Residents and visitors rest assured that their health is in good hands with the abundance of medical care providers available in the Valley.
Some of the nation’s best care providers are drawn to the Valley for its growing economy, the natural beauty and state-of-the-art medical facilities.
Central Washington Hospital
Central Washington Hospital is more than a community hospital. It is the major medical facility and referral center for North Central Washington. Dedicated to the delivery of excellent, cost-effective health care, Central Washington Hospital stands out amongst its peers as a financially well-managed institution.
Central Washington Hospital provides quality medical care to residents of North Central Washington – right here at home. Like local schools, businesses and churches, a community hospital is a key resource that enhances the quality of life where we live and work.
Services include inpatient and outpatient surgery, cardiac program, coronary and intensive care, respiratory care, oncology, dialysis, neonatal nursery, home health and hospice, regional trauma emergency department, skilled nursing and rehabilitative services such as cardio-pulmonary, physical, speech, and occupational therapies.
With more than 240 physicians on its medical staff, representing 32 specialties, Central Washington Hospital provides major programs such as acute care, ambulatory services, orthopedic services, neurology and maternal and child health care. In addition, The Heart Center provides patients with a full range of cardiac services, from diagnosis to open-heart surgery. For more information about Central Washington Hospital visit www.cwhs.com or call (509) 662-1511.
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center
Established in 1940, Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is a large rural healthcare delivery system with a regional focus and a commitment to serve patient needs. With nearly 300 physicians and mid-level practitioners, WVMC provides primary care to area residents and also draws patients from throughout the region for specialty care.
There are clinics in eight communities and a small hospital on our Wenatchee campus. Wenatchee Valley Hospital is a licensed 20-bed facility which serves medical, surgical and acute rehabilitation patients. Surgeons perform 130 to 150 procedures each week in 9 operating rooms, and 85% of the surgery patients go home the same day. The hospital is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and includes a nine-room Emergency
Department. The hospital does not include an intensive care unit. In addition to the Wenatchee campus, there are regional clinics in Cashmere, East Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Omak, Oroville, Royal City and Tonasket.
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center actively supports the communities it serves and their quality of life through our community support program and individual efforts as involved community members. At Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, patients still come first. Always have, always will.
Our mission at Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is to provide our patients with the highest quality healthcare and service in a friendly and caring atmosphere. Our organization is also committed to assisting in the development of one of the nation’s best rural healthcare delivery systems. For more information about WVMC visit: www.wvclinic.com call (509) 663-8711.
Columbia Valley Community Health
Columbia Valley Community Health is a primary care practice offering medical services and prenatal care. Community Health also provides maternity support services and educational services for patients with selected chronic diseases. Radiology, clinical laboratory services and a pharmacy are on-site as well. For more information visit www.cvch.org or call (509) 662-6000.
Established in 1989, Columbia Pediatrics specializes in the care of infants, children and adolescents. All pediatricians are board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. Physicians and nurses diagnose and treat health problems in addition to providing primary and preventive care.
Columbia Pediatrics is conveniently located on the Central Washington Hospital campus at 933 Red Apple Road , Ste. C and offers evening and weekend hours to care for urgent problems. For more information visit www.columbiapediatrics.net or call (509) 663-8767.
Eye & Ear Clinic of Wenatchee
The Eye & Ear clinic provides specialized care for diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. The clinic employs specialists in the areas of ophthalmology, otology and otolaryngology. They also offer additional services in skin care, allergies, hearing aids and fashion eyewear. For more information visit www.eyeandearclinic.com or call (509) 662-7143.
Emergency Medical Transportation
Two companies offer emergency medical transportation services in the Wenatchee Valley: LifeLine Ambulance and Ballard Ambulance. Each maintains the utmost standard of personalized care and safety while offering the latest in mobile emergency medical services.