(206) 329-4444 Fax
901 Boren Ave Suite 705
Seattle, WA 98104
Capitol Hill Medical is an LGBTQ focused clinic that exists to serve the unique medical needs of the Seattle LGBTQ community. We are LGBTQ doctors and LGBTQ clinicians in Seattle offering primary care services to gays, lesbians, bisexuals, trans,* and queer patients. We are also certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine as HIV specialists, and offer hormone therapy to our trans* patients who are in transition.
Our goal is to improve the health and well-being of our patients by offering the highest quality evidence-based medicine in a setting of open acceptance. We feel that the best medicine is practiced when patients feel comfortable coming out of all of their closets - there are usually more than one. Gay, Lesbian, Trans*, and those patients in between often have significant distrust of the medical community - the result of an inability to relate to their providers, or the fear of being judged. Finding an LGBTQ doctor in Seattle can also be a challenge, as our friends and loved ones have told us.
Run by LGBTQ doctors and providers, with the friendliest staff around, our mission is to create a clinic where you feel safe, celebrated, and healthy. Ultimately, we believe that compassion begins with self-identity, and have founded our clinic to model acceptance, open and honest healthcare, and to provide answers for the unique issues that we face in our lives.
(The use of Trans* on this website is intended to include multiple transgender, intersex, and gender-nonconforming identities.)
Monday - Thursday 9am to 4:30pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-1pm)
Friday 9am to 2pm
Parking: There is ample parking available for the building for a reasonable fee. However, we won't be able to validate.
Click here for LabCorp locations nearby (our contract laboratory.)
At Capitol Hill Medical, we accept most major insurances and many smaller insurance companies, for example:
Below is a list of some things to consider whether you are a current patient or would like to become a patient at CHM.
Please keep in mind that we also offer procedures which are not reimbursed by insurance. For these we accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. Please read our ‘Statement of Financial Responsibility' document located in the section below for a more detailed explanation of CHM financial policies.
For your first visit we ask that you bring your insurance card and photo ID. We scan these in on a yearly basis and whenever you switch insurances. We will also need you to spend a few minutes filling out a brief intake questionnaire, a HIPAA form (detailing your rights with regard to Health Information Privacy), a Statement of Financial Responsibility form, and a Release of Information form so that we may retrieve medical records from any previous providers. Please print out the forms below and bring them with you to your first appointment, or you can arrive at least 15 minutes early for your initial visit, and our staff will give you the paperwork to fill out before your appointment starts. Please arrive on time as our appointments start right at their scheduled start time.
To save time, please print out the following forms and bring them with you:
When you require specialized consultation, we will work with you to identify which specialist would best address your needs and send the appropriate medical records to their office. To maintain continuity of care we will request, and ensure that we receive, an update from the consultant. We do ask that you be familiar with the requirements of your insurance plan regarding specialist care, and we will make every accommodation to match those requirements.
If you still have refills remaining, it's as simple as calling the pharmacy where you originally filled the prescription. If you have no more refills available, please request a refill through your patient portal account, or have your pharmacy fax a refill request to our office at 206-329-4444 and allow 24-72 hours for us to respond. All prescription medications require some level of patient safety monitoring. It may be as simple as reviewing with your provider any side effects you may be experiencing, but often can require lab tests for checking on the health of your body as it responds to the medication. Your provider will dispense enough medication to last until the next time you need monitoring.