The Senior Care Clinic at Harborview provides primary care and consultative services for patients aged 65 years and older with a geriatric syndrome such as cognitive impairment, falls, gait instability, frailty, and/or functional decline. We emphasize chronic disease management and management of complex interacting medical problems. Care is provided by a multidisciplinary team representing geriatric medicine, psychiatry, pharmacy, nutrition, social work, and nursing. A foot care clinic, staffed by an ARNP, is available to Senior Care patients.
Staff also provides one-on-one teaching about safety issues relevant to seniors, such as fall assessment and prevention, using medications safely and conditions such as hypertension and diabetes. Health education is also available through the Harborview Patient and Family Resource Center.
Consultations specifically for falls/gait instability can be requested from our Falls Clinic, which takes place twice a week. Services include comprehensive assessment of fall risk factors, development of a management plan for identified risk factors and follow-up to encourage adherence to recommendations.
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Carol Crawford, PharmD
Carol Lawrence, ARNP
Clinic Nurse Coordinator:
Clinic Medical Director:
May Reed MD, FACP
Clinic Practice Manager:
Carol Egan-Davis, MHA, M
Elmer Elegado, MSW, LICSW
Clinic Location and Mailing Address:
Third floor of the West Clinic Wing (3WC), Harborview Medical Center
Harborview Medical Center, 325 9th Ave., Box 359860, Seattle WA 98104-2499
Parking is available in the garage off Alder Street, open from 8 am to 8 pm, seven days a week.
There is no entrance after 5 pm (exit only).
Physician Providers: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
ARNP Provider: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Making an Appointment:
Appointments can be made by calling (206) 744-4191.
Please call us if you are running late or unable to make your appointment.
Care After Hours:
If you are sick after hours, please call (206) 744-4191 to reach our Patient Contact Center Staff.
Care in an Emergency:
Call 911 if you require immediate medical care.