Need directions? Wondering when siblings, family and friends can visit? Looking for hospital services like an interpreter? We have quick answers to your most immediate questions.
Here are ways to help family and friends stay connected during your child’s hospital stay:
Learn about insurance requirements, referrals and more before scheduling an appointment.
Guest Services can help arrange a place to stay and transportation, and provide other neighborhood and other resources for your visit.
In the Family Resource Center, find health information, take a shower, do laundry, enjoy a quiet moment in our family lounge or use the Internet to stay connected.
Child Life works directly with you and your child to help them relieve tension, express concerns and fears and feel more in control about their visit.
Spiritual Care provides crisis and spiritual support, and serves all faith traditions and cultures. Social Work has skilled counselors who get resources for your family during your visit. Interpreter Services provides free interpreters for Deaf and hard-of-hearing and non–English-speaking families.
Billing and Financial Assistance can answer questions about your bill and how to get help paying it. You can also pay your bill online or apply for financial assistance.
Contact us when you need copies of your child’s health information.
In This Issue: Winter 2017
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Health insurance changes may affect your child’s coverage at Seattle Children’s.
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