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A new kind of healthcare is coming our way.

By Seattle Mag

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This post is sponsored.

November 16, 2022

If you call Seattle home, you already know that a healthy, active lifestyle is a big part of
what makes our city great—and that feeling good is what living your best life is all about.
That’s why Seattle is the latest destination for Crossover Health, innovative healthcare that’s changing the game for employers and employees alike. And with state-of-the-art Care Centers now in Westlake and Bellevue, we’re glad to be here!

Building a community of caring for Seattle.
More than a decade ago, Crossover Health was built on a foundation of trusted patient/provider relationships and a model of integrated, whole-person care. Crossover’s team-based approach connects primary care, mental health, physical medicine, health coaching and care navigation. Known as Primary Health, our proven care model ensures that every patient has a designated team of providers available to them virtually or in-person – whenever and wherever they need it.

Getting well and staying that way.
It goes without saying that not being sick should never be good enough. With an ongoing commitment to preventive care and wellness principles, Crossover helps patients set goals, monitor progress and maintain the highest levels of health and wellbeing.

Our approach to outcomes- based care means delivering concrete results and measurable value. Better outcomes in fewer visits is the Crossover way.

About Crossover Health
Crossover Health is a leader in delivering value-based hybrid care. With a focus on wellbeing and prevention that extends beyond traditional sick care, Crossover builds trusted relationships with employee communities and surrounds them with care—in-person, virtually, anytime. For more information visit


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