UW Medicine care team members performed contact tracing and surveillance testing for all patients and staff on the unit and were able to quickly isolate cases. Commitment and support fr… Do you have an eCare (patient) account that you would like to use to schedule? Statement from UW Medicine: UW Medical Center – Northwest has traced details related to a group of recent COVID-19 infections among patients and team members in an inpatient unit. EMTALA UW Medicine’s Compliance program is based on the following elements: 1. Please do not call our contact center or clinics to ask about vaccine availability. Pay the attendant as you leave. All vaccination appointments need to be made through your eCare account. To prevent unvaccinated people from getting sick, it's important to continue washing your hands, wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart and limiting gatherings until enough people have received the vaccine. Call the clinic at [clinic_phone_display]. You may have many questions about getting vaccinated. Most people will not experience side effects that prevent daily activity. Enter from N.E. Apply to Food Service Worker, Nursing Assistant, Operator and more! UW Medicine Human Resources - Nurse Recruiting, UW Medical Center - Montlake, UW Medicine Human Resources – UW Medical Center – Northwest 206-668-1782 eotewalt@uw.edu UW Medicine’s patient portals (like eCare) will merge into one new and improved patient portal called MyChart. We will update this webpage with new information as it becomes available. Washington state has joined other western states, the Western States Scientific Review Group, to do an additional expert review of the clinical trials' results to make sure the vaccine is ready for distribution. Pacific St., Seattle, WA 98195. If you are an existing eCare user, you won’t need to do anything to switch to MyChart — eCare will automatically update to MyChart for you. Possible Changes to Reserve Nurse Requirements. Reach the valet service at 206.598.0177. You get protection against the disease without having to get sick. UW Medicine is currently vaccinating community healthcare workers and first responders that work in a healthcare setting. Right now, we are not scheduling patients for the COVID-19 vaccine or taking names for a waiting list. 206-543-2354. .uwm-image-hero__heading::after { CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION,