Free Health Services - Seattle/King County Clinic


Free Medical, Dental, and Vision Care at the Seattle/King County Clinic  
Healthcare organizations, civic agencies, non-profits, private businesses, and volunteers from around the region are collaborating in an effort to provide quality care for those in underserved and vulnerable populations.

The free health clinic will be hosted for four days at Key Arena in Seattle Center.  A full range of medical, dental, and vision services are offered-including but not limited to dental fillings and extractions, complete eye exams, free prescription eyeglasses, mammograms, Pap smears, flu vaccine, and foot care.  There are no qualifying requirements.  The Seattle/King County Clinic is the largest clinic of its kind within the state and is hoping to make its third year successful!  Please visit the links below for more information.

When: Thursday, Oct. 27 – Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016

Where: Key Arena at Seattle Center, 401 1st Ave N Seattle, WA 98109

Volunteers needed – Volunteer healthcare professionals and volunteers in non-medical support roles are needed.  Volunteers can work one or all four days.  For more information, including instructions on how to register, please visit

Patient outreach – Everyone is welcome, but the Seattle/King County Clinic focuses on providing services to those who are uninsured or underinsured, immigrant and refugee communities, and people experiencing homelessness.  Detailed information about the clinic, including flyers in 12 languages, is available at


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