State-of-the-art doesn’t have to be cold and colorless.
When a patient enters a Kinwell location, they'll know every decision has been made with their comfort in mind. Kinwell lobbies are colorful and feature local works of art. Our exam rooms are designed for communication. Medical equipment is neatly tucked away. With fewer distractions, the attention is focused on patient concerns.
Seattle’s favorite maritime neighborhood.
1416 NW Ballard Way
Seattle, WA 98107
Ballard is one of Seattle’s most vibrant residential communities. With origins in fishing and timber, the community is still home to maritime industries around Salmon Bay. The old town boasts century-old buildings while new apartments rise just blocks away. Ballard is home to the new Nordic Museum, Shilshole Marina, Golden Gardens Park, and the Hiram Chittenden Locks that raise and lower ships between Lake Union and Puget Sound.
Suburban living just minutes from Seattle.
19723 Hwy 99
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Lynnwood is located 16 miles north of downtown Seattle and is part of Washington state’s largest metropolitan area with a population of over four million. At the same time, Lynnwood offers the benefits of small town living in south Snohomish County, with easy access to the Olympic Peninsula through the Edmonds Ferry Terminal. Light rail service will soon connect Lynnwood with downtown Seattle and the Sea-Tac Airport.
A growing residential community northeast of Seattle.
13206 Bothell Everett Hwy
Mill Creek, WA 98012
Mill Creek is a growing city in Snohomish County, just 20 miles northeast of Seattle. The city began as planned community surrounding the Mill Creek Country Club, one of the finest golf courses in the state. Through steady growth and annexation, Mill Creek is now part of the Everett and Lynnwood metropolitan area, at the northern end of the even larger Seattle metropolitan area. The Mill Creek Town Center offers retail and restaurants, and the city boasts excellent schools, 10 parks, and 23 miles of community trails.
A vibrant city in the heart of Washington’s wine region.
7505 Sandifur Parkway
Pasco, WA 99301
Pasco is located in southeast Washington, where the mighty Columbia River is joined by the Yakima and Snake rivers. With almost 300,000 people, the tri-cities area (Pasco, Kennewick, Richland) boasts livable communities, abundant recreation, and 300 days of sunshine a year. The region is home to numerous wineries, summer festivals, and vibrant mix of urban and rural living.
A center of industry on the shores of Lake Washington.
710 N 10th St
Renton, WA 98057
Renton is located 12 miles south of Seattle on the shore of Lake Washington, a center of sailing and watersports in Washington state. With a population of over 100,000, the city is part of the Seattle metropolitan area with a population of over four million. Renton is home to major industries including Boeing and Paccar, as well as healthcare and technology companies.
South Lake Union
The ever-changing home of Seattle's tech industry.
520 Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98109
South Lake Union is the center of Seattle’s tech industry. Located just north of downtown on the south shore of Lake Union, “South Lake” is home to Amazon, Google, Facebook, and a who’s who of tech and bio-tech innovators. It’s also home to the Museum of History and Industry, the Center for Wooden Boats, and plenty of bars and restaurants with views of the Space Needle and Seattle’s growing skyline. Just blocks away is the Seattle Center, downtown’s biggest park and home of the Seattle Storm and the city’s new NHL franchise, the Seattle Kraken.
A scenic valley along the Columbia and Wenatchee Rivers.
201 Valley Mall Parkway
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Wenatchee and East Wenatchee are located 150 miles east of Seattle, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. With a regional population of 100,000, the “Apple Capital of the World” offers the perfect balance of city-living and natural beauty. Bike or walk along the banks of the Columbia River. Explore the stalls of produce and crafts at the Public Market. Visit the small businesses, unique shops, and restaurants of historic downtown.
The center of Washington's agricultural heartland.
2706 W Nob Hill Blvd
Yakima, WA 98902
Yakima, located 150 miles southeast of Seattle, is the center of the state’s most productive agricultural region. With a population of over 250,000, the Yakima Valley boasts easy access to the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier National Park. A 10-mile walking and biking trail follows the Yakima River. The area boasts some of the finest wineries and farm-to-table dining in the state.