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Open hours

Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (except where specified below.)

Walk-ins welcome. Enter building from 9th St. NE as shown on map.

Phone: 206-477-0600
Fax: 206-205-7375

Interpretation services

Available to all limited or non-English speaking clients.

Health care services

  • Family Planning and STD clinic
    Specific hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Walk-ins welcome.
    Family planning services and education and reproductive health care includes HIV and STD screening, pregnancy tests, birth control and referrals.
  • Health insurance enrollment
    You may be eligible for free health insurance—depending on your income. If you earn too much for free Medicaid insurance, you could buy one of the insurance plans offered through Washington Healthplanfinder. Find out if you're eligible and get help with the enrollment process.
  • HIV screening
    Basic evaluation of risk factors, client education on risk reduction and blood testing to check for HIV (virus that causes AIDS).
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Teen clinic
    Specific hours: Tuesdays, 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm. Walk-ins welcome.

    Provide education and services for pregnancy prevention and for pregnant, parenting teens, and at-risk teens.
  • Women, Infants and Children nutrition program (WIC)
    WIC is a supplemental food program for women who are pregnant or breast feeding, infants and children.

    WIC services also available at satellite clinics:

Support services

  • ORCA-LIFT cards
    Available at this location to those who qualify.
  • Maternity Support Services (MSS) and Infant Case Management (ICM)
    MSS helps pregnant women find health insurance, local doctors or midwives and other community resources to support a healthy pregnancy. The ICM program provides support and referral to needed medical, social, educational and other resources in your community so that your baby and family can thrive.
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) counseling
    Counseling, education, referral and support for families by a Public Health Nurse (PHN).
  • Take bacteriological samples from your small water system
    If you have a small water system on your property such as a private well, a bacteriological test is required once each year and a nitrate test once every three years. Water sample bottles are available at the Auburn Public Health Center.

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