Primary Care

Swedish Primary Care is dedicated to keeping you healthy. Our providers cultivate strong relationships with patients of all ages, serving as health care advocates. We help educate on preventative care, offer the proper screenings, and diagnose ailments and other health concerns. If you need specialized care, our clinics connect you to the Swedish network of hospitals and specialists.

We have 200-plus primary care physicians, including pediatricians, at more than 30 clinics across the Puget Sound area. Weekend hours are available at many locations. Online scheduling is available for a growing number of our physicians.

Our Services

  • Allergy and immunology
  • Annual physicals/wellness exams
  • Chronic disease management
  • Diabetes management
  • Family medicine
  • Gynecology and women's health
  • Internal medicine
  • Immunizations
  • Mental health
  • Minor surgical procedures
  • Newborn care
  • Sports medicine and physicals
  • Travel medicine
  • X-rays and labs onsite

See our complete list of primary care services.

MyChart: Your medical info online

MyChart lets you manage your health care from a computer or smartphone, 24/7.

Free Kids' Symptom Checker App

Get first aid and parent advice on the go. Available for iPhone and Android. Desktop version also available.


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