COVID-19: If you have symptoms like cough, fever or trouble breathing, contact your doctor by phone or eCare before coming to a clinic or hospital OR contact the UW Medicine Virtual Clinic. For more information, please read our FAQ.
For information on vaccine allocation and prioritization, please visit the Washington DOH website.
FREE 6-WEEK YOGA FOR PEOPLE WITH TBI'S / October 4, 2021
If you have experienced a TBI (including concussion) or are a caregiver or support person, you are welcome to join. Through this free, research-backed, six-week yoga and meditation program, discover your inner resources for learning, growing, healing, and thriving. Learn more and sign up today.
FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER CENTER FAQ'S / July 2021
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and its members — Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch), Seattle Children’s and UW Medicine — have announced exploration of a plan to redefine our alliance and accelerate the discovery and delivery of lifesaving breakthroughs to our patients. Find answers to questions you might have about this announcement.
NEW UW MEDICINE BIAS REPORTING TOOL / February 2021
UW Medicine is a community where support and respect are expected at all levels. This tool was created for any member of the UW Medicine community to formally report incidents of racism, bullying, and other negative biases ranging from one-time micro-aggressions to more severe and sustained behavior.
COVID-19 UPDATES / 2021
Please visit the UW Medicine Huddle website for daily updates about the UW Medicine COVID-19 response and other communications including mask policies, vaccination information, and inpatient and community data. Updates will be provided at the UW Medicine Huddle page in addition to the CDC and King County Public Health websites.