The Polyclinic has completed its move to its new flagship clinic in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood.
More than 120 physicians and other providers have made the move to the new Polyclinic Madison Center, a nine-story building at the corner of 7th and Madison, just east of I-5.
The move consolidates many of The Polyclinic’s services, allowing patients to obtain both primary and specialty care under one roof, said Polyclinic Executive Director Lloyd David.
“This is not only convenient for patients; it also facilitates collaboration between our physicians and other providers,” David said.
The new center will also house the Polyclinic’s advanced diagnostic imaging services, including MRI, CT scanning, and a new tomosynthesis 3D breast screening mammography.
The Polyclinic Broadway will continue to house several medical practices and services, including the Endoscopy Center, the Breast Imaging Center, and the Ambulatory Surgery Center, among others.
The Sleep Medicine Center will remain across the street from the Broadway clinic, and Vascular Surgery will remain on the Swedish Cherry Hill campus.
The Polyclinic’s neighborhood clinics in Northgate, Ballard, Downtown, Sand Point, Jefferson Park, Sequim and Edmonds will not be affected by the change.
- A map and driving directions to The Polyclinic Madison Center can be found here.