We’ve made some changes to our walk-in clinics to help protect our patients, staff and the community.
Until further notice, Everett-Central Walk-In Clinic will only be seeing patients with acute illnesses, meaning cough, fever, cold/flu and COVID symptoms.
Starting April 27, 2020, Lynnwood Walk-In Clinic will change back to providing general walk-in and outpatient services
For other walk-in care assistance, we will do our best to make a same day appointment at a clinic near you. Please call our main line at (425)789-3789.
** Please note that due to the limited amount of testing supplies for COVID19, we cannot guarantee you will be tested during your visit.
Community Health Care Center of Snohomish provides medical walk-in services in all of our locations. Our team of physicians can take care of patients of all ages without the need for a prior appointment. We deliver high-quality, affordable wellness consultations, diagnostics, and treatments for common ailments.
At the same time, we can deliver medical care for minor wounds an injuries, provide vaccinations, and refer patients to a specialist whenever necessary.
Identifying the Need for Immediate Care
Although work and school are important, it’s also crucial to find medical assistance if you’re not feeling well. Folks who decide to power through the discomfort can end up making their symptoms worse, and finding a doctor early on can prevent this from happening.
If you’re experiencing prolonged or intense discomfort, you should consult with a medical professional as soon as possible. Our medical walk-in clinic accepts patients without an appointment, so get in touch with us today or come by one of our locations for immediate assistance.
Medical Walk-In Assessment, Diagnostic and Treatment
At the Community Health Center of Snohomish County, our medical professionals have all the equipment necessary to assess, diagnose, and treat your conditions effectively.
Not only this but thanks to the number of different specialists in our practice, we can take different angles to an issue and provide alternatives that help you make the fastest recovery possible. We can treat a variety of conditions that include trauma-related injuries, serious diseases, and mental health conditions.
Common Illnesses and Injuries Treated During a Walk-In
There are many healthcare issues that may seem minor, but can greatly affect your ability to perform your job and other activities. These include:
- Infections of all kinds
- Joint and muscle aching
- Cuts and bruises
- Conjunctivitis, which is commonly referred to as “pink eye”
- Respiratory complications such as asthma
- Mild allergic reactions
- Ear pain
- Sprains and sports injuries
- Sports injuries
- Minor cuts or lacerations
If you or a loved one is experiencing one of the scenarios listed above, seek medical attention right away. Our team of physicians can ensure you get the assistance you need, so come by one of our clinics where you can receive medical attention without calling in.
Find a Walk-In Clinic You Can Trust
Finding immediate medical assistance can help relieve common ailments and allow you to continue with your regular lifestyle as early as possible. If you’re looking for a medical walk-in clinic, get in touch with Community Health Center of Snohomish or visit one of our convenient locations and we’ll be glad to help.
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Closed only Thanksgiving and Christmas for Holidays