Your first appointment

At your first appointment, we recommend that you bring a friend or family member with you to help keep track of the information that your team will be giving you.

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Important notices


For updated information on COVID-19 Coronavirus as it relates to our clinics and community, please view here

Travel noticeTravel notice

Please allow extra time for your commute to SCCA South Lake Union, as there are various construction projects near the clinic. View road closures here

Forms you need for your first appointment

Please download, print, and complete the forms below and bring it with you to your first appointment. We'll review it and answer any questions when you come in.

Medication History Form (PDF)

General reminders and suggestions

Below is a checklist to help you prepare for your appointment. If you have any questions, please contact your patient care coordinator.

Preventing colds and the flu

To protect the safety and well-being of all SCCA patients, please read the below guidelines before your first visit. Caregivers should not come to the clinic with cold and flu symptoms.

What to bring
  • Any records or imaging CDs as requested by your patient care coordinator
  • Your insurance card
  • A book or magazine to help pass the time between appointments
Directions and parking

Parking is available in the SCCA garage. The cost is up to $4.00 per day with validation. We have been informed by the Seattle Department of Transportation that a project affecting streets near the SCCA South Lake Union clinic may further increase commute times. 

  • Be sure to take note of your appointment time.
  • Don't forget to complete the forms above and bring them with you to your appointment.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.


Your patient portal
Your patient portal
SCCA's patient portal is MyChart. Patients can use MyChart to access medical records, message providers, view test results and more.
SCCA Patient Resource Guide
SCCA Patient Resource Guide

The SCCA Patient Resource Guide is a 36-page PDF document that provides information for new patients and caregivers on preparing for your appointment, important phone numbers, maps, amenities and more. 

Orienting yourself at SCCA

Below is information that you may find helpful in orienting yourself to SCCA. View or print and read at your leisure.