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The Heritage Wall at Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley, WA is a pictorial history of Providence Health Care ministries in Spokane and Stevens County, started by the Dominican Sisters and Sisters of Providence.

Special Features of Providence Medical Park

This Labyrinth is an outdoor stone pathway for walking meditation and prayer for patients and visitors at Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley, WA.

More than merely a new building, Providence Medical Park is a new model for health care, offering Spokane Valley patients a truly connected experience.

Not only will you find doctors and medical services in one convenient location, but also a few extra touches that reflect our commitment to caring for the whole person - mind, body and spirit.

For example, the Heritage Wall (pictured above), located on the First Floor at Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley, is a pictorial history of Providence Health Care ministries in Spokane and Stevens County, started by the Dominican Sisters and Sisters of Providence.

This Labyrinth is an outdoor stone pathway for walking meditation and prayer for patients and visitors at Providence Medical Park. Guests are invited to walk to the center of the maze and back for a calming experience to help reduce stress and anxiety.

One of the special features of Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley is the employee art gallery, with pictures, paintings and mixed media displays provided by Providence staff across Eastern Washington.

Twenty-three Providence employees (or family members) throughout Eastern Washington contributed 40 works of art to be part of the Employee Art Gallery at Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley.

Much of the artwork was donated to the facility; a few artists received small honorariums made possible by gifts to the Providence Health Care Foundation. Providence Medical Park in Spokane Valley, WA features a Chapel of Providence and Place of Peace rooms for quiet and reflection.While the majority of work is photography, there are five original oil / mixed media pieces.

The new Spokane Valley medical park features a Chapel and several locations on each floor that provide places for quiet and peaceful reflection, or simply an escape from a busy day.

And conference rooms located on the Second Floor are a convenient location for Spokane Valley health seminars and events.