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Seattle/King County Free Medical Clinic

Head to the Seattle Center April 27–30 for free dental, vision and medical care

Author Kari Hanson

Published on: April 14, 2023

Doctor examining a young boy who is smiling and sitting on his mother's lap

Accessing medical care can be complicated and expensive, to say the least. To help increase access, the Seattle/King County Clinic is offering a free clinic April 27–30, 2023.

The clinic brings together health-care organizations, civic agencies, nonprofits, private business and volunteers to produce a large-scale free health clinic at the Seattle Center. The clinic offers free dental, vision and medical care to anyone who struggles to access or afford health care. You do not have to be a resident of Seattle or King County to access services at the clinic. 

There are no reservations, but a free admission ticket is required. Only one ticket will be given to each person, and you must be present when your ticket number is called. The line for tickets will be located inside the Fisher Pavilion on the Seattle Center campus.

Tickets will be distributed starting at 5:30 a.m. each day, and the clinic will open at 6:30 a.m. It is recommended to get in line early (Fisher Pavilion is well-lighted and has heat and restrooms). You can find more information about tickets and other frequently asked questions here

If you go ...

When: April 27–30, 2023

Where: Fisher Pavilion on the Seattle Center campus, on the corner of Second Avenue North and Lenny Wilkens Way, Seattle.

Services provided: Dental, vision and medical care

Cost: Free. All health-care practitioners at the clinic are volunteers, and they provide their services without compensation.

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