Hospitals and Medical Centers


Deaconess Hospital

800 W. 5th Avenue
Spokane, WA   99204
(509) 458-5800
http://deaconessspokane.com
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   908 / 535

Eastern State Hospital
850 Maple
Medical Lake, WA  99022
(509)  565-4000
https://www.dshs.wa.gov/bhsia/division-state-hospitals/eastern-state-hospital-overview
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   18 / 145
This is one of two state-owned psychiatric hospitals for adults in Washington. The hospital provides evaluation and inpatient treatment for individuals with serious or long-term mental illness that have been referred to the hospital through the Regional Support Network (RSN) system or through the criminal justice system. This 287-bed facility serves 21 Eastern Washington counties. 

Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center
(formerly Spokane Veterans Affairs Medical Center
4815 N. Assembly Street
Spokane, WA   99205
(509) 434-7000
(outside Spokane)  (800)  325-7940
http://www.spokane.va.gov
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   59 / 219

Providence Holy Family Hospital
Volunteer Services Department
5633 North Lidgerwood St.
Spokane, WA   99208
(509) 482-2233
http://www.phc.org 
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   1,050 / 390  (Doctors operating at both Sacred Heart and Holy Family.  This number includes oral surgeons, dentists, and podiatrists.)

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital
Volunteer Services Department
101 W. 8th Avenue
Spokane, WA   99220
(509)  474-3166 - Volunteer Services
(509) 474-3131
http://www.phc.org 
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:  1,050 / 1,578  (Doctors operating at both Sacred Heart and Holy Family.  This number includes oral surgeons, dentists, and podiatrists.)

Shriners Hospital for Children - Spokane
911 W. Fifth Avenue
Spokane, WA   99204
(509) 455-7844
http://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/spokane
(orthopedic care, age 0-18)
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   10 / 45

St. Lukeís Rehabilitation Institute
711 S. Cowley
Spokane, WA 
(509) 838-4771
https://st-lukes.org/
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   11 / 70, plus 175 doctors with privileges and 219 therapists on staff

Valley Hospital
12606 E. Mission
Spokane Valley, WA  99216
(509) 924-6650
Volunteer Programs:  Stephanie Wells, (509) 473-5639
http://www.spokanevalleyhospital.com/Valley-Hospital/home.aspx
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:   654 / 257
(Source:  Journal of Business 2015 Book of Lists)


Statistics
  • Unintentional injury hospitalization rates remained stable in Spokane County from 2009 to 2013. The 2013 Spokane County rate of 872 per 100,000 population was significantly higher than the rate for Washington state (730 per 100,000). Unintentional injury rates increased as age increased. Hospitalization due to an injury from a fall also remained stable from 2009 to 2013. The 2013 Spokane County rate of 394 per 100,000 population was significantly higher than the rate for Washington state (318 per 100,000). The likelihood of a fall injury increased as age increased and was higher among females.  (Spokane Counts 2015 report, Spokane Regional Health District)
What You Can Do
  • Visit friends and family to extend support and caring.  Keep visits brief, and stay positive, focusing on abilities, not disabilities.  Always knock on a patientís door, whether the door is open or closed.  
  • Volunteer to help in a hospital, in a variety of ways.    
    • Greet visitors in the lobby, answer questions, and give directions.
    • Help in the gift shop or snack bar.
    • Deliver flowers and mail to patients.
    • Use your language skills to interpret for patients who cannot speak English.
    • Visit children, read stories, and teach arts and crafts.
    • Help with religious services and visit patients.
    • Youth can also be junior volunteers at a hospital. 
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