ZOOM+Care opens in Bellevue’s Lincoln Square

ZOOM+Care, the Portland-based on-demand health clinic, will be expanding to Bellevue.

The company announced plans to expand its retail and digital healthcare services in Puget Sound. This week the company is opening two additional neighborhood clinics in Bellevue and Capitol Hill, and it plans to open three more in the greater Seattle area by the end of the year. With these new clinics, ZOOM+Care will own and operate 12 clinics in Seattle and 28 in Portland, Oregon.

In addition to the neighborhood clinics, ZOOM+Care will bring its popular ChatCareTM to Seattle. Accessible on ZOOM+Care’s industry-leading web and iOS app, ChatCareTM provides complete diagnosis and treatment via online chat with ZOOM+Care doctors.

“Seattle has contributed some of the world’s most transformative innovations across technology, merchandising, art, and design. It’s a natural fit for ZOOM+Care’s growing retail and digital healthcare solution,” said Dave Sanders, M.D., co-founder and CEO of ZOOM+Care. “We’re excited to help more Seattleites bypass the outmoded care systems and Zoom their way to better health.”

ZOOM+Care opened its first neighborhood clinic in Portland, Oregon in 2006, and its first Seattle clinic in 2010. ZOOM+Care is known for its trademark Perfect VisitTM with famous features including online scheduling, 96% on-time starts, timeline with complete visit history, on-site pharmacy and labs, and online care via ChatCareTM. It offers more than 1200 same-day urgent, primary and specialist visits, and provides hundreds of online chats each week.

The Bellevue location will be at Lincoln Square, 10425 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, 98004 and will be open Monday -through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Visit https://www.zoomcare.com/clinic/zoomcare-bellevue for more information.

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