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You want a doctor who knows you and your child. Someone who can follow your child’s physical, mental and emotional health as your child grows.

Your Everett Clinic team includes board-certified pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners. We offer complete medical care for your child including routine, acute (sudden and serious) and long-term problems, shots and school or sports physicals.

Take the time to choose a doctor you trust, and who will see your child for routine visits and well-child checks. Your primary care doctor can also refer you to pediatric specialists.

This symptom checker is designed to help you determine if your child needs to see a doctor. If you have any questions about the guidance it offers, call your pediatrician.* 

Learn more about current CDC guidelines for child vaccinations.

For problems like cuts, please call your nearest walk-in clinic.

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New and existing patients are welcome each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Find an available location below.

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Our specialties

  • We offer specialized care for children with ADHD at our Harbour Pointe (Mukilteo) and Marysville locations.

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  • We have specialists in allergy who care for children.  

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  • Asthma is a long-term problem with the tubes that carry air to the lungs. The inner lining of these tubes can swell, and the muscles around them can tighten, making them narrower. 

    Asthma can change over time; sometimes it may be worse, sometimes better. You may not always have symptoms. When asthma is well cared for, your child should be able to do everything someone without asthma can do.

    Symptoms of asthma include:

    • Wheezing
    • Coughing, especially at night
    • Shortness of breath
    • Tightness in the chest

    Learn more about pediatric asthma

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  • It’s normal for children to have challenges. But normal problems can turn into ongoing struggles that affect every part of your child's life. We offer both short- and long-term care to help your child overcome these challenges. 

    Signs that your child needs professional support:

    • Won’t go to school
    • Getting into trouble at school
    • Disorganized or does poorly at school
    • Being teased or bullied
    • Trouble making or keeping friends
    • Overly angry
    • Won’t follow rules or ignores you
    • Grouchy or withdrawn from family and friends

    Parents are welcome to join their children in their counseling sessions.

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  • We have specialists in heart and blood vessel care for children age 15 and older.

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  • Behavioral health issues can start in childhood. If a child doesn't get the care they need, behavioral health issues could follow them into adulthood.

    Depression and anxiety (worrying more than normal) can cause problems in school or social isolation. Behavioral health issues can even lead to suicide.

    Our collaborative care program can be an extra tool to help if your child or teen struggles with their behavioral health.

    With our collaborative care program, your doctor works closely with a care manager and behavioral health specialist on a care team. Your care team makes sure your child gets the right care. Your care team also watches for any behavioral health changes in your child.  

    Your child will get the best results by taking an active role in their care. This approach puts your child at the center of their care.

    Your child can ask questions, raise concerns and say what is and isn't working at every step. Your care team gives your child extra support to help them reach their health goals. 

    What to expect:

    During your child’s visit with their doctor, they can expect screenings and conversations to look for issues like depression or anxiety. 

    Your child's doctor may talk about our collaborative care program. If your child's doctor brings up the program, they will make a note of it in your child's health record. The collaborative care program will also be told. 

    If the collaborative care program is right for your child, a care manager will sign them up. A care manager may see your child to talk about the program at the same time as their doctor appointment. 

    A care manager can also help with your child's overall care, including tracking medicine and making care decisions. 

    Our collaborative care program can support patients on state-funded insurance and those who need short-term support. Talk to your doctor and your health plan to find out what's best for your child. 

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  • We specialize in caring for newborns, infants and children with problems with the skin, hair or nails.

    Skin disease may affect children differently. Some skin diseases are more common in children or only happen in children.

    Some of the skin problems we care for are:

    • Acne
    • Alopecia (hair loss) 
    • Atopic dermatitis (also called eczema)
    • Birthmarks (congenital moles a child is born with, port-wine stains, hemangiomas and laser therapy for them)
    • Psoriasis (dry, scaly skin rash)
    • Contact dermatitis (skin that becomes itchy, red, sore or swollen after touching an allergen)
    • Skin infections like warts, molluscum (bumpy skin caused by a virus), and impetigo (red, crusty sores around the nose and mouth)
    • Vitiligo (patches of skin or hair that turn white)

    We have pediatric dermatology clinics at our Everett and Bothell locations.

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  • The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests developmental screening for children at 9, 18 and 24 months old. This screening is complete. It helps your doctor to determine the proper care to help your child grow up healthy and strong.

    Most plans cover the screening. If you have any questions about your child’s screening, please talk to your doctor.

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  • Pediatric ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists have a broad range of knowledge in caring for children. It's not uncommon for children to need to visit an ENT doctor as the tonsils and adenoids get bigger.

    Our surgeons do a high volume of pediatric ENT surgery, resulting in smooth, safe surgeries. And scheduling is easy.

    Our outpatient surgery center is well-equipped and is a soothing, calm space well-suited for our littlest patients. And our skilled staff delivers the sensitive care that children and their families need.

    Our doctors can deliver unique medical and surgical solutions for these problems and others:

    • Recurring sore throat
    • Voice disorders 
    • Congenital cosmetic concerns
    • Neck masses
    • Recurring ear infections
    • Hearing loss
    • Nasal congestion
    • Enlarged tonsils and adenoids
    • Obstructive sleep apnea

    Services offered:

    • Sinus surgery 
    • Cosmetic surgery
    • Tongue tie release
    • Tonsillectomy
    • Adenoidectomy
    • Myringotomy with tubes (ear tubes)
    • Turbinate reduction (reducing the ridges on the wall inside the nose)
    • Thyroglossal duct cyst removal (removal of a soft nodule in the skin along the upper neck)
    • Branchial cleft cyst removal (removal of a lump on one or both sides of a child's neck)
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  • We have specialists who care for children.

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  • We can check for:

    • Ear wax
    • Cholesteatoma (cyst inside the ear)
    • Hearing loss
    • Fluid in ears
    • Dizziness and balance problems
    • Ear fullness
    • Draining ear
    • Recurring ear infections

    We offer these services:

    • Hearing test
    • Wax removal
    • Myringotomy (surgery to help fluid drain from the middle ear)
    • Pressure equalization tubes
    • Tympanoplasty (surgery to repair the ear drum)
    • Mastoidectomy (surgery to remove cells in the skull behind the ear)
    • Ossicular chain reconstruction (middle ear bone surgery)
    • Stapedectomy (removal of excess bone that causes hearing loss)
    • Vestibular testing (testing of the part of the ear that helps with balance)
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  • We care for children age 18 and under with nonmalignant (not cancerous) hematologic disease (blood diseases), including:

    • Nonmalignant blood disorders                                
    • A family history of abnormal clotting or bleeding
    • Anemia (a problem with your blood in which you don’t get enough oxygen)
    • Problems with unusual bleeding (such as frequent or long nosebleeds and easy bruising)
    • Thalassemia trait (a problem in which a person inherits part of the genes that keep the body from getting enough oxygen)
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  • We have specialists in mind, body and spirit care for children.

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  • Emily Waight, ARNP, IBCLC, is a pediatric nurse practitioner and board-certified lactation consultant.  

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  • We have specialists in neurology care for children.

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  • We have eye specialists who care for children.

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  • We have orthopedic specialists who care for children. 

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  • We offer physical therapy for children from birth through age 18. We have a complete outpatient physical therapy center with equipment for children.

    We help children with the following medical problems:

    • Torticollis (problems with the angle of the head or neck)
    • Plagiocephaly (a flat spot on the head)
    • Problems with mental abilities
    • Problems from fractures (breaks) or surgery
    • Brain and nerve system problems
    • Spinal cord injury or brain injury problems
    • Problems caused by a brain tumor (cancerous or noncancerous growth)

    We’re able to see patients multiple times per week. We partner with a local pool so that we can offer water therapy to our patients.

    We take most insurances, including Molina and Group Health.

    We’re able to give patients medical records for any follow-up appointments at Seattle Children’s Hospital. 

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  • We have podiatry specialists who care for children.

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  • A sports physical helps determine whether it’s safe for your child to play sports. Children in Washington state must have sports physicals. For the exact rules, check with your school district.

    At The Everett Clinic, our pediatric department includes the sports physical in the yearly well-child exam.

    Schedule your child’s sports physical at least six weeks before the start of the sports season. This will give enough time for paperwork and any follow-up to take place. 

    There are two parts to a sports physical: Medical history and physical exam. 

    The medical history will include questions such as:

    • Heart health history and symptoms
    • Illnesses your child had when they were younger
    • Allergies
    • Current medications
    • Serious illness in the family
    • Prior injuries and surgeries

    The physical exam will include checking:

    • Vision
    • Weight and height
    • Blood pressure and pulse
    • Heart, lung, abdomen (middle of the body), ear, nose and throat
    • Posture, joints (where two bones meet) and flexibility

    To schedule an appointment: 

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  • We have specialists in sports medicine for children. We can help your child heal from sports-related injuries.

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