Everett Residents Among Volunteers Staffing Free Mobile Clinics in Western Washington

Everett resident volunteers with MercyWatch

Several residents working in the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine residency program in Everett were featured in a story by KING 5 News in Seattle. The story highlights the outreach work by MercyWatch, a non-profit that helps the unhoused where they live.

MercyWatch has become one of the largest free mobile clinics helping the homeless in Western Washington. The organization is 100% run by volunteers, most of whom are medical professionals at Providence Swedish or other Providence medical centers in the area.

Riley Brazil, MD, MPH, an internal medicine resident at the WSU residency program at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, is one of the volunteers for MercyWatch shown in the story.

Click the links below to watch the KING 5 story or learn more about MercyWatch.