Hall Health Family Health Clinic
University of Washington Box 354410
Seattle, WA 98195-4410
Community Care Line (after hours)
New Pediatric Patients
Comprehensive Health Care
We provide primary care and preventative health services to patients of all ages, including but not limited to:
- Preventive health care such as annual exams, screening for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), cholesterol, cancer, and high blood pressure.
- Acute problems such as coughs, flu, sore throats, abdominal pain, bladder infections, etc. for infants, children, and adults.
- Routine gynecologic care such as pap smears, contraception, vaginal infections, and menstrual problems.
- Chronic problems such as asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, headaches and depression.
- Well child exams for newborns through the teen years. Immunizations are available during these scheduled visits.
The Family Health Clinic provides excellent outpatient health care and education for the entire family. We serve a patient population that is culturally diverse, and ranges in age from newborn through elderly. We offer a complimentary “meet and greet” appointment, providing an opportunity for parents to meet providers.
Our providers work closely with the following providers when referrals are needed:
- Seattle Children’s Hospital
- University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC)
- Other area hospitals
Meet the Team
- Mariann Carle, MD: Family Medicine, Unit Head
- Carmen Anderson-Kloth: Medical Assistant (MA)
- Marta Collins, RN, BSN: Nurse
- Marky Erhardt: Medical Assistant (MA)
- Mary Kauffman, MD, MPH: Family Medicine
- Gerald Rosellini, MD: Family Medicine
- Katherine (Kerry) Schultz, MN, ARNP: Family Nurse Practitioner
- Lemlem Tesfay: Medical Assistant (MA)
For our family health clinic parents: It can be hard to find good health information on the internet. Here are some health information websites that we trust. We hope you find this list useful.
- American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Information and resources for parents from the American Academy of Pediatrics
- Children’s Hospital and Regional Center Information and resources from Children’s
- EthnoMed Patient education materials available in various languages.
- Familydoctor.org: Health Information for the Whole Family – Health information from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
- Gun Safety Tips – Tips from Department of Social and Health Services
- Harborview Medical Center – Information about confidential testing for sexually transmitted diseases
- Health in Plain Terms: Tools for Patients and Other Consumers – Provides a listing of websites with tips to help you talk to your doctor, take care of health problems and stay healthy. (Puget Sound Health Alliance)
- HealthyChildren.org – Patient education materials for parents from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- Immunization Action Coalition – Vaccination information
- KidsHealth – Health information for kids, parents, and teens from the Numours Foundation
- Notice of Privacy Practices – Information regarding use and disclosure of protected health information
- Pandemic Flu Preparedness in King County – Information and resources from Public Health – Seattle & King County
- Parent Help 123 – Helps WA families to apply for state-sponsored health insurance and food stamps, and to find services in their community.
- ParentMap – Monthly magazine and online resource for Puget Sound parents
- Patient Education Online – Health information for children, teens, and parents from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
- Prevention Works in Seattle – A community coalition in northeast Seattle that gives parents and students the tools they need to avoid underage drinking.
- Recalls and Product Safety – Find information on child product and toy recalls and recall alerts from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.
- Public Health – Seattle & King County – Local government website provides a broad range of information on health topics that help our community stay safe from health threats, promote better health and help people get access to the health care they need.
- Seattle’s Child – Local magazine offers a listing of local events for families and practical parenting information
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases > Personal Health Questions – STD Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases Program: Where to get tested for STDs in King County – Information about confidential testing for sexually transmitted diseases in King County
- Tips and Tools for Healthy Living – Family health resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Can women patients be seen in the Family Health Clinic for both their female health concerns as well as other health problems such as asthma, sinusitis, etc?
How can I get in touch with my healthcare provider team?
I would like to use the Lactation Station at Hall Health. Who do I contact?
What services does Hall Health provide to students?
You are already eligible for many valuable health services, which are available at no further cost to UW students who pay the quarterly Services and Activity Fee along with their tuition:
- One visit per quarter for medical concerns (this excludes comprehensive physicals, specialty visits, and procedures)
- Preventive counseling and contraceptive advice
- Help if you’re in crisis
- Unlimited phone visits with our Consulting Nurses, including the After hours Community Careline Nurse for urgent medical problems
- Advice about HIV and other sexually transmitted disease exposures
- Reproductive health counseling
- Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) is a service for students who want to explore their alcohol use.
- Unlimited access to the Wellness Resource Center
- Blood pressure screening and consultation
- Help quitting smoking
- Secure, online access to your health team and personal health information through eCare
Fees and insurance
Fees are charged for follow-up visits, preventive care visits (such as routine physicals and annual exams), all procedures and specialty services (such as Mental Health, Physical Therapy, Travel Clinic, laboratory tests, x-rays, etc.). Most students (about 85%) have some form of health insurance, either through coverage via a family member or the UW Student Health Insurance Plan. In most cases, Hall Health Center can bill your insurance for services provided. To confirm your coverage, please contact your insurance company. For those without insurance, it is possible to set up a payment plan. See ourInsurance and Billing section for answers to your billing questions. Access to health care is easy, as appointments are usually available within 24 hours (same day whenever possible). Even without an appointment, you may be seen by one of our many Medical Providers or Consulting Nurses. See Your First Visit for more information.
Referrals are easily made for services not available here, as we are part of the UW Physicians Network, which includes the UW Medical Center, UWMC Roosevelt Clinic, Harborview Medical Center, and ten UW Physicians Neighborhood Clinics in the Seattle area. While you are here, take a tour of our web site, and come back again, as we add new information often. If you have a question, please contact us.