New Patient Information
Welcome to the Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic. For almost a decade, our doctors, nurses and staff have provided quality health care in North Everett. We look forward to working with you along your health care journey.
Making an Appointment
It’s easy to make an appointment with us. If you have medical insurance, please have that information ready. Also, please have a list of your current prescriptions available. You may be asked additional questions about your medical history when you call.
For the best possible service, please schedule an appointment at 425-317-0300. For urgent needs, same-day appointments are usually available.
Your First Visit
Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic is located at 1001 N. Broadway, Suite A-3, in Everett. Our location is served by both Everett Transit and Community Transit. Free parking is available in front of our clinic.
Insurance & Financial Information
Most Health Plans Accepted
Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic accepts most health plans. We accept patients with Medicaid and Medicare, as well as patients without insurance.
Financial assistance is available to anyone without insurance coverage. The Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic provides a sliding scale, based on the patient’s annual family income and family size. For those who can’t afford the sliding scale fee, the Salvation Army or Volunteers of America offer vouchers for qualified patients.
Patients Applying for Financial Assistance are Required to Bring:
- Copies of the most recent income information for each person in the household with year-to-date earnings
- Most recent year federal tax return
- Most recent bank statement (if applicable)
- A letter from person providing financial support if the patient is not self-supporting
- A completed financial assistance form
(English Financial Assistance Form)
(Spanish Financial Assistance Form)
Who is eligible for financial assistance?
If your household income is less than 40% of the federal poverty standards and you have no insurance coverage, you may be eligible for our Financial Assistance Program and may qualify for free or discounted services in our clinic.
View 2012 Federal Poverty Guideline Chart
Learn more about Medicaid Eligibility
What does the financial assistance program cover?
If you are approved for financial assistance, you pay a reduced amount for an office exam and certain medical procedures. The expected payment percent is what is commonly referred to as a “sliding fee scale.” The discount range is between 0%-100% of the charge for the office exam and procedure depending on gross income and assets, adjusted for family size.
You’re expected to pay the full charge for immunizations, supplies and medications provided in the clinic.
How is the amount of financial assistance determined?
You must complete an application for financial assistance and provide certain proof of income. We ask for documentation of the last three months of income or last year’s tax return, as well as any information you think will help prove your financial need. If the above is not something you can provide or you have other sources of income, please provide information. Otherwise, we have staff and volunteers to help with this process. This application should be completed before your first appointment.
When do I have to pay for being seen?
We expect all patients to pay for the full cost of their service at the time of the visit. All patients receiving financial assistance are required to pay in full their portion of the reduced fee at the time of their visit.
By minimizing our billing costs, we reduce our overhead. Reduced overhead enables us to provide financial assistance to those who qualify.
How will I know how much to pay?
The staff at the clinic will advise you. We will provide you with an estimate of the expected payment for your scheduled visit when you call for an appointment. At the conclusion of your visit, you’ll be given the exact amount, which you are expected to pay at that time.
What kind of payment is acceptable?
We will accept cash, checks, debit and credit cards.
What if I am unable to pay my entire expected payment amount?
If the actual cost of the visit is greater than our estimate and you are unable to pay the additional amount, we will discuss payment options with you.
We will send a statement for unpaid accounts. Statement balances are payable in the month received. If a second statement must be sent, then an additional billing charge of $16 is added to the account.
You will not be able to schedule a follow-up visit unless your balance is paid in full or special payment arrangements are made. If you need urgent medical care, you can be seen in the Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Emergency Department. You can resume primary care at the clinic as soon as your account is paid in full or special payment arrangements have been made.
What to Bring
- Photo ID and insurance card (if you have insurance)
- Co-payment (if required by your insurance plan)
- Financial Assistance Form (if you don’t have insurance)
- If applying for financial assistance, copies of the most recent income information from everyone in the household with year-to-date earnings, most recent Federal Tax Return, most recent bank statement (if applicable). OR, a letter from a person providing financial support if the patient is not self-supporting
- Full list of medications with dosages (including over-the-counter supplements)
- Detailed history of symptoms and treatments
- List of questions
Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment so you have time to check in and fill out any necessary paperwork.