Caring with Compassion Across Washington
Providence is the largest health care provider in Washington with hospitals, clinics, senior care centers, hospice and home health services in communities – large and small – across the state. Our not-for-profit network includes hospitals, physicians, clinics, care centers, hospice and home health programs and diverse community services across Washington. Our health care services in Washington include unique affiliations with Swedish Health Services and Pacific Medical Centers in Western Washington and Kadlec in Eastern Washington.
Quality Health Care for All
We believe health care is a basic human right. We're here to serve the evolving needs of the communities we serve and make excellent health care available to all. Our focus on providing our communities with the full continuum of care makes Providence a model in Washington state and beyond. We work collaboratively across traditional boundaries to develop patient-centered practices that help make lifelong quality care accessible and affordable.
Providence Medical Group - Washington offers primary and specialty care to adults and children.
Providence hospitals across Washington are routinely recognized for excellence:
- Providence Centralia Hospital, Centralia, WA
- Providence Holy Family Hospital, Spokane, WA
- Providence Mount Carmel Hospital, Colville, WA
- Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, WA
- Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, WA
- Providence St. Joseph Hospital, Chewelah, WA
- Providence St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Medical Center, Spokane, WA
- Providence St. Mary Medical Center, Walla Walla, WA
- Providence St. Peter Hospital, Olympia, WA
- Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, Spokane, WA
- Kadlec Regional Medical Center, Richland, WA
- Joel Gilbertson, chief executive
- Scott O’Brien, chief operating officer
- Dean Martz, MD, chief executive, Clinical Programs & Services
- Mike Marshall, MD, chief physician executive, Physician Enterprise
- Anna Franklin, executive director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- John Kleiderer, chief mission officer
- Helen Andrus, chief financial officer
- Mark Gross, chief communication officer
- Andrew Taylor, chief strategy officer
- Mark Wakai, chief executive, Population Health
- April Anderson, assoc. vice president, Marketing
- Bryan Fix, interim chief human resources officer
Community benefit investments are one way Providence lives its Mission. For generations, we’ve offered a caring hand to those with the greatest need in our community.
In the past year, we devoted millions in community benefit to make sustainable improvements in the health of our diverse communities throughout Washington.
For generations, Providence has partnered with people of goodwill to offer a caring hand of compassion. We collaborate with social service and government agencies, charitable foundations, community organizations, universities and many other partners to identify the greatest needs through community health needs assessments. Then our solutions are reflected in community health improvement plans.
On a cold December day in 1856, more than 30 years before Washington became a state, five Catholic nuns from Montreal arrived at the small settlement of Fort Vancouver on the banks of the Columbia River. While the sisters knew little about their destination, their mission was clear: serve the community’s unmet needs, particularly those of the poor.
Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart and four other Sisters of Providence quickly opened their humble home to orphans and the elderly. Thus began an amazing history of compassion and care across Washington, a legacy that has expanded into a five-state, not-for-profit health and services network with more than 60,000 employees.