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Washington Wellness Center

Washington Middle School Wellness Center provides free health care to all students regardless of students insurance or ability to pay. We provide both medical care and mental health counseling. Services include:

  • sports physicals
  • immunizations
  • treatment for illness
  • health education
  • much more!

Our team includes a Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health Counselor, Health Educator, and Office Coordinator. Referrals to community resources are available as needed. This includes referrals for health insurance, drug and alcohol treatment, mental health care, and chronic illness care.

Wellness Center Registration

To access services, parent/guardian(s) please complete the form below.

Schedule an Appointment

Students can be seen at the Wellness Center by Ms. Gorecki, our Nurse Practitioner or Ms. Seltzer, our School Based Counselor.

To schedule an appointment, please call 206-568-3327.

Wellness Center Goals

The Wellness Center’s goals are to provide early detection and treatment of illness, encourage students to live positive healthy lifestyles, and enhance family communication around health issues. We work collaboratively with teens, their family/guardian, the school, and our community.

Wellness Center News

Washington Wellness Center News – December 2022

Students can be seen at the Wellness Center by Ms. Gorecki, our Nurse Practitioner, or Ms. Seltzer, our Mental Health Counselor.  To schedule an appointment, call (206) 568-3327. Upcoming Groups […]

November 2022 Wellness Center Bulletin

Students can be seen at the Wellness Center by Ms. Gorecki, our Nurse Practitioner, or Ms. Seltzer, our Mental Health Counselor.  To schedule an appointment, call 206-568-3327.  Upcoming Groups  Gender […]

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Wellness Center October News

Schedule a Wellness Center Appointment, Upcoming Groups, Recommended Vaccines, Wellness Tip, Wellness Recipe


The Wellness Center is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente in partnership with Public Health—Seattle King County. School-based health centers are provided in part by voters of Seattle through the Families and Educational Levy.