When you visit our Clinics, you will be required to wear a mask. The Everett Clinic supports universal masking and is following the state wide mandate. Masks are required at all Everett Clinic locations and we will not provide masking exemption letters or waivers for any patients, regardless of age or medical condition.
Surgical Masks Only
The safety of our community, patients, and you are our top priority. When you enter any Everett Clinic location you will be asked to wear a fresh surgical mask. These masks will be provided by the clinic you are visiting. If you visit wearing any other type of facial covering, you will be asked to replace the one you are wearing or place the provided surgical mask on top of your own mask. If you do not want to wear the surgical mask provided you will not be able to enter the building. You will have the option of scheduling a virtual care visit or to wait in your vehicle until we are ready to see you. If you are accompanying a child who is unable to wear a mask, you will be asked to wait in your vehicle until the time of the appointment.
Why are we doing this?
Recently, we have seen a rise in our patients using masks that may not be effective. These types of face coverings include mesh masks, masks that are visibly soiled, and cloth bandanas. We always look to go above and beyond to provide an environment committed to keep our community, patients and teammates safe.
COVID-19 testing is by appointment only. Learn more.
Visitor Limitation Policy
One parent or guardian may accompany a minor or child
One caregiver may accompany a patient with cognitive limitations or disability
One caregiver may accompany a patient with physical limitations
No siblings of a patient unless they have an appointment
No visitors with a fever, cough, or breathing problems
Interpreters would meet the criteria for this policy and will be allowed to accompany patients. Patients with visitors that don’t meet the above criteria will be asked to have their visitors wait in the car. We appreciate your understanding.
Get Virtual Care 7 Days a Week - Call 425-257-1400
Virtual care is a simple, safe, and secure way for you to talk with your provider and care team without having to come into the Clinic. You’ll receive the same high-quality care that you would during a regular in-person office visit.
A scheduled appointment is required for a virtual visit. Call 425-257-1400 to schedule a visit with your provider through a secure video on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, or by telephone. Available 7 days a week. During the call, you will receive instructions on downloading our video visit application (VSee) if you are scheduled for a video visit.
Select the department below to find the waiting room for your scheduled virtual visit.
A scheduled appointment is required for a virtual visit. Call 425-257-1400.
It’s easy to get started!
With VSee Clinic, you can have a video visit with your provider from the comfort of your home, using video chat to see and speak with each other.If you have any questions about how to access a video visit, please contact your provider's office directly. We are standing by, ready to help you easily and quickly get connected! Learn more.
Do you need a translator or language service?
Request language assistance when you schedule your visit.
Interpreters are provided at no charge.
Additionally, Washington Relay (dial 711) is a free phone service.