Downtown Public Health Center
2124 - 4th Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Health care services
Adult health care clinic
Services include medical care when you are sick, care for on-going problems and chronic diseases, check-ups and screenings for hidden diseases like cancer, and vaccination against disease. Family Medicine doctors and Nurse Practitioners take care of adults.
Child health care clinic (Pediatrics)
Services include medical care when your child is sick, well child check-ups, immunizations (shots against disease); checks on your child's health, growth and development. Children receive care from pediatricians.
Children with Special Health Care Needs
Assist in planning and obtaining medical care and other resources for the child with a disability or a condition that may prevent normal growth and development.
Call the Downtown Dental Clinic at 206- 205-0577 for more information and to make an appointment.
- Homeless teens and adults (ages 13 and up).
Downtown Family Medicine
Residents and faculty from Swedish Family Practice Residency program and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners provide primary health care for adults and families at Downtown Public Health Center.
Office visit with a nurse to verify pregnancy, determine medical risk and financial status, and refer to appropriate prenatal services, including to DSHS for medical coupons, health care provider for maternity care, appropriate site for maternity support services and WIC Supplemental Food Program.
Provides a variety of services for a diverse population of pregnant and parenting women who have low incomes. The focus of service is to improve health care access for women and their families by encouraging prenatal care, substance abuse treatment, stable housing and reduction in the risk of infant death.
OB services screening
Phone: 206-477-8250; Fax: 206-205-8044
Specific hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00 pm (Pharmacy is closed daily for lunch from 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm)
Prenatal care during pregnancy
Comprehensive OB care for pregnant women. Services include medical care during pregnancy, delivery, and post-partum care after delivery. Family Medicine doctors take care of pregnant women.
Provides health screening and interpretation for newly arrived refugees.
Traveling outside the country? Our Travel Clinic can provide the vaccines you need for your travel itinerary. Make an appointment to be seen by a Public Health Nurse by calling 206-477-8222.
Women, Infants and Children nutrition program (WIC)
WIC is a supplemental food program for women who are pregnant or breast feeding, infants and children.
Available at this location to those who qualify.
Public Health Application Workers can assist you over the phone or in person with filling out a medical application or a form.
Interpreter services for Spanish-speaking clients
Interpreter services are available to limited or non-English speaking clients by appointment for public health services. Call 206-477-0607.
Maternity Support Services (MSS) and Infant Case Management (ICM)
MSS helps pregnant women find health insurance, local doctors or midwives and other community resources to support a healthy pregnancy. The ICM program provides support and referral to needed medical, social, educational and other resources in your community so that your baby and family can thrive.