List of hospitals in Washington (state)

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This is a list of hospitals in the U.S. State of Washington, sorted by city and hospital name.

Hospitals[edit]

Hospital County City Bed count Trauma center Founded Notes
Grays Harbor Community Hospital Grays Harbor Aberdeen 70 III[1] 1959
Island Hospital Skagit Anacortes 43 III
Cascade Valley Hospital Snohomish Arlington 48 IV
Auburn Regional Medical Center King, Pierce Auburn 162 III
Overlake Hospital Medical Center King Bellevue 347 III 1960
St. Joseph Medical Center Whatcom Bellingham 253 III Catholic; restrictions apply. Member of PeaceHealth system.
Harrison Memorial Hospital Kitsap Bremerton 297 III Slated to become part of Franciscan in 2013.[2]
Naval Hospital Bremerton Kitsap Bremerton 40
Three Rivers Hospital Okanogan Brewster 35 IV 1959
Highline Medical Center King Burien 177 IV Slated to become part of Franciscan Health System[2]
Providence Centralia Hospital Lewis Centralia 133 IV Catholic; restrictions apply.
Lake Chelan Community Hospital Chelan Chelan 24 IV
St. Joseph's Hospital Stevens Chewelah 70 III
Tri-State Memorial Hospital Asotin Clarkston 25 IV
Whitman Hospital and Medical Center Whitman Colfax 25 V 1893
Providence Mount Carmel Hospital Stevens Colville 25 IV Catholic; restrictions apply.
Whidbey General Hospital Island Coupeville 25 III 1970
Lincoln Hospital Lincoln Davenport 25 V
Dayton General Hospital Columbia Dayton 25 V
Swedish Medical Center/Edmonds Campus Snohomish Edmonds 217 IV 1964
Kittitas Valley Community Hospital Kittitas Ellensburg 25 IV
St. Elizabeth Hospital King Enumclaw 38 V 1949 Catholic; requires all employees to follow the Ethical and Religious Directives as member of Franciscan Health System
Formerly Enumclaw Regional Hospital
Columbia Basin Hospital Grant Ephrata 50 V
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Snohomish Everett 468 (Colby and Pacific Combined) II 1994 Catholic; restrictions apply. Part of Providence Health & Services
St. Francis Hospital King Federal Way 110 IV 1987 Catholic; requires all employees to follow the Ethical and Religious Directives as condition of employment. Member of Franciscan Health System
Forks Community Hospital Clallam Forks 35 IV
PeaceHealth Peace Island Hospital San Juan Friday Harbor 10 Catholic; restrictions apply.
St. Anthony Hospital Pierce Gig Harbor 80 IV 2009 Catholic; restrictions apply. As member of Franciscan Health System, all employees are required to follow the Catholic Bishops' Ethical and Religious Directives as a condition of employment.
Klickitat Valley Health Services Klickitat Goldendale 17 IV
Coulee Medical Center Grant Grand Coulee 25 IV 1934
Ocean Beach Hospital Pacific Ilwaco 15 IV 1934
Swedish/Issaquah King Issaquah 120 [3]
Trios Health Benton Kennewick 111 III
Evergreen Healthcare King Kirkland 275 III
Fairfax Hospital King Kirkland 95 Psychiatric
St. Clare Hospital Pierce Lakewood 106 IV 1961 Catholic; restrictions apply. As member of Franciscan Health System, requires all employees to follow the Bishops' Ethical and Religious Directives[4] as a condition of employment
Cascade Medical Center Chelan Leavenworth 17 V
St. John Medical Center Cowlitz Longview 193 III Catholic; restrictions apply. Member of PeaceHealth system.
Mark Reed Hospital Grays Harbor McCleary 11 V
Eastern State Hospital Spokane Medical Lake 312 1891 Psychiatric
Valley General Hospital Snohomish Monroe 68 IV
Morton General Hospital Lewis Morton 25 IV
Samaritan Healthcare Grant Moses Lake 47 IV
Skagit Valley Hospital Skagit Mount Vernon 137 III 1958
Newport Community Hospital Pend Oreille Newport 75 IV
Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center Lincoln Odessa 48 V
Capital Medical Center Thurston Olympia 110 IV 1985
Providence St. Peter Hospital Thurston Olympia 390 III 1887 Catholic; restrictions apply.
Mid-Valley Hospital Okanagan Omak 30 IV 1963
Othello Community Hospital Adams Othello 25 V 1958
Lourdes Medical Center Franklin Pasco 25 IV
Garfield County Hospital District Garfield Pomeroy 25 V
Olympic Memorial Hospital Clallam Port Angeles 126 III 1951
Jefferson Healthcare Hospital Jefferson Port Townsend 25 IV 1890
Prosser Memorial Hospital Benton Prosser 25 IV
Pullman Memorial Hospital Whitman Pullman 25 IV
Good Samaritan Hospital Pierce Puyallup 275 III MultiCare Health Systems
Quincy Valley Medical Center Grant Quincy 25 V
Group Health Cooperative/Eastside Hospital King Redmond
Valley Medical Center King Renton 303 III Formed an alliance with the University of Washington in 2011
Ferry County Memorial Hospital Ferry Republic 25 V
Kadlec Regional Medical Center Benton Richland 232 III
Lourdes Counseling Center - Richland Benton Richland 32
East Adams Rural Hospital Adams Ritzville 20 V 1952
Seattle Children's King Seattle 250 1907
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center King Seattle
Group Health Cooperative/Central Hospital King Seattle 14
Harborview Medical Center King Seattle 413 I 1877 The only level I Trauma Center in WA state
Kindred Hospital Seattle King Seattle 50 (1st hill)
30 (northgate)
Two locations: First Hill and Northgate
Northwest Hospital King Seattle 281 IV 1960 Level 2 trauma rehab hospital
Regional Hospital for Respiratory and Complex Care King Seattle 31
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance King Seattle 20
Swedish Medical Center/Ballard Campus King Seattle 163
Swedish Medical Center/First Hill Campus King Seattle 697
Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill Campus King Seattle 385
University of Washington Medical Center King Seattle 450 1959
Virginia Mason Hospital King Seattle 336
VA Hospital King Seattle 429
Navos Health King Seattle Psychiatric. Formerly West Seattle Psychiatric Hospital
United General Hospital Skagit Sedro-Woolley 25 IV Lease agreement has been signed with PeaceHealth, a Catholic health system, which means restrictions will apply July 1, 2013.[5]
Mason General Hospital Mason Shelton 25 IV
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital King Snoqualmie 24
Willapa Harbor Hospital Pacific South Bend 15 IV
Deaconess Medical Center Spokane Spokane 307 III
Providence Holy Family Hospital Spokane Spokane 272 III Catholic; restrictions apply.
Sacred Heart Medical Center Spokane Spokane 644 II 1856 Catholic; restrictions apply.
Shriners Hospital for Children Spokane Spokane 30
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute Spokane Spokane 102 Rehab
Valley Hospital and Medical Center Spokane Spokane Valley 123
Sunnyside Community Hospital Yakima Sunnyside 25 IV
Allenmore Hospital Pierce Tacoma 130
Madigan Army Medical Center Pierce Tacoma 205 II 1944
Mary Bridge Children's Hospital & Health Center Pierce Tacoma 72 II 1955 MultiCare Health Systems
MultiCare Health System Pierce Tacoma
St. Joseph Medical Center Pierce Tacoma 343 II 1891 Catholic; all employees are required to adhere to the Catholic Bishops' Ethical and Religious Directions as a condition of employment. Member of Franciscan Health System
Tacoma General Hospital Pierce Tacoma 437 II 1882
Western State Hospital Pierce Lakewood 806 1871 Psychiatric
North Valley Hospital Okanogen Tonasket 25 IV
Toppenish Community Hospital Yakima Toppenish 63 IV 1951
Highline Community Hospital Specialty Center King Tukwila 30
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Clark Vancouver 450 II 1858 Catholic; restrictions apply. Member of PeaceHealth system.
Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital Clark Vancouver 194 2005[6]
Providence St. Mary Medical Center Walla Walla Walla Walla 87 III Catholic; restrictions apply.
Walla Walla General Hospital Walla Walla Walla Walla 72 III 1899 Seventh Day Adventist; restrictions may apply.
Central Washington Hospital Chelan Wentachee 206 III
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center Chelan Wentachee 20
Skyline Hospital Klickitat White Salmon 25 IV
Yakima Regional Medical and Heart Center Yakima Yakima 150 III
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital Yakima Yakima 222

Former hospitals[edit]

Hospital County City Bed count Trauma center Founded Closed Notes
Saint Cabrini Hospital[7] King Seattle 1916 1990[7] Was located at southwest corner of Boren and Madison.
City Emergency Hospital[8] King Seattle 1909 1951 Located in 400 Yesler Building.
Deer Park Hospital[9] Spokane Deer Park 24 2008[9][10]
Doctors Hospital King Seattle 1970s merged with Swedish Hospital
Gig Harbor Community Hospital Pierce Gig Harbor
Grace Hospital King Seattle 40 1887 1894
Group Health Eastside Hospital[10] King Redmond
New Wayside Emergency Hospital[11] King Seattle 1907 1913
Wayside Emergency Hospital[12] King Seattle 41 1899 1907 Located aboard paddle-wheel steamer Idaho; moved to Republican and 2nd Ave N and became New Wayside Emergency Hospital

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Washington State Trauma Services". Washington State Department of Health. May 4, 2010. Retrieved June 25, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Tollefson, Rodika (January 3, 2013). "Several milestones ahead for Harrison Medical Center in 2013". Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  3. ^ Ostrom, Carol M. (Feb 1, 2012). "Swedish alliance with Providence is now complete". Seattle Times. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  4. ^ "Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services". United States Conferences of Catholic Bishops. 
  5. ^ Stayton, Mark (November 15, 2012). "United General board approves alliance with PeaceHealth". Go Skagit. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  6. ^ "Regional Information - Clark County". Fort Vancouver Regional Library District. Retrieved June 28, 2012. 
  7. ^ a b King, Warren (October 25, 1990). "Saint Cabrini Hospital To Close Nov. 30". The Seattle Times. 
  8. ^ "400 Yesler Way: Seattle Municipal Building 1909-1916, Seattle Public Safety Building 1917-1951". HistoryLink.org. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 
  9. ^ a b Stucke, John (1 December 2007). "Deer Park Hospital closing". The Spokesman Review. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  10. ^ a b "Washington Hospital Closures, Openings, Mergers, and Acquisitions". Washington State Department of Health CHARS History document. Washington State Hospital Association. 
  11. ^ "400 Yesler Way: Seattle Municipal Building 1909-1916, Seattle Public Safety Building 1917-1951". HistoryLink.org. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 
  12. ^ "400 Yesler Way: Seattle Municipal Building 1909-1916, Seattle Public Safety Building 1917-1951". HistoryLink.org. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 

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