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Patient Care Locations

  • Read more about UW Pediatric locations including:
    • Pediatric Care Center at UW Medical Center - Roosevelt
    • Harborview
    • UW Neighborhood Ravenna Clinic
    • North Seattle locations.

Affiliate Locations and Primary Training Sites

Harborview Medical Center

Harborview Medical Center

Harborview Medical Center (HMC)is one of the nations leading academic medical centers and the only Level I adult and pediatric trauma center serving Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. Harborview Medical Center cares for potential neurosurgical cases of abusive head trauma, all serious burns and trauma and adult and child victims of sexual assault. The medical center is owned by King County and managed by the University of Washington. Harborview has a specific mission to care for the community's most vulnerable patients. Fellows will see consults at HMC in the PICU, burn unit, ED and pediatric unit.

Seattle Children's Hospital

Seattle Children's Hospital & Adolescent Medicine Clinic at Springbrook

Seattle Children's Hospital is both a community hospital for greater Seattle and the pediatric referral center for the Northwest providing excellent pediatric care to meet the medical, surgical and developmental needs of children in the WWAMI region. Serving as the main clinical training site for pediatric residents, this 420-bed hospital is conveniently located one and one-half miles from the University of Washington campus in an attractive, residential neighborhood of Seattle. The staff consists of University faculty and Seattle Children's full-time physicians, as well as private practicing physicians from the Seattle area.

Other sites include Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Harborview Medical Center, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and the University of Washington Medical Center.

University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC)

UW Medical Center - Montlake (UWMC)

UWMC was ranked among the nation's top ten best general hospitals in recent U.S. News & World Report survey. Patients referred from UW Medicine sites and practitioners from WWAMI regional medical education program, a partnership between the UW School of Medicine and states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho that provides medical education for the five-state region.

Every day, more than 5,500 dedicated and compassionate UW Medical Center - Montlake team members bring passion and commitment to the care of our patients and their families.

As the No. 1 hospital in Seattle and Washington State since 2012 (U.S. News & World Report), UW Medical Center - Montlake is one of the world's foremost academic health centers, delivering exceptional, multidisciplinary care to a vast array of patients who come to us from across the globe.

From first of their kind, life-saving surgical procedures to routine adult, maternal and newborn medicine, we're training the next generation of medical professionals. By using the latest advances in medical technology and patient- and family-centered care, we're building a better future for our community.

At UW Medical Center - Montlake, our care is powered by research and informed by education.

UW Medical Center - Northwest

UW Medical Center - Northwest

UW Medical Center - Northwest is a full-service medical center based in North Seattle, offering emergency and inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and therapeutic care. The hospital offers personalized, quality care on a beautiful, easy-to-access, 44-acre campus that includes the neighboring Outpatient Medical Center.

UW Medical Center - Northwest is a community-based, non-profit hospital with 281 beds, 2,000-plus employees and a world-class medical staff that provides innovative, technologically advanced, patient-centered care.

Valley Medical Center

Valley Medical Center

Founded as a public district hospital in 1947, Valley Medical Center is a 321-bed, acute care community hospital and clinic network.

As the oldest and largest public hospital district system in Washington State, Valley Medical Center serves more than 600,000 residents in Southeast King County. In addition to the hospital, VMC operates a network of more than four dozen primary, urgent and specialty care clinics throughout South King County.

Valley Medical Center is home to one of the busiest emergency departments in the state and is recognized as a regional leader in cancer treatment, heart and vascular services, joint replacement and orthopedics, neurosciences, stroke and spine, childbirth and neonatal care.