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Do you know someone who has recently been diagnosed with arthritis? Anthony Krajcer, MD, The Polyclinic board certified rheumatologist is leading a free community wide lecture ‘So You Have Arthritis, Now What?’ on August 2nd from 6-7:30 pm at the Swedish Cherry Hill Campus. The class is for those with arthritis symptoms who want to learn about the types of arthritis and grain a greater understanding of their symptoms and treatment approaches.
SEATTLE, Wash. – As part of The Polyclinic’s continued growth, the clinic hired 12 new physicians this summer. Each physician brings a new set of skills and offers patients greater heath care options and access.
Don’t let a fall get you down! The community is invited to join The Polyclinic for a free Fall Prevention Open House on Wednesday, October 29 from 1 – 4 pm at The Polyclinic First Hill, 1145 Broadway, in our general staff conference room on the first floor. Professionals from several disciplines will be on hand to screen participants and offer helpful tips on preventing falls and the injuries that often
The Polyclinic-sponsored Living Your Best in the Northwest seminars continue to take place in April. Registration is still open and reservations are being taken at 206-860-4754. Geared toward Polyclinic patients, the lectures are also open to the public.
Treatment for Varicose and Spider Veins Postponed. Please check back for updates.
According to the Washington State Department of Health, flu cases are increasing throughout the state, including the Seattle area. “With flu season picking up, it’s important to remember that we can protect ourselves and our loved ones with a flu shot,” said Washington Secretary of Health Mary Selecky.