Seattle Children’s leaders and supporters discuss Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic’s critical role in the community of providing care with dignity, and how supporters can advance OBCC’s plans for expansion and growth in the community. Learn more about how you can say yes.

We’re growing! Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is building a second location.

Doctor measuring parent and childTo help us meet the growing needs of the community, we are building a second OBCC location – a bigger, new clinic near the Othello Link light rail station in southeast Seattle’s Rainier Valley. The clinic will be approximately 35,000 square feet to meet the wellness needs of the growing pediatric population in south Seattle and south King County and is projected to break ground in 2019.

Services at the Othello location will include pediatric medical care, mental health, dental services, nutrition, sports medicine, physical therapy and occupational therapy. The clinic will also be part of a unique urban community concept called Othello Square, a 3.2-acre site that will provide families with convenient access to services, such as a charter high school, an economic opportunity center, a computer lab, an early learning center, affordable retail and commercial spaces for rent, community meeting spaces and mixed-income housing for rent and ownership.

The original OBCC, located in the Central District, will be renovated to upgrade its clinical facilities and maintain its cultural heritage in the community. The clinic will continue to serve families in the Central District and adjacent neighborhoods, as well as communities to the north and west.

Visit Seattle Children’s Construction Blog for OBCC building and construction updates as they become available.

You Can Transform Community Health and Wellness

Doctor high-fiving patientYour generous gift will help us build a second Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, support upgrades to the current clinic, create lasting partnerships and develop a community health innovation hub. Learn more.

  • Donate online: Check “Other” and specify “OBCC”
  • Email us or call Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Foundation for more information at 206-987-2153.