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MultiCare opens Indigo Urgent Care clinics in Olympia, Kirkland

Posted on Aug. 2, 2017 ( comments)
The Olympia location for MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care is on Cooper Point Road in West Olympia.

MultiCare Health System will expand its line of high-end Indigo Urgent Care Clinics by two locations this week, bringing together convenience and high-touch services to transform the health care experience for consumers.

The new clinics are located at 345 Cooper Point Rd NW, Olympia, and 12475 Totem Lake Blvd NE, Kirkland. The Olympia clinic opens Aug. 2 and the Kirkland location opens Aug. 3.

Indigo Urgent Care clinics present a new health care experience from the moment a patient walks in, catering to individuals who want high quality care — fast. Patients will be met by a health care “concierge” who will see to their needs from the time they walk in the door, to the time they go on their way. The ambiance resembles a coffee shop with amenities such as complimentary coffee, water, Wi-Fi service and charging stations that create a relaxing environment.


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The clinics in Olympia and Kirkland will be open seven days a week, 8am to 8pm, and provide care for many conditions to include 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.

Indigo Urgent Care is unique compared to other retail urgent care clinics in the area in that it is a part of MultiCare Health System, the largest provider of urgent care in the state. MultiCare is a network of hospitals, outpatient specialty centers and primary and urgent care clinics in Pierce, King, Thurston, Snohomish and Kitsap counties as well as a recent expansion to Spokane.

MultiCare opened its first Indigo Urgent Care clinic in Tacoma last June, followed by clinics in Tukwila, Covington, Mill Creek, the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle, Tumwater, Issaquah, Lacey, Puyallup and Lake Stevens. Additional clinics are planned for neighborhoods in Pierce, King and Snohomish counties throughout 2017.

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