The University of Washington Medical Center located on the University of Washington campus is equipped to treat very complex emergent medical conditions and illnesses. It provides specialized care in areas such as cardiology (Level I Cardiac Center), stroke (Level III Stroke Center), high-risk pregnancy (Level III neonatal intensive care unit), oncology, transplantation, and orthopedics.
You should go to a Hospital Emergency Department for any illness or injury you think might be serious or life threatening. If you suffer from a non-life-threatening emergency, UW Medicine Urgent Care or Virtual Clinic can address your immediate healthcare needs.
If you suffer from a non-life-threatening emergency that requires immediate care, you may also visit our UW Medicine
Urgent Care clinics, where care is available on a walk-in basis. When your primary care clinic is closed, urgent care can address the sudden onset of illness and other health issues that could worsen without immediate attention.
UW Medicine Virtual Clinic brings healthcare to you and your family 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without an appointment. Care Simple Providers' board-certified family practice physicians and nurse practitioners assess, diagnose and recommend treatment for your condition via secure video chat or over the phone.