Our community clinic in Seattle's Central District provides medical, dental and mental health care for babies, children and teens in the city's central and southeast neighborhoods.
Services We Offer
Our team of doctors, nurses, social workers and medical assistants is specially trained to care for your child. We provide services ranging from routine check-ups to treatment for the most complex illnesses. Our clinic houses Seattle Children's Sickle Cell Disease Program. We offer Fit4you, a program dedicated to preventing or managing obesity. Our Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds program addresses concerns about children's behavior and helps them achieve their best in school. We also provide school-based care at our Garfield High School Teen Clinic and for students at First Place School and Morningsong Family Services.
Our Dental Clinic offers primary exams and treatment for children ages 12 months to 15 years. Our team of dentists, many with special training in working with children, provides check-ups, sealants, fillings and other care for your child's teeth and mouth. We also offer exams for children in Head Start programs.
We are proud to announce our new dental care video, "Making Healthy Smiles for a Lifetime." This three-minute video provides educational information for parents to prepare for their child's very first dental appointment. Parents will learn what to expect at the appointment, how to care for their child's teeth and gums and how oral health is connected to overall health.
Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Clinic
Our Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Clinic provides coordinated care for children and young people. Our team includes doctors, nurses, therapists and psychologists who have special training in caring for children. We provide a wide range of services, including psychological testing, individual and family therapy, parent training, evaluation of your child's medicines, and home and school visits.
Prepare for Your Visit
For information on visiting Children's clinics, please see Your Child's Clinic Visit.
How to Request Your Child's Medical Records
Parents and legal guardians may ask for release of their child's health information (medical records) by filling out a request form (PDF) and returning it to us. It usually takes 7 to 15 working days from the time we get your request to the day your child's records are delivered to you or to the person you authorize to receive them.
You may fax, mail or deliver them to the locations indicated on the form.
Other Regional Clinics
Visit Seattle Children's main contact page for a list of our regional specialty clinics.