Appointments are now open with optometrist Dr. Andrea Liem at the ICHS Vision Clinic, located in Seattle’s International District.
Comprehensive eye exams are more than checking your vision to see if you need glasses or contact lenses. During an eye exam, Dr. Liem examines the health of your eyes to look for diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts or macular degeneration. Regular eye checks help ensure a lifetime of healthy vision.
We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid. Ask about our sliding fee scale.
Call the ICHS Vision Clinic to make an appointment: 206-788-3505.
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The Washington Health Alliance’s Community Checkup recently ranked International Community Health Services (ICHS) among the state’s top performers for excellence in care for Medicaid-insured patients. In 2016, 59% of ICHS patients were insured under Medicaid, the federal government health insurance program for low income individuals.
ICHS was compared to other community health clinics, medical groups and hospitals across Washington on measures including monitoring and screenings for conditions such as high blood pressure, breast cancer and diabetes, and the number of patients who take required medications.
“These results reflect what we already know – that ICHS and community health centers across the state deliver tremendous value to patients and society,” said Teresita Batayola, ICHS CEO. “Our patients, many of whom are among the most vulnerable and underserved, are low income, immigrant and minority community members. Yet, they are healthier and more productive because they receive affordable care that is high quality, effective and proven. ICHS is proud to be ranked highly as helping the state raise standards for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, as well as for counseling and health education.”
ICHS clinics in Seattle, Shoreline and Bellevue were rated on 22 measures for Medicaid insured, performing “average” or “better than average” on 21 when compared to other report participants. Among the areas where ICHS demonstrated excellence in treating Medicaid patients was in the effective treatment of heart disease; diabetes; and colon, cervical and breast cancer screenings.
The results of the Community Checkup, now in its eleventh year, reflect the care provided to approximately four million patients in Washington and is based on more than 100 measures of health care quality, using data supplied by more than 25 entities including health plans, self-insured employers and union trusts, and state agencies. To view the most recent Community Checkup, visit here.
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Local runners and walkers of both the four- and two-legged variety are invited to get with their pack to bring in the Lunar New Year in an effort to help local families who cannot afford medical care. International Community Health Services’ (ICHS) will be holding its 3rd annual Lunar New Year 5K walk and run fundraiser, on Sunday, Feb. 25, in Shoreline.
Online registration for humans is now open at: www.ichs.com/5k, while on-leash canines are welcome to join for free. The event commemorates the lunar calendar Year of the Dog in 2018, inviting participants to roam the environs of Shoreline’s Interurban Trail while doing good.
Each year, ICHS organizes the 5K to raise money to support uncompensated patient care and provides almost $1 million to the Puget Sound region’s most vulnerable communities — about 90% are persons of color and about 55% have limited English speaking skills and need interpretation help.
“Facing challenges in federal funding, ICHS rely on events such as the 5K Walk and Run to serve the needs of our community,” said Ron Chew, ICHS Foundation executive director.
About the event:
- WHAT: International Community Health Services’ Lunar New Year 5K walk and run fundraising event will support uncompensated health care for families throughout the region. Participants will receive a time chip, bib, t-shirt and promotional giveaways from vendors. The first 250 participants that check-in will also receive an ICHS fanny pack
- WHERE: The walk and run route will start at City of Shoreline City Hall – 7500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
- COST: Prices ranges from $10-$40 based on age and increases by $5 per month
- HOW: Online registration is open now until 24 hours before the race
- Questions? Please contact: email@example.com
Lunar New Year 5K sponsors include: East West Bank, Coordinated Care, Amerigroup, Aurora Rents, Community Health Plan of Washington, One Cup Coffee, Shoreline Rotary, Sam’s Club, Uwajimaya, Miller Hayashi Architects, City of Shoreline, HomeSight, Mei-Ling Woo State Farm Agency, Merchants Parking Association, Molina Healthcare, SCIDpda, Shoreline Community College, Viet-Wah Group, Recology, and WPI Real Estate Services.