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Fast Facts - Providence Regional Medical Center

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How We Serve

As the third largest not-for-profit health system in the United States, Providence Health & Services employs 73,000 caregivers throughout Washington, Alaska, Montana, Oregon and California. And more than 28,000 patients are entrusted into our care each day.

The Northwest Washington Region of Providence serves Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties. Throughout this area, Providence is recognized not only as a leader in the local health care industry, but also as a vital asset to the community.


Medical Expertise, Close to Home

Providence in Northwest Washington delivers compassionate care from the beginning to the end of life, including primary and specialty care, hospital care, home care and hospice. Providence Regional Medical Center provides medical expertise in the areas of heart and vascular disease, cancer, neurosurgery, orthopedics, surgical services, emergency and trauma and a host of other medical areas. With teams of experts available close to home, local residents can receive the best medical treatments available, right in our own community.


Providence, Then and Now

Providence’s hospital in Everett has been open around the clock for almost 110 years. What started out in 1905 as a quaint hotel-turned-hospital has evolved into a major 501-bed regional referral center. As the community has grown, so has Providence and our steadfast commitment to those we serve.


Leading the Way

Over the years, it has received national recognition in Business Week, USA Today and on PBS for clinical innovation, quality and value. Today, it’s recognized as one of the largest and most advanced hospitals in the state.


Creating a Healthier Community

Since its very beginning, Providence has worked with the community for the benefit and betterment of the community. In northwest Washington, Providence looks for opportunities to provide value and support to the people we serve. This support comes in the form of free and reduced-cost medical care, new health care infrastructure, strategic partnerships and direct contributions to support local organizations.