ZoomCare, the innovative healthcare company that's building the world's first neighborhood and mobile healthcare system, opened its newest clinic today at 4540 University Way NE. The University District clinic is open seven days a week, 8 AM to Midnight on weekdays and 9 AM to 6 PM on weekends.
"The University of Washington neighborhood is a perfect setting for great care at a fair, flat price," said Dave Sanders, M.D., Co-Founder and CEO of ZoomCare. "Given the appeal of midnight hours at our Capitol Hill clinic, we expect our U-District clinic to attract UW students, staff and neighbors seeking on-demand care," added Sanders.
ZoomCare now has six clinics in Seattle, serving the neighborhoods of Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, Wallingford, Belltown and Fremont. Established in 2006, ZoomCare now owns and operates a total of 25 clinics in Washington and Oregon. In addition to the six in Seattle, there is one in Vancouver, Washington, 17 in Portland and one in Salem, Oregon. The clinics are staffed with a board-certified clinical team, consisting of physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The team provides in-depth wellness exams, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of illnesses and injuries for adults and children.
Note to Reporters:
ZoomCare is based in Portland, Oregon and is a privately-held company that was started in 2006 by David Sanders M.D. and Albert DiPiero M.D. The ZoomCare innovative neighborhood healthcare system features on-demand care, with clear transparent prices. For additional information about ZoomCare, please visit ZoomCare.com and our FaceBook page.