Silverton Hospital

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Silverton Hospital
Silverton Hospital entrance - Silverton, Oregon.JPG
Entrance
Geography
Location Silverton, Oregon, United States
Organization
Care system Community-owned, non-profit
Hospital type General medical and surgical
Services
Emergency department Level IV trauma center
Beds 48
History
Founded 1917
Links
Lists Hospitals in Oregon

Silverton Hospital is a non-profit regional hospital located in Silverton, Oregon. Founded in 1917, the 48-bed facility moved to its current location in 1938. The hospital includes a Level IV trauma center, a 24-hour emergency room, a birth center, and diagnostic imaging.[1]

It is part of the Silverton Health medical group, which also includes five primary-care clinics in Marion County, Oregon, two specialist centers and the Woodburn Health Center, an urgent care and outpatient surgery facility in Woodburn, Oregon.

Since 2008, Silverton Hospital earned recognition each year with the Press Ganey Summit Award,[2][3][4][5] which is give to hospitals ranked in the top 5 percent for clinical performance and patient satisfaction.[6]

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Coordinates: 44°08′43″N 120°35′00″W / 44.1454°N 120.5834°W / 44.1454; -120.5834