Services at this location are open to students in Seattle.
We offer weekday appointments before, during and after school during the school year. We are closed when school is not in session, including holidays and summer break.
When the health center is closed, students and their families are welcome at any other neighborhood clinic for medical, dental and mental health services.
Services Update: After serving the Denny International Middle School community for 23 years, Neighborcare Health will no longer be the school-based health provider after this school year, with the last day of services on June 18, 2021. A search conducted by Public Health--Seattle & King County will begin right away for a new health center provider to serve Denny in the fall of the 2021-2022 school year. Read these frequently asked questions: English FAQs Spanish FAQs
If you are a patient at the Denny health center and have questions about your care, call 206-923-2809. You can also go to any Neighborcare Health community clinic. The closest is High Point.
Students can use any of our services after a parent or guardian completes and signs the registration forms for the school-based health center. Completed forms can be delivered by the student or parent, or mailed to the health center (address listed above).
Under state law, youth may independently access some health care without parental consent, including reproductive health and mental health services. Learn more about Washington state minor consent laws.
Registration forms are also available at the school-based health center.