Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital was founded by the Dominican Sisters in 1929 to meet the health care needs of the small community of Chewelah and surrounding communities in Stevens County. Nearly a century later, the hospital continues to serve the needs of our friends and neighbors. From 24-hour emergency care, to acute care/skilled care services, to 40 long term care beds, the team at Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital provides the convenience of a home-town hospital.
From the admissions staff to housekeeping and dietary specialists, nurses and doctors, the team at Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital is devoted to provide expert care in an environment of compassion and respect. Whether you’re with us for an urgent need or you’re a resident in our Long Term Care Unit, we’ll make your stay as comfortable, safe and pleasant as possible.
For more information, explore our website or call us at 509-935-8211.
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As part of its 2018 Community Benefit Fund, Providence Health Care in Eastern Washington has awarded $2.8 million dollars in grants and donations to 42 organizations in Spokane and Stevens counties that play a critical role in creating healthier communities.