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Update: Non-ICHS patients can walk in at ICHS pharmacies M-F 9am-4pm  
ICHS patients and non-ICHS patients of eligible ages can walk in to clinic pharmacies in International District, Holly Park and Shoreline (availability based on limited supply) Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. Due to Omicron precautions, we are limiting number of vaccinations per hour to provide safety and social distancing. ICHS patients can also call 206.788.3700 to make an appointment.


N95 masks: We are currently awaiting a delivery of N95 masks. Once we receive the delivery, the N95 masks will be made available to patients. Thank you for your patience.

Shu Ping Sun

"I am so grateful the staff at ICHS can speak Mandarin or Cantonese."

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My name is Shu Ping Sun and I am 60 years old. I immigrated to the United States seven years ago from Guangdong province in China. After I moved here, I got a divorce and lived alone until two months ago, when my son finally arrived in Seattle. Since he was over 18 years old, he was not eligible for a green card and had to stay by himself in China until I could apply for him.

I live in low-income government housing. I either take the bus or walk 25 minutes to International Community Health Service’s clinic in Chinatown.

My relatives introduced me to ICHS and I come here because they provide quality care and the staff understand my language and culture.

After a severe car accident one year ago, I could not work and have no income. I was hospitalized for half a month. In addition to diabetes, I now have lots of pain in my lower back and throughout my body. Both my arms are always numb, so I can’t sleep on my sides. I can only sleep on my back.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, all my health care and medicines are covered. I am so grateful the staff at ICHS can speak Mandarin or Cantonese. It is a big help. I cannot speak English and ICHS provides a great service interpreting. ICHS is very convenient. I can get medicine in the pharmacy at no cost, receive low-cost medical and dental care, be referred to hospitals for CT scans, and can also see a social worker who helps me with other resources. All at one place.

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