Authorization for Administration of Oral and Auto-injectible Medication at School (SS-500)
Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS)- This Certificate of Immunization Status must be submitted on or before the first day of school in order for your child to attend school.
In the Edmonds/Lynnwood area, facilities for medical care include Stevens Hospital Emergency Room, Walk-In Clinics for urgent care, and the Lynnwood Community Health Center. You may also visit the Snohomish County Health District website at www.snohd.org for additional health news.
For an emergency, any time a student goes to Swedish Hospital Emergency Room, a bill of approximately $1000 can be expected whether or not you have a financial need. They do not deny treatment to anyone. If you have a financial need, you can arrange an appointment later for application for financial assistance.
Walk-In Clinics for Urgent Care
These are good for urgent care if you do not have a family doctor and have private insurance, DSHS Medical Coupons, or are able to pay the fee. The fee is typically around $100. They will often work out an arrangement for you to apply for indigent care if you are unable to pay.
Edmonds Family Medicine Walk-In Clinic
7315 212th St. SW, Edmonds
Lake Serene Walk-In Clinic
3501 Shelby Road, Ste. B, Lynnwood
Medalia Walk-In Clinic at Silver Lake
12800 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Ste. 120, Silver Lake
Everett Clinic at Harbour Pointe
4410 106th St SW, Mukilteo
Lynnwood Community Health Center
This is a good place to go if you require sliding scale fees and have no insurance. They never deny health care based on inability to pay and will help you apply for insurance. This facility is able to see only a few new patients each day if you have no appointment. Without an appointment you can expect to wait (sometimes many hours) to be seen by a doctor. Typically you must wait approximately one month for a new patient appointment.
4111 194th St. SW, Lynnwood
Last Modified on April 24, 2012