare organizations, civic agencies, non-profits, private businesses, and volunteers from across the State of Washington to produce a giant free health clinic at Seattle Center.

It’s a four-day volunteer-driven clinic that provides FREE dental, vision, and medical care to anyone in the region who struggles to access and/or afford healthcare.

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All are welcome at the clinic regardless of income, insurance, housing, or immigration status. Patients will not be asked for ID or documentation and interpreters will be available.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Patients cannot seek dental and vision care on the same day
  • A limited number of admission tickets are distributed, beginning at 5:30 AM, on a first-come, first-served basis (one ticket per person) in Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center
  • Patients may attend the clinic for multiple days, but must go through the ticket process each day
  • DO NOT attend if you are feeling sick
  • Masks are required

The next Seattle/King County Clinic will be held from April 27th to 30th at Seattle Center. You can visit Seattle Center’s website to learn more.