Washington Urgent Care and Walk-in Clinics

Washington Urgent Care and Walk-in Clinics

Beautiful, bounteous Washington state is well-known for bustling cities such as Seattle, Tacoma, and Spokane, but it has many less explored regions as well. People move to the outer reaches because they love nature, but they never realize that doing so has an effect on their healthcare.

Healthcare in Washington

The many health systems in Washington, including Kadlec, Providence Health & Services, and Spectrum, have their work cut out for them. So do the urgent care and retail clinics in the state. Washington still has a huge husbandry population, and while lumberjacks have better tools than ever there are still injuries out in the woods that often require fast and effective treatment.

From poison ivy to meningitis to Lyme disease, the usual maladies of forested areas strike the state's residents, especially in relatively unincorporated areas. Various issues associated with toxicology are also prevalent in the extreme northwest, which often requires afflicted individuals to have quick access to care; they can't risk driving miles to reach a hospital.

Urgent Care in Washington

Fortunately, no residents have to rely on hospitals, which might be miles away. Urgent care facilities are closely dotted all over the state, so people who live in Yakima or Richland, for example, don't have to drive to Spokane or even Ellensburg to get professional help. Renton, Issaquah, and even Lynnwood are all well-represented.

Walk-in Clinics in Washington

Even in the state's larger metropolitan areas, there are people who can't afford hospital healthcare, or may not have time to wait. Retail clinics and walk-in facilities there offer constant help and lower price considerations, making them ideal for practically anyone's budget.

Washington Walk-In Clinics Facts and Stats

  • 128
    Walk-in clinics in Washington
  • 0
    Retail clinics in Washington
  • 69
    Urgent care clinics in Washington
  • 4
    Pediatric Urgent Care Clinics in Washington
  • 49%
    Walk-in clinics open 7 days a week in Washington
* All stats are based solely on the data within the Urgent Care Locations database, and do not reference outside sources.

Washington Cities with Urgent Care Centers and Walk-in Clinics