Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

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Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Providence Health & Services
Providence Everett - Colby Campus.jpg
The Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower, part of the Colby Avenue campus
Location Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, United States
Coordinates 48°00′04″N 122°12′20″W / 48.0011°N 122.2056°W / 48.0011; -122.2056Coordinates: 48°00′04″N 122°12′20″W / 48.0011°N 122.2056°W / 48.0011; -122.2056
Care system Medicare/Medicaid/Charity/Public
Hospital type General
Emergency department Yes; Level II trauma center
Beds 468 (Colby Campus & Pacific Campus combined)
Founded March 1, 1994 (by the merger of Providence Hospital, established in 1905 and Everett General Hospital, established in 1894 by the Everett Women's Book Club
Website PRMCE Website
Lists Hospitals in Washington

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, colloquially known as "Prov Everett", is a full-service medical center and the flagship hospital of Providence Health & Services, the largest faith-based healthcare system in the Northwestern United States. It regularly serves patients from Snohomish County, Skagit County, Whatcom County, Island County, and San Juan County, Washington. Its two campuses are located at 1321 Colby Avenue (Colby Campus) and 916 Pacific Avenue (Pacific Campus) in Downtown Everett, Washington,

Providence Everett has over 3,000 employees and approximately 1,000 physicians on staff. It is currently licensed for 468 beds[1] following the completion of the $500 million, 12-story, 680,000 square foot Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower in June 2011.


Providence Regional Medical Center Everett was created from a merger between Providence Hospital and General Hospital Medical Center.

Providence Hospital first opened in 1905, after the Sisters of Providence purchased the Monte Cristo hotel and converted it into a hospital with 75 beds. It was staffed by 11 Sisters and 3 other employees. In its first year, the new hospital served over 400 patients. In 1923, the Sisters of Providence borrowed $200,000 and built a new hospital with 126 beds adjacent to the old site. It underwent a further $14.5 million renovation in 1962.

General Hospital was founded by the Women's Book Club of Everett in 1894, the cornerstone being laid in an existing building at 3322 Broadway. In 1923, a group of businessmen rallied the community and raised $150,000 to purchase a new site and construct a modern hospital with 74 beds, which opened in 1924. It further expanded to 127 beds in 1949, and a seven-story, $782,000 patient care tower was completed in 1965. In 1990, The hospital elected to change its name to General Hospital Medical Center.

In 1994, under the sponsorship of Providence Health & Systems (then called Sisters of Providence Health Systems), Providence Hospital and General Hospital Medical Center merged becoming Providence General Medical Center. The name was changed again in 2000 to Providence Everett Medical Center. In 2002, the five-story Pavilion for Women and Children opened at the Pacific campus. It was followed by the establishment of Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic in 2004. In 2007, Providence partnered with local care providers to open the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership, offering comprehensive outpatient oncology programs. In 2008, to better reflect its role in the area, the hospital changed its name to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.[2] To this day, both campuses resulting from the merger are still in operation, General Hospital as the Colby Campus and Providence Hospital as the Pacific Campus.

PRMCE is one of a handful of Level II trauma centers in Washington state. It currently has the busiest emergency room in the northwestern United States.


Colby Campus

  • Critical and Acute Care
  • ICU and CCU
  • Surgery
  • Telemetry
  • Emergency Department
  • Cardiac Surgery Single Stay Unit

Pacific Campus

  • Outpatient surgeries with the ability to allow for overnight stays
  • Transitional and long term care
  • Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapies
  • Inpatient and outpatient recovery programs for chemical dependency
  • Children's health and developmental care

Pavilion for Women and Children (Pacific Campus)

  • The Family Maternity Center
  • Newborn Intensive Care Unit
  • The Pavilion Boutique
  • Children's Center and Seattle Children's Everett
  • The Breast Center

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic

  • Quality access to care for those who have difficulty due to cost
  • Compassionate professionals and volunteers
  • Range of basic healthcare services

Providence General Foundation

  • Raise funds to promote health and wellness through Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

Providence Hospice and Home Care of Snohomish County

  • Management of health care problems and life-threatening illnesses
  • Trained staff offers physical, emotional, and spiritual support
  • End-of-life care

Providence Medical Group

  • Primary Care and after-hours walk-in clinics
  • Extensive range of specialty care
  • Convenient locations throughout Snohomish County

Providence Regional Cancer Partnership

  • Collaboration between four leading medical groups
  • All aspects of outpatient cancer care under one roof
  • Most sought-after technology available in Puget Sound region
  • Commission on Cancer (CoC) accredited program[3]


In 2012 Providence Regional Medical Center Everett was recognized in:

The hospital is also the recipient of several HealthGrades awards.[9]

  • 5 Overall Hospital Awards in Emergency Medicine (2011, 2010), Patient Safety (2011, 2010), and Distinguished Hospitals for Clinical Excellence (2010)[10]
  • 4 Specialty Excellence Awards in Critical Care (2012, 2011, 2010), and Stroke Care (2010)[11]


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