Seattle Children’s has a new Emergency or Urgent Care? Referral Guide (PDF) to help providers determine whether to refer a patient to Seattle Children’s Emergency Department or to one of our Urgent Care Clinics.
The guide includes a list of conditions, and where patients with those conditions should be seen. It also includes information the Emergency Department and Urgent Care Clinic staff need when you call, as well as diagnostics, pharmacy and staffing information.
Our Urgent Care Clinics page conveniently lists hours and wait times for each clinic, so you can give your patients and families an idea of how quickly they can be seen.
To refer a patient to Seattle Children’s Emergency Department or an Urgent Care Clinic, call the Communications Center at 206-987-8899.
Seattle Children’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health has revised its referral process for the Program to Evaluate Attention, Regulation, and Learning (PEARL); Mood and Anxiety Disorders (MAP); and Early Childhood (ECC) Clinics. While the clinics have historically accepted self-referrals, they will now only accept referrals from Seattle Children’s and primary care providers.
Find referral information for each clinic on our website.
The Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics will host the 13th Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference July 21–22, 2017. This year’s theme is “The Cutting Edge: Ethical Controversies in Pediatric Surgery.”
Join a distinguished group of bioethicists for challenging and illuminating presentations and discussions exploring the complex questions this topic raises. Abstracts must be submitted by May 5.
To learn more and to register, visit the Pediatric Bioethics Conference website.
Please join us Saturday, April 8, for this highly practical course that will provide the most current information on best practices for common otolaryngology issues seen in primary care. The format for each topic includes a panel of experts presenting cases with an interactive discussion of best practices for diagnosis and management.
Join Seattle Children’s physician Dr. Cora Breuner for a session on preventing provider fatigue.
For Provider Grand Rounds information, visit our Grand Rounds page.
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Provider-to-Provider Consultation (providers only) 206-987-7777 877-985-4637, option 4 (toll-free)
Referral Questions (providers only) 206-987-2080
Emergency Department Communication Center/Neonatal and Pediatric Transport (providers only) 206-987-8899 866-987-8899 (toll-free)
Seattle Children's Hospital 206-987-2000 866-987-2000 (toll-free)
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