Hello, Bothell! Indigo's now open
Now there’s a faster and better way to get care in Bothell.
From coughs and colds, to sprains and strains, Indigo Urgent Care Bothell is now open to provide the treatment you need, when you need it.
Located at 23131 Bothell Everett Highway, Suite B, Indigo Urgent Care is designed to meet the needs of busy families and residents in a setting that’s clean, modern and easy-to-use.
Along with our amazingly friendly staff, Indigo offers you the convenience of:
- Online appointment scheduling.
- Care available every day of the year, from 8 am to 8 pm, including holidays.
- Free, easy parking.
- Proximity to Bartell Drugs, PCC Community Markets and other local restaurants and businesses.
What we treat
Indigo Urgent Cares treat a wide variety of minor injuries and illnesses, including:
- coughs, colds and flu
- sore throats
- ear infections
- small cuts that may require stitches
- sprains and minor fractures
- and more
Digital X-ray and onsite lab tests are also offered, including COVID-19 testing by appointment. And for adults 19 and older, the flu vaccine is now available at all Indigo locations to protect you through the fall, winter and beyond. For a flu shot, simply walk in anytime between 8 am to 8 pm, and we'll quickly get you on your way.
Indigo accepts most insurance and offers a cash pay option for those without insurance coverage.
Five-star care, focused on you
Like all Indigos, our Bothell location was built with a focus on radically improving the care experience.
“We’re connecting Indigo’s 5-star care and service experience with the latest technology,” explains Ryan Fix, President, MultiCare Retail Health.
“We’re also relentless about listening to consumers and constantly innovating to make care better for them, including online scheduling and online care.”
The Bothell location is our 28th Indigo Urgent Care in Washington. In addition to recently opened sites in Auburn and Burien, Indigo plans to open new locations in Shoreline, Bonney Lake and Liberty Lake (near Spokane) later this year.