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Emergency Room

An ER Designed for You

The ER at Providence Regional Medical Center’s Colby Campus is designed for quick treatment and minimal wait times. Because, in an emergency, every second counts. It is the only adult Trauma II emergency department in Snohomish County and features 79 large, private treatment rooms and 60,000 square feet of space. That’s larger than a football field. Best of all, it’s staffed by a team of expert, around-the-clock general surgeons, adult and pediatric medical hospitalists, and intensivists are on site with additional standby access to all key specialties, including anesthesia, neurosurgery and orthopedics, all at the ready to provide the best medical outcomes possible.

Please note: the emergency room at the Pacific Campus is closed. All of Providence Regional Medical Center’s emergency services are provided at the Colby Campus, 1700 13th Street, Everett.

Emergency Department floor plan 

Only Adult Level II Trauma Center in Snohomish County

  • Around-the-clock general surgeons, adult and pediatric medical hospitalists, and intensivists
  • Four adjoining trauma rooms
  • CT scanner and two X-ray machines built into the Emergency Department
  • Everett Herald: Kudos on Trauma Center

Immediate Access to Exceptional Care

  • An entire floor devoted to emergency care
  • We treat more than 110,000 patients a year
  • The only adult Level II Trauma Center in Snohomish County
  • Our staff serves patients in Northwest Washington and beyond

Larger-Than-Average Rooms for Comfort, Privacy

  • Dedicated rooms for triage, major emergencies and isolation
  • Four trauma rooms with directional airflow to minimize spread of infection
  • Universal room design improves patient safety and caregiver efficiency

Diagnostic Imaging Located in the Emergency Department

  • Dedicated CT and X-ray means fast, efficient imaging
  • State-of-the-art equipment reduces radiation exposure
  • CT scanner accommodates patients up to 550 pounds
  • X-ray accommodates patients up to 660 pounds

Isolation Room Provides Specialized Environment for Patients with Contagious Conditions

  • Directional airflow keeps contagions from entering emergency room
  • Private restroom keeps patient isolated

Go to the Emergency Department for a Potentially Life-threatening Issue

You should seek immediate, emergency medical care for potentially life-threatening issues, including:
  • Discomfort or tightness in the chest
  • More-than-usual shortness of breath
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Prolonged and persistent headache
  • A child with prolonged diarrhea or vomiting
  • A baby younger than 6 months with a fever of 100.4°F or higher
  • A major crisis that causes you to feel suicidal or hopeless
  • Remember, call 911 to seek immediate medical care

Consider a Walk-in Clinic if You Have an Urgent, Yet Non-life-threatening Issue

Visit a Providence Medical Group walk-in care clinic for non-life-threatening issues, including:
  • Common cold or flu
  • Sore throat or cough
  • Ear infection
  • Minor burn or cut
  • Eye or sinus infection
  • Routine migraine headache
  • Sports injury or sprain
  • Rash

Providence Medical Group operates walk-in care clinics in South Everett (Mill Creek) and Monroe.

Primary Care at the Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic

The Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic provides excellent primary care to patients of all ages, regardless of insurance. We welcome patients with no insurance, patients who are underinsured and those who have Medicaid or Medicare.

See more information, hours and directions to Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic.