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Note: As of Jan. 1, 2021, The Everett Clinic network will no longer be offered as part of the KingCare Select medical plan. During Open Enrollment, members of this network will have the opportunity to choose a different KingCare Select network or be defaulted into the KingCare plan for next year.

The Everett Clinic provides a team of health care providers who use one electronic medical record to provide coordinated care. Clinics, laboratories, x-ray and imaging facilities, and an outpatient surgery center are part of a local, physician-led clinic.

The Everett Clinic network includes more than 250 primary care providers; more than 3,000 specialists; 29 clinics; nine walk-in clinics (urgent care); and three hospitals, including Seattle Children’s Hospital.

The Everett Clinic service area

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Open the full service area map and list of facilities

Highlights

  • 425 number for King County members to schedule appointments
  • Virtual care with My Chart
  • Focus on complex patients
  • Partners in palliative care
  • Advance care coordination
  • Personalized care team
  • Integrating behavioral health services into primary care services

Telehealth

Other ways to access care

In addition to the health care professionals, clinics, and hospitals available in The Everett Clinic network, Regence offers the following ways to access care from the comfort of your own home, or when on the road.
  • Doctor on Demand™: This service offers 24/7 access to video chat with a doctor or behavioral health specialist. The copay is normally $10 per visit, however, during the COVID-19 crisis, copays are waived. Download the Doctor on Demand app on your smartphone or tablet, or Register online using your computer and your Regence member ID. For additional information, see the FAQ
  • Virtual care from your regular doctor: Coverage has been expanded to cover other providers and services that can be appropriately rendered in a telehealth setting. Many in-network providers now offer telehealth options, including primary care; behavioral health; and physical, occupational, and speech therapists. Check with your providers to see if they offer virtual visits. COVID-19-related visits are covered at no cost; standard plan benefits apply to visits for other services.
  • Advice24: This 24/7 nurse line provides immediate support for everyday health issues, and can help you decide when you should go to the emergency room or urgent care. Call 800-267-6729.

Find a provider in The Everett Clinic network

Begin Provider Search

  • Use the search tool to determine if your current primary provider and other health professionals are part of The Everett Clinic network. To learn how to use the provider search tool to explore the providers available in each network, watch the video. Examples of other health care professionals include physical therapists, mental health providers, and hospice.
  • Consider searching for health care providers you may want to see in the future.
  • Be sure to perform a search for all family members. Each person in your family can choose their own provider, as long as all of your family's providers are in your chosen network.
  • If you have questions about the network, a specific provider, or need help finding a network provider, call The Everett Clinic: 425-595-3803. If you have benefits questions, need to select your primary care provider, or to order an ID card, call Regence: 800-376-7926.

Employees and covered family members who want to continue seeing providers who are not part of The Everett Clinic network will pay significantly more for care. See plan comparisons (Regular or ATU) for details. Use the online search tool to review the list of in-network providers carefully.

Using the provider search tool

Benefits and retirement

Phone 206-684-1556
Fax: 206-296-7700

Phone hours:
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. weekdays
Payroll

Fax: 206-296-7678