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The Everett Clinic reopens select in-person care appointments for primary, specialty, and surgical care May 5. Call your providers office to make an appointment. Read more about In-Person Care Now Open. New Patients Welcome.
If you are a patient of The Everett Clinic and have a smartphone, you may receive a text message from Vivify, an associated healthcare team that we are partnering with, inviting you to enroll in the Vivify COVID screening. The Everett Clinic and Vivify are working together to deliver care in patients' homes. The text message will ask you to download an application on your smartphone that will allow regular screenings for COVID-19 symptoms and provide ongoing updates regarding COVID-19 care.
You can now get care from the comfort and safety of your home. We are offering video visits to make care happen on your time and in your space. Read more about See us from the comfort of home: Schedule a virtual visit
COVID-19 is impacting how we all live, work, and stay healthy. There is a lot of information about this virus, often changing rapidly. The Everett Clinic is here to help you navigate this crisis and help keep you and your family healthy.
In accordance with public health guidance, we’ve made some important changes to our clinic operations to keep you and our staff safe. Read more about Changes to upcoming clinic visits
Beginning Saturday, March 14, 2020, we have a policy in place limiting visitors accompanying patients who are coming to our clinical sites for care. Read more about Visitor limitation policy begins March 14
Should I cancel my appointment if I am healthy?
We understand your concern. We are screening everyone entering any Everett Clinic location for symptoms and taking appropriate action. We're implementing measures to keep our patients and staff safe. If you're feeling healthy, we encourage you to keep your appointment.
What if I need to cancel my appointment due to symptoms?
On February 26, a patient presented at Silver Lake Clinic with viral symptoms that were non-specific. The individual was immediately masked and put into a private room, and had influenza, strep and blood tests performed. Health care personnel entering the room wore appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment). The patient was stable and was discharged to home. The patient had been initially evaluated in another facility and samples from that evaluation were submitted to the CDC, which led to the diagnosis. Read more about Coronavirus case identified in Everett
The Everett Clinic is proud to welcome the following new providers in February to our primary and specialty care teams. They are pleased to welcome you to their practice and provide your care. Read more about February 2020 New Providers
Patient appointment reminder letters for visits between February 3 through February 13 were sent out in spanish. This is a known error and patients do not need to take additional action.
The Everett Clinic, part of Optum, has taken a number of steps to prepare for the novel (new) coronavirus that originated last month in central China.
The new virus was officially reported by the World Health Organization on Jan. 9. The virus, which has symptoms similar to pneumonia, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath, and in some cases can cause death, is being closely monitored by world health officials. Read more about Coronavirus: What you need to know
The Everett Clinic has a long-standing history of a commitment to quality and excellence in the care we deliver to our patients. Our oncology department is no different. Read more about Everett Clinic Oncology, a commitment to quality
The Everett Clinic is pleased to welcome six new new providers to our primary and specialty care teams. They are pleased to welcome you to their practice and provide your care. Read more about January New Everett Clinic Providers