Mar29

MultiCare opens Point Ruston Indigo Urgent Care Clinic

MultiCare expanded its line of high-end Indigo Urgent Care Clinics with a new location at scenic Point Ruston March 29, bringing together convenience and high-touch services to transform the health care experience for consumers.

The clinic is located at 5058 Main Street, Suite 100, Tacoma, WA 98407, and is open seven days a week, 8am-8pm.

The philosophy and design of Indigo Urgent Care clinics presents a new health care experience from the moment a patient walks in, catering to individuals who want high quality care — fast. Patients can schedule appointment times online, and upon arrival are met by a health care “concierge” who will see to their needs from the time they walk in the door, to the time they go on their way. The ambiance resembles a coffee shop with amenities such as complimentary coffee, water, Wi-Fi service and charging stations that create a relaxing environment.

Indigo clinics provide care for many conditions to include allergies, cold and flu symptoms, earaches, fevers, minor burns or bruises, minor fractures or sprains, rash or poison ivy, sore throat, skin complaints, school and sports physicals, minor allergic reactions and urinary tract infections.

Indigo Urgent Care is also unique compared to many other retail urgent care clinics in that it is a part of MultiCare, the largest provider of urgent care in the state. MultiCare is a network of hospitals, outpatient specialty centers and primary and urgent care clinics in Pierce, King, Thurston, Snohomish and Kitsap counties as well as a recent expansion to Spokane.

MultiCare opened its first Indigo Urgent Care clinic in Tacoma last June, followed by clinics in Tukwila, Covington, Mill Creek, the Wallingford and Rainier neighborhoods of Seattle, Tumwater, Issaquah, Lake Stevens, Olympia, Puyallup, Kirkland, Marysville, Lacey and Federal Way.


Book an appointment, or learn more about Indigo Urgent Care


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