King County Health Departments (Washington)

King County Health Departments operate at the state, county, or local level, and they are responsible for monitoring public health. As part of this responsibility, Health Departments in King County, Washington may provide a range of services, including issuing birth certificates and death certificates. These records, which act as legal proof, contain personal information such as the date, time, and location of birth or death. These records may be required to apply for government services, carry out a will, or conduct genealogical research. King County Health Departments may also provide information on public health threats, health code violations, and disease tracking. They may also provide information about King County restaurant violations, unhealthy living conditions, and public health complaints. Health Departments provide access to their services and documents on their website.

Auburn Health Department Auburn WA 126 Auburn Avenue, Ste 400 98002 206-296-6855

Birch Creek Health Department Kent WA 13111 Southeast 274th Street 98030 206-296-4930

Kent Health Center Kent WA 25742 104th Avenue Southeast 98030 206-296-4500

King County Health Department Renton WA 900 Oakesdale Avenue Southwest 98057 206-296-4932

King County Health Department Federal Way WA 33431 13th Place South 98003 253-838-5140

King County Health Department Auburn WA 901 Auburn Way North, Ste A 98002 253-833-6971

King County Health Department Renton WA 10700 Southeast 174th Street, Ste 101 98055 206-296-4955

King County Health Department Seattle WA 10821 8th Avenue Southwest 98146 206-296-4646

King County Health Department Seattle WA 10501 Meridian Avenue North 98133 206-296-4912

Seattle / King County Department Of Public Health Seattle WA 401 5th Avenue 98104 206-296-4720

Seattle Health Department Seattle WA 999 3rd Avenue, Ste 700 98104 206-296-0100

Seattle Health Department Bellevue WA 14350 Southeast Eastgate Way 98007 206-296-4920

Seattle King County Health Department Bothell WA 10808 Northeast 145th Street 98011 206-296-9814

Shoreline Health Department Shoreline WA 1610 Northeast 150th Street 98155 206-418-5410

King County Departments of Aging provide services and programs to promote the health, safety, and independence of elderly people. Their services can include in-home care, adult daycare programs, family caregiver support, meal delivery services, and transportation services. They may also provide employment services to workers who are age 55 or older. The Department of Aging in King County, Washington may also maintain records on the abuse, neglect, or exploitation of the elderly, as well as regulating and licensing services for the elderly. They may also run senior companion programs, health and wellness programs, and protective services. The King County Department of Aging provides information about its services and information through its website.

King County Department of Aging Renton WA 600 Southwest 39th Street, Ste 155 98057 206-615-1855

Seattle Department of Aging Seattle WA 700 5th Avenue, Ste 5800 98104 206-684-0266

King County Coroners and Medical Examiners are responsible for determining the cause, time, and manner of death for a deceased person. They also maintain King County death records, which include information filed with the state or local government authorities. These records list information about how the deceased individual passed away, the time and place of death, and any personal information about the deceased, such as the person's name, date of birth, and age at death. Coroners and Medical Examiners in King County, Washington also keep reports on autopsies, cause of death investigations, and other reports made by their office. These King County public records may be available through the Coroner and Medical Examiner website.

Seattle Medical Examiner Office Seattle WA 908 Jefferson Street 98104 206-731-3232

King County Medicaid Offices are local branches of the federal Medicaid program, and they administer Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). A Medicaid Office in King County, Washington can help determine eligibility for Medicaid and CHIP, process applications for Medicaid and CHIP, and assist in enrolling new members. They also process Medicaid renewal applications, which may be required every year. Applicants must provide a Social Security number, proof of citizenship or immigration status, income verification, and other information on financial assets. Medicaid serves King County low-income individuals and families, low-income nursing home residents, and people with disabilities. Information on Medicaid and CHIP are available on the Medicaid Office website.

Seattle Washington Medicaid Office Seattle WA 1120 Cherry Street, 300 98104 206-215-2333