MultiCare opens new urgent care clinic in Tukwila

MultiCare Health System is slated to open an Indigo Urgent Care facility in Tukwila on Tuesday, Aug. 23 – the second in a new line of clinics that brings together convenience and high-touch services to transform the health care experience for consumers in the Puget Sound region.

MultiCare Health System is slated to open an Indigo Urgent Care facility in Tukwila on Tuesday, Aug. 23 – the second in a new line of clinics that brings together convenience and high-touch services to transform the health care experience for consumers in the Puget Sound region.

The new clinic is near Westfield Southcenter at 17275 Southcenter Parkway, Suite 160. This is MultiCare’s first location in Tukwila.

The difference at the new MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care is apparent from the moment a patient walks in, according to a press release from MultiCare. The ambiance is similar to a coffee shop. Patients will be met by a health care concierge, who will see to their needs from the time they arrive. Amenities, such as complimentary espresso, water, Wi-Fi and charging stations, create a relaxing environment.

“We’re thrilled to open a new Indigo Urgent Care clinic in Tukwila,” Bill Robertson, president and CEO of MultiCare, said in the press release. “We know that our patients’ time is valuable and the new Indigo Urgent Care clinics revolve around them, providing a personal touch that is relaxing and reassuring.”

MultiCare opened its first Indigo Urgent Care clinic in Tacoma on June 17. Five additional clinics are planned for neighborhoods in King and Snohomish counties later this year.

Indigo Urgent Care is is a part of MultiCare Health System’s network of hospitals, outpatient specialty centers and primary and urgent care clinics in Thurston, Kitsap, Pierce, Snohomish and South King counties.

The Indigo Urgent Care clinic in Tukwila will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and provide care for many conditions, including allergies, cold and flu symptoms, earaches, fevers, minor burns or bruises, minor fractures or sprains, rash or poison ivy, sore throat, skin complaints and urinary tract infections.

For more information, visit indigourgentcare.com.

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