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Providence Mount Carmel Hospital

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Services You’d Expect in the City – Close to Home

Mount Carmel Hospital was founded in 1919 to meet the health care needs of the small community of Colville. Nearly 100 years later, the community and its hospital have grown. But, we haven’t stopped serving the needs of our friends and neighbors. From 24-hour emergency care, to outpatient day surgery, to labor and delivery, the team at Providence Mt. Carmel Hospital offers services you’d expect at a big-city hospital – right here in Colville.

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From the admissions staff to housekeeping and dietary specialists, to nurses and doctors, the team at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital is devoted to providing expert care in an environment of compassion and respect. Whether you’re with us for day surgery or if you’re recovering from a major illness, we’ll make your stay as comfortable, safe and pleasant as possible.

For more information, explore our website or call us at (509) 685-5100.

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