We work closely with other healthcare providers to provide high-quality medical care for children in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
Seattle Children’s doctors and nurses hold outreach clinics in pulmonology, nephrology and rheumatology at the Alaska Native Medical Center. The center serves children and their families who are either Alaska Natives or American Indians living in Alaska.
Seattle Children’s doctors hold neurology clinics at PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center.
We work with Providence Alaska Medical Center to bring our specialists in several medical fields to Anchorage, saving children and their families the time, expense and stress of extended travel.
In collaboration with the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, Seattle Children’s experts provide services in neurology at Juneau Medical Center. At Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in Sitka, our specialists in neurology and cardiology see children and their families.
Seattle Children’s provides clinical services in genetics and neurodevelopmental throughout the state of Alaska. Learn more about the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Section of Women’s, Children’s and Family Health.
In collaboration with the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation, Seattle Children’s doctors specializing in cardiology, pulmonary medicine and neurology make occasional visits to care for children in Bethel.
Seattle Children’s doctors and nurses who are experts in gastroenterology, general surgery, nephrology, neurology, rheumatology and urology hold clinics in Missoula at Community Medical Center.
In collaboration with the Great Falls Clinic, Seattle Children’s doctors and nurses in nephrology provide services to children and their families. Seattle Children’s also provides cancer (oncology) support services, such as education and training, clinical materials, tumor board participation and nursing liaison services.
In Billings, our doctors and nurses hold clinics in nephrology and neurology at St. Vincent Health Care.
Outside of Seattle
Our doctors provide care for children while they are patients at Evergreen Hospital Medical Center in Kirkland. They are available 24 hours a day to care for newborns through teens who are staying in the hospital.
We work with Franciscan Health System at St. Joseph Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital to provide care for critically ill babies.
Seattle Children’s doctors provide neonatology services, diagnostic services in pediatric cardiology and medical direction for pediatric inpatient medicine services at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland. Seattle Children’s nurses also provide pediatric education programs for nurses at Kadlec.
Seattle Children’s provides cardiac surgical services for children in the region at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center. The Seattle Children’s and Mary Bridge Children’s Regional Cardiac Surgery Program expands pediatric cardiac services to children in the Puget Sound region.
We work with Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue to provide care for newborn babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Seattle Children’s at Overlake is located in the Overlake Medical Tower on the medical center's campus.
In partnership with Providence Everett, we operate the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at the Everett medical center and work closely with Providence Everett's doctors. Our doctors are available 24 hours a day to care for newborns through teens who are staying in the hospital. Seattle Children’s Everett, our regional clinic, is located on the campus of Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.
Seattle Children's is working with Providence St. Peter in Olympia to provide pediatric care 24 hours a day, seven days a week, as part of our pediatric hospitalist program. Pediatric hospitalists care for hospitalized patients and work with the child's regular pediatrician and other providers involved in the child's care to provide updates during the hospital stay and an overview with the child is discharged from the hospital.
Seattle Children’s provides pediatric care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as part of our pediatric hospitalist program at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon. Pediatric hospitalists care for hospitalized patients and work with the child’s regular pediatrician and other providers involved in the child’s care to provide updates during the hospital stay and an overview when the child is discharged from the hospital.
Seattle Children’s Hospital provides clinical services in genetics throughout the Washington State Department of Health.
Since 1997, Children’s Village has served children in the Yakima area who have special healthcare or developmental needs. Our specialists hold outreach clinics at Children's Village facilities in both Yakima and Sunnyside.
Seattle Children’s enjoys close relationships with several of our neighboring medical institutions. Together, we're working to advance research, improve education and provide the best care for our patients.
Scientists and humanitarians at Fred Hutch work to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, HIV/AIDS and other diseases.
Harborview Medical Center, owned by King County and managed by the University of Washington, is one of our region's most comprehensive healthcare facilities.
Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s have consolidated their medical oncology and hematology clinical-care programs into the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).
Seattle Children’s is the primary teaching, clinical and research site for the University of Washington School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics.