HealthPoint opens new Urgent Care Clinic in Kent

Offers fast, convenient, quality care to the community

HealthPoint has a new Urgent Care Clinic in Kent at 219 State Ave. N., Suite 100, co-located with MultiCare’s new Kent Clinic.

The clinic is designed to provide fast, convenient, quality care to the community. The clinic accommodates walk-in patients (no appointment needed), has extended hours on weekends and in the evenings and is open to the community whether or not they are already HealthPoint patients.

HealthPoint Urgent Care treats people who need same-day care for illness or injuries that are not life-threatening. Patients can receive care for conditions including:

• Flu, cold, sore throat, or fever

• Ear or sinus pain

• Diarrhea

• Urinary tract infections

• Rashes and hives

• Sprains and minor fractures

Hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 8-4pm

Patients can reserve a place in line at HealthPoint Urgent Care online.

About HealthPoint:

HealthPoint is a community-based, supported and governed network of nonprofit health centers throughout King County. HealthPoint clinics provide expert medical, dental, behavioral care and many other services. Founded in 1971, it believes that the quality of your health care should not depend on how much money you make, what language you speak, or what your health care needs are.

For more information, visit healthpointchc.org

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