Providence St. Mary Medical Center is a full service hospital with some of the best technology, expertise, specialists and primary care physicians in the region. We provide to Walla Walla, Washington and its surrounding region a wide range of services and resources, including our Family Birth Center, Community Breast Center, Regional Cancer Center, Sleep Disorders Center, Rehabilitation Center, cardiac care, support groups, and much, much more. Learn more about our related locations.
Below is information on some of the notable service lines at Providence St. Mary Medical Center.
At Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center, we believe cancer is a journey we undertake with you as partners in your care, offering you the latest in treatments and support in an environment that is calm, caring and healing.
We use a team approach to the treatment. Your team of specialists and other professionals will address your cancer with the most effective options available, and tailor treatment to your needs and preferences. Treatment may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy or any combination of these, depending on the type and extent of the cancer. We also participate in clinical research trials, giving you access, if you wish, to the very latest in cancer treatment. Learn more about cancer services at Providence.
Within the Providence St. Mary Neurosciences Institute is the Regional Spine Center. The center brings together a comprehensive range of surgical and non-surgical treatment options for people with spinal conditions.
We have the only Emergency Center in the valley where every physician is board certified and residency trained in emergency medicine. Our Emergency Center nurses receive special training as well. As a Level III Trauma Center, Providence St. Mary Emergency Center is a primary receiving hospital for trauma care in the region.
In 2012, we opened a new, state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit to further advance the care of severely ill and injured individuals in the region. Providence St. Mary has the area’s largest number of critical-care-certified nurses, as well as pulmonologists board-certified in critical care.