Meridian Center for Health Breaks Ground North of Green Lake

September 9, 2014 10:49am

The recent groundbreaking of the Meridian Center For Health with Sen. David Frockt (46th District) on left and Mark Secord, Executive Director, Neighborcare Health on the right.

While it’s a year away from opening, a new health care facility could expand care access to affordable care for Seattle’s low income north end residents a few miles north of Green Lake. The new center will be located at 10501 Meridian Avenue North and is slated to open in Fall 2015.

Last week the project, in partnership with Neighborcare Health, Public Health and Valley Cities mental health treatment, did a ground breaking and tree planting ceremony to kick off the new site that is slated to be 44,000 square feet.

The new Meridian Center for Health will preserve care for 7,000 patients and double access to allow future patients an option for affordable care (according to the company’s press release).

The Center will offer a number of services for low-income families including primary medical, dental health and mental health services.

The project is partially funded, but is looking to raise $3 million in additional funds. For more information about this project, go to: