UW Medicine Accountable Care Network transitions to Embright January 1, 2022
What is an Accountable Care Network?
In this type of network, patients are at the center of a coordinated team of providers for primary, urgent and specialty care. Primary care providers focus on wellness and disease prevention Urgent care is available when needed. When referrals to specialists are necessary, your providers closely communicate and coordinate your care to achieve the best possible outcomes.
The UW Medicine Accountable Care Network (ACN) is the most comprehensive healthcare network in Washington. Our network is made up of some of the region’s leading healthcare organizations and includes the full range of healthcare services, from preventive and primary care to the most advanced complex and specialty care available.
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus): If you have symptoms such as a fever, new cough,new shortness of breath or other symptoms, contact your doctor by phone or eCare before coming in to a clinic or hospital. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, UW Medicine hospitals have suspended routine visiting until the transmission is no longer a threat to our community. For more information, call the hotline at +1.855.520.2285 or read our FAQ.
Why Choose Us
The UW Medicine Accountable Care Network prioritizes the patient experience while providing high quality care.
Mental Health CareConnect
Open to Boeing employees and their families who live in Washington, Mental Health CareConnect provides free, confidential consultation for behavioral and mental health conditions and concerns. Our trained Patient Navigator will connect you via phone to a psychiatrist or psychologist within one business day, and often the same day.
The Patient Navigator can also help you find a community mental health provider based on your needs. Care is provided by UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s psychiatrists and psychologists. The service is available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm at 206.520.CARE (2273).
This is not a crisis or suicide hotline.
If you or a family member is suicidal, you should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.