This summer, we only partially were joking with the headline — Something besides a restaurant opening on Capitol Hill.
Wednesday, that something opened for its first day serving customers (patients?) on Broadway. Here’s the announcement from Portland-based ZoomCare about their new Capitol Hill clinic:
[Portland, OR] ZoomCare – an innovative provider of everyday healthcare based in Portland, Oregon – announced today that it will open its first neighborhood clinic in Washington State on October 5 in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood at 531 Broadway East. The new, advanced ZoomCare Capitol Hill clinic will be open seven days a week, 362 days a year.
ZoomCare Capitol Hill will be staffed by David Feig, MD, Katie Shaw, FNP and Erin Grindel, PA-C. This year, Dr. Feig was named one of Seattle’s Top Doctors by Seattle Met Magazine [http://www.seattlemet.com/health-and-fitness/articles/2011-top-doctors-august-2011/21/].
ZoomCare caters to patients’ everyday healthcare needs, including care for a broad range of illnesses, injuries and preventive care. There are eight ZoomCare neighborhood clinics in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, with a ninth clinic to open later this year in Lake Oswego.
Check out www.zoomcare.com to learn more.
ZoomCare services page lists a pricing structure that starts at $99 for self-pay (uninsured) visits and a menu of $20 add-ons for services like lab tests and vaccinations.
Our visit Wednesday morning also revealed a shelf set-up featuring a selection of over the counter medicine and health goods just in case you don’t feel like stopping by QFC.