ZoomCare, a primary health care clinic, will be moving into the recently completed 7 Hills mixed-use complex in January. So far, only Queen Anne Dentistry has moved into the retail space on the ground floor, with other storefronts displaying “for lease” signs. ZoomCare will move into the space now occupied by the 7 Hills construction office, at the south end of the building at 1909 Queen Anne Ave N.
As of the January opening of the Queen Anne location, ZoomCare will operate four clinics in Washington – three in Seattle and one in Vancouver. One is already open on Capitol Hill, and a Wallingford location opens in December.
ZoomCare clinics provide primary care and have pharmacy dispensing services. The clinics are open 7 days a week, 362 days a year. Patients use a live scheduler to reserve a same-day, no-wait appointment, pay a flat price using insurance or self-pay and never receive a bill from ZoomCare.
If you’re curious about local patient experiences with ZoomCare, check out the Yelp reviews for the Capitol Hill location – they’re rated fairly well, with a quite a few 5 star reviews.
Co-founder and Co-CEO Dave Sanders, M.D. provided the following prepared statement:
“By bringing great care closer to the neighborhoods where Washington families live and work, we’re designing a modern healthcare system that puts patients first and gives them more control of their own health.”