During this time of public health emergency, Drs Richter and McManus are here to support you. To comply with recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus, we will be seeing patients via Telemedicine. You can see Dr. Richter and Dr. McManus
Here are some helpful videos and information regarding COVID-19, how to prevent the spread of the virus, symptoms to look for, and what to do if you think that you have been exposed.
Q:What are the symptoms of the novel Corona Virus 2019?
A:--Symptoms are fever over 100.4, dry cough, shortness of breath.

Q: I have a runny nose and a cough, do I have the coronavirus?
A:--Most likely you do not as symptoms do not include upper respiratory symptoms in most cases.

Q: I think I might have the virus, what should I do?
A--Stay home, rest, manage your symptoms. You do not need to go to the hospital or the doctor in most cases. If you have respiratory distress and cannot breathe, contact your medical provider for further action.

Do you feel like you have symptoms? You can use the CDC Symptom Self Check to help determine if you have the virus or not. Click the button to learn more.
CDC Symptom Self Checker

Q: If I need to be tested, where can I go for testing?
A:--Please see file below for a list of testing facilities in King and Snohomish Counties. Please check before going to any one of these​.

List of Corona Virus Testing Facilities - Download File

Keep tract of new cases throughout the United States and World with the links below:
John's Hopkins created an interactive world counter that tracks cases of COVID-19

COVID-19 Counter World Cases
Interactive up to date information on cases within the United States detailed per state.