When you visit our Clinics, you will be required to wear a mask. The Everett Clinic supports universal masking and is following the state wide mandate. Masks are required at all Everett Clinic locations and we will not provide masking exemption letters or waivers for any patients, regardless of age or medical condition.
Surgical Masks Only
The safety of our community, patients, and you are our top priority. When you enter any Everett Clinic location you will be asked to wear a fresh surgical mask. These masks will be provided by the clinic you are visiting. If you visit wearing any other type of facial covering you will be asked to replace it with the provided surgical mask. If you do not want to wear the surgical mask provided you will not be able to enter the building. If you are accompanying a child who is unable to wear a mask you will be asked to wait in the car until the time of the appointment.
Why are we doing this?
We have seen a rise in our patients utilizing masks that may not be effective. These types of face coverings include mesh masks, masks that are visibly soiled, and cloth bandanas. We’re here to keep our community safe. This means, we always look to go above and beyond to provide an environment committed to patient safety.
Appointments & Care
In-Person Care Now Open
The Everett Clinic is now open for select in-person primary, specialty, and surgical care services.
We’re committed to your safety.
Our goal is to make our Clinic spaces the safest place you can receive care.
Masking all teammates and patients
Specialized hours for those 65+ or with high-risk chronic conditions 7 - 9 am
Laboratory appointments by appointment only
Reducing the number of people on-site by staggering appointments
Enhancing social distancing cues in our waiting areas
Keeping COVID-19 care and other in-person care separate
Virtual care is a simple, safe, and secure way for you to talk with your provider and care team without having to come into the Clinic. Virtual care will continue to be a convenient option for many patients, including those at higher risk.
The Everett Clinic is only offering COVID-19 testing if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. We are unable to test for travel or requests by employers or airlines.
Exceptions: If you are Everett Clinic patient (without COVID symptoms) undergoing a procedure or surgery, you may be asked to schedule an appointment for a pre-procedure COVID test as directed by your provider. We will also test based on direction from the Snohomish Health District.
If you have any other concerns regarding COVID symptoms or exposure, please make a primary care or walk-in clinic virtual care appointment. You can also seek care at our sites seeing COVID-19/Flu concerns.
Drive-thru testing is available in Everett and Smokey Point
Serology testing for SARS-CoV-2