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The clinic is also searching for volunteers to fill a range of functions and shifts during the event.

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One of the most significant (and free) healthcare events in the Pacific Northwest — Seattle/King County Clinic — is returning for its ninth year, providing free dental, medical, and vision care to anyone in the region who struggles to access and/or afford healthcare.

Clinic organizers are still in need of volunteers, including additional dental, medical, and eye care professionals, social workers, health insurance navigators, interpreters, and general support volunteers (ages 18+).

This year’s clinic will be held Thursday, Feb. 15-Sunday, Feb. 18 at Seattle Center. Learn more.

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