Use Urgent Care for minor illnesses and injuries when your child’s doctor’s office is closed or your child doesn’t have a doctor. Urgent care is the right choice for kids and teens with minor problems, including strains and sprains, pink eye, minor cuts and bruises, vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration, earaches, minor asthma attacks, mild abdominal pain and urinary tract infections.
Urgent Care appointments are not for medical emergencies. If your child’s illness or injury is life-threatening, call 911.
All available appointment times are listed online. Please check back often to see if we have had any cancellations. We cannot guarantee walk-in appointments due to high demand.
If no appointments are available and your child is in urgent need of care, here is a list of local emergency departments (PDF) (Arabic) (Simplified Chinese) (Somali) (Spanish) (Vietnamese) near our Urgent Care locations.
What you need to know about visiting a Seattle Children's Urgent Care clinic.
Visitor restrictions at all our locations
At all of our clinics, we recommend that only 1 parent or adult caregiver come with a patient to their appointment. However, up to 3 people (including the patient) can come to the appointment at this time. We do not allow more than 3 people without an exception. Siblings who are younger than 1 year old can come and are not included in the total number of people allowed at the visit.