8-page PDF (see sidebar). Newly arrived refugees receive a domestic health screening examination within 90 days of arrival. This examination is provided by Public Health Seattle & King County (PHSKC) Refugee Screening Clinic. Following each visit, the clinic faxes a visit summary to the patient’s primary care provider (PCP). The PCP may see a client before or after the domestic health screening. For patients who moved to King County from another state, medical records may be requested from the screening clinic where the examination occurred. These guidelines reflect current screening practice in King County, WA as of 10/1/2015. Please note that refugees screened prior to this date or outside of King County may have received a different screening.