Seattle Children's Hospital is both a community hospital for greater Seattle and the pediatric referral center for the Northwest providing excellent pediatric care to meet the medical, surgical and developmental needs of children in the WWAMI region. Serving as the main clinical training site for pediatric residents, this 250-bed hospital is conveniently located one and one-half miles from the University of Washington campus in an attractive, residential neighborhood of Seattle. The staff consists of University faculty and Seattle Children's full-time physicians, as well as private practicing physicians from the Seattle area.
The King County Juvenile Detention health clinic is responsible for the medical and mental health care needs of youth while they are detained in Juvenile Detention. Fellows work alongside clinic staff and faculty to manage health concerns including acute illness, injury, sexually transmitted diseases, drug intoxication, pregnancy, and chronic illnesses such as diabetes.
Harborview Medical Center is one of the nationís leading academic medical centers and the only Level I adult and pediatric trauma and burn center serving Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. The medical center is owned by King County and managed by the University of Washington. Harborview has a specific mission to care for the communityís most vulnerable patients. Fellows participate in training activities in the Harborview STD and Adolescent Medicine Clinics.
The Country Doctor Free Teen Clinic is dedicated to providing for the health care needs of homeless and street involved youth between the ages of 13-23 years at no cost. Medical services are provided in two weekly evening clinics by Adolescent Medicine faculty and fellows.
Group Health is an integrated health care system that includes 26 full-service medical centers throughout the Puget Sound region, in Spokane, and in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Fellows participate in a rotation in the Teen Pregnancy and Parenting Clinic a multidisciplinary clinic that provides prenatal care, labor and delivery management, postpartum care, and well-child care up to age 2 for pregnant teens and their children in the Seattle region. They also participate in the The Adolescent Center a multidisciplinary team clinic for adolescents aged 11 to 18 who are experiencing complex medical, social, academic, emotional, or behavioral issues.
Other training sites include: community-based School-Based Health Clinics and Sports Medicine Clinics.