Online Resources for Patients

​​​As a UW Neighborhood Clinic patient, we encourage you to take advantage of the resources and tools listed below.  If you are unable to locate the information you were looking for, please call your clinic and we will be happy to assist you.


Family and Internal Medicine Resources

American Academy of Family Physicians
Provides you with the tools to create your personal health journal. 

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
National resource for credible health information. A great resource for influenza information. 

Medline Plus
The National Library of Medicine is a source of trusted health information for consumers. Medline Plus carries extensive information from the National Institute of Health and other health organizations.

MedlinePlus Spanish
La Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina es una fuente confiable de información de salud para los consumidores. Medline Plus lleva una amplia información del Instituto Nacional de Salud y otras organizaciones de salud. 

Merck Manual of Medical Information - Home Edition
Offers concise medical information by sections, categories and topics. 

Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary
Offers the ability to search and discover the spelling and definitions for medical words. Available through Medline Plus. 

National Institutes of Health's SeniorHealth
Offers basic health information developed for older adults. 

Public Health - Seattle & King County
Offers a wide range of information such as Community & Human Services, Public Health Facts, Emergency Information, Alcohol, Tobacco & Drug Information, Diseases, Families, Health Records, Mental Health, Development Disabilities. See also for influenza information. 

Pediatric Resources

Healthy Children
The only parenting Web site backed by 60,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.

Provides information regarding children’s health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years. 

The American Academy of Pediatrics
Provides general health information regarding children from birth to age 21. 

Seattle Children’s
Offers a health advice page that can help you determine when to call your child's doctor. Information can also help you treat your child at home when it is safe to do so.

Our Partners

UW Neighborhood Clinics collaborate with local organizations to connect you with top-quality community resources.