A MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care clinic opened Aug. 17 at 7096 Lakeland Hills Way SE, Suite 103 in Auburn.
Called Lakeland Commons, Indigo Urgent Care, the clinic has been designed to meet the needs of busy professionals, families and visitors in the Auburn and Kent communities.
Like other Indigo Urgent Care clinics, this one is ready to treat a wide variety of minor injuries and illnesses—coughs, colds and flu, sore throats, ear infections, allergies, rashes, small cuts that may require stitches, sprains, and strains, just to name a few. Digital X-ray and onsite lab tests are also available, including COVID-19 testing, though by appointment only
“Indigo was built from the ground up with consumers’ needs in mind,” said Ryan Fix, President, MultiCare Retail Health. “We’re also connecting Indigo’s 5-star service with the latest technology, including online scheduling, online care and soon, prescription delivery.”
The new clinic offers:
• Online appointment scheduling. To keep its patients safe and observe social distancing, Indigo is asking patients to schedule visits online. Walk-in visits will still be accommodated.
• Care available every day of the year, including holidays
• Free, easy parking
• Proximity to Haggen’s, Walgreen’s Pharmacy and other local services
Indigo accepts most insurance, and offers a cash pay option for those without insurance coverage.
The Auburn clinic is the 25th Indigo Urgent Care facility in Washington state. In addition to recently opened sites in Frederickson and Maple Valley, Indigo plans to open new sites in Bellevue, Burien, Bothell, Shoreline, Bonney Lake and Liberty Lake near Spokane later this year.
To schedule an appointment or learn more about the new Auburn Lakeland Commons Indigo Urgent Care clinic, visit indigourgentcare.com or call 253-545-3650.
Indigo Urgent Care is part of MultiCare Health System, a nonprofit health care organization based in Tacoma.
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