Seattle, WA 98122
The Patricia Bracelin Steel Building is located two blocks east of the main medical center. The five-story, 158,000-square-foot building opened in 2004 and houses several Harborview clinics and administrative offices.
The building is named for Patricia Bracelin Steel, who died in 2002. Her service to the citizens of King County spanned nearly 30 years and included positions as budget director, chief financial officer and deputy county executive.
Clinical services housed in the building including the Family Medicine Clinic, Mental Health Services, the Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress and Vocational Rehabilitation Services, along with 300 underground parking spaces for patients, families and staff.
As part of the King County Art Program, which places art in public buildings, the entry to the Patricia Steel Building is graced by a series of chain nets made in 2004 of woven stainless steel yarn, titled “Comfort Zone” by artist Sheila Klein.
Harborview Medical Center is a King County owned property