Foot & Ankle Center at Harborview
- Monday 8:00a - 4:30p
- Tuesday 8:00a - 4:30p
- Wednesday 8:00a - 4:30p
- Thursday 8:00a - 4:30p
- Friday 8:00a - 4:30p
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed
206.520.5000 206.744.5573 fax
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Services offered at this clinic include:
- Foot & ankle surgery
- Foot and ankle care
- Orthopedic surgery
Complete foot and ankle care in the heart of Seattle
Located in the Ninth & Jefferson building across from Harborview Medical Center, the Foot & Ankle Center at Harborview provides consultation and surgical treatment for complex foot and ankle reconstruction, including arthritis, deformities, genetic anomalies, sports injuries and traumatic injury. We also offer podiatry services and non-surgical treatments.
We partner with our patients to develop an individualized treatment plan that will provide the best outcome for foot and ankle mobility and function.
Directions & Parking
Please note: The mailing address for all buildings at Harborview Medical Center is 325 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104-2499.
The Ninth & Jefferson Building (NJB) is adjacent to Harborview Medical Center (see map). NJB's main walk-in entrance is on Jefferson Street, just east of Ninth Avenue.
From Interstate 5:
- Exit at James Street (#165A) in downtown Seattle.
- Turn up the hill (east) onto James.
- Turn right onto Terry Avenue, then access the building's parking garage on the right.
The Ninth & Jefferson Building has a multilevel underground parking garage, accessible from Terry Avenue, with spaces for 670 vehicles.
Patient/Visitor Parking Rates
- 0-30 minutes: Free
- 30 -60 minutes: $4
- 1-2 hours: $5
- 2-4 hours: $7
- 4-6 hours: $12
- 6-8 hours: $15
- 8-24 hours: $20
Motorcycles: $3 per day (must park in designated spaces only)
Foot and ankle care | Orthopedic trauma | Orthopedics
Foot and ankle care | General surgery | Sports medicine | Trauma care
Endocrinology/diabetes and metabolism | Foot care (podiatry) | Rehabilitation medicine | Vascular/endovascular
Emergency medicine | Foot and ankle care | Orthopedic trauma