Now you can see your doctor, dentist or mental health counselor through telehealth.
A telehealth visit is just like an in-person visit, but allows you to continue to receive primary and behavioral health care, or a dental consultation, while limiting person-to-person contact. It helps us all do our part to limit community transmission of COVID-19. You can schedule either a telephone visit or a virtual visit.
- A telephone visit lets you share a conversation with your provider over a phone line.
- A virtual visit takes place face-to-face through live video with your primary care clinician, dentist or behavioral health provider. A virtual visit requires an internet connection and a computer, tablet or smartphone equipped with a camera, microphone and speaker.
Sometimes, it may be necessary for you to be seen in the clinic. If your care team determines this is the best way to address your care, they will let you know. If you need language assistance, please let us know when you schedule your appointment.
Make a Telehealth Appointment
For more information, please call: 206.788.3700
Call 911 for medical emergencies
Telehealth is not for emergencies or potentially life-threatening medical conditions such as chest pain, severe shortness of breath, severe abdominal pain or headache. If you experience these symptoms call 911.