Facility Profile

Providence Marianwood is nestled in the woods on four acres at the south end of the Sammamish Plateau.

All our rooms look out onto beautiful courtyards, gardens or woods. Whether you are relaxing or recovering in your room, reading in the family room, working on a puzzle in the social activity room or sipping coffee on the garden patio, you’ll enjoy the beauty of our tranquil setting. Our peaceful and natural environment is designed to promote your health, well-being and quality of life.

Our long-term care households

Households are clusters of private and shared rooms for our residents. Each household has its own staff that offers skilled nursing care and assistance 24/7 in a home-like setting.

The goal of the care teams at Marianwood is to respond to each resident's needs and personal choices. Staff members honor the dignity and individuality of each resident, and to encourage and help restore wellness as well as provide compassionate care, comfort and support.

Resident rooms allow privacy and common areas at the center of the household provide companionship, activity and community. As a resident, you are encouraged to bring pictures and items of personal significance to decorate your room to make yourself feel at home and to reflect your personality and interests. And you are also encouraged to enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow residents and the activities offered in the common areas.

Learn more about long-term skilled nursing care at Providence Marianwood.

Our transitional care unit (TCU)

Our TCU rooms are designed to provide you with both comfort and safety as you recover and regain strength after your hospitalization. A high level of clinical and rehabilitative care will be provided during your stay to ensure a strong recovery and successful transition back to home. Services provided include an individual care plan specific to your needs and preferences, physical, occupational and speech therapy as well as skilled nursing care, nutritional management, social services and spiritual care.

Learn more about transitional care and rehabilitation at Providence Marianwood.

Brief history

Marianwood was founded in 1986 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace and purchased by the Providence Health System in 1996. As the only nonprofit skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in the Issaquah/Sammamish area, our founding mission which continues to this day is to serve the poor and vulnerable, especially the elderly, disabled and chronically ill members of our community.

Mission and core values

Providence Health and Services and Providence Marianwood continue the healing ministry of Jesus in the world of today, with special concern for those who are poor and vulnerable. "As expressions of God's healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable."

Compassion - We reach out to those in need and offer comfort as Jesus did. We nurture the spiritual, emotional and physical well-being of one another and those we serve. Through our healing presence, we accompany those who suffer.

- We value, encourage and celebrate the gifts in one another. We respect the inherent dignity and worth of every individual. We recognize each interaction as a sacred encounter.

Justice - 
We foster a culture that promotes unity and reconciliation. We strive to care wisely for our people, our resources and our earth. We stand in solidarity with the most vulnerable, working to remove the causes of oppression and promoting justice for all.

- We set the highest standards for ourselves and our ministries. Through transformation and innovation, we strive to improve the health and quality of life in our communities. We commit to compassionate, safe and reliable practices for the care of all.

- We hold ourselves accountable to do the right things for the right reasons. We speak the truth with courage and respect. We pursue authenticity with humility and simplicity.

Explore our Facility

Marianwood dining room

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