Thank you to all of our staff and Public Health Reserve Corps (PHRC) volunteers who staffed the Seattle/King County Clinic at the end of October! With your help, the SKC Clinic provided free medical, dental, and vision services to nearly 4,500 patients in four days! And our immunizations staff provided free flu and Tdap vaccinations to over 1200 people!
We wish we had a photo of each of the over 275 PHRC volunteers, as well as all our staff who gave their time. Enjoy these beautiful photos by Auston James!
Friendly service from our PHRC volunteers!
PHRC helping at volunteer check-in
From the dental floor
The busy dental floor in Key Arena
King County Executive Dow Constantine, Public Health Seattle – King County Director Patty Hayes, John Merner of the Seattle Center, and volunteer leads for the SKC Clinic.
Foot and wound care
Public Health’s Preparedness section supplied key logistical support.
The immunizations team
Interpreters getting ready to hit the floor!
Connecting volunteer interpreters with patients
Public Health and volunteer staff at the patient intake area.
One of the leads for vision
Leads in the medical triage area
Volunteer medical staff
Public Health staff joined forces with artists to do comics journalism that told patients’ stories.
Public Health staff helping people find their way
Leads for the patient intake team
The pharmacy team!
Helping patients navigate through the giant Clinic
Early morning check-in!
Getting ready for vision patients
Delivering flu shots