Mount Carmel Hospital

Providence Mount Carmel Hospital

2093.9 miles away
509-685-5100

Providence Mount Carmel Hospital

A Message to our Community

We continue to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 in our community. The health and safety of our patients and caregivers remains our top priority. Learn more about changes to our visitation policy at Mount Carmel Hospital.

Services you would expect in the city – close to home

Providence Mount Carmel Hospital was founded in 1919 to meet the health care needs of the small community of Colville. Nearly 100 years later, the community and its hospital have grown, and it continues to serve the needs of our friends and neighbors. From 24-hour emergency care, to surgery services, to labor and delivery, the team at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital offers services that you would expect at a big-city hospital—right here in Colville.

We’re here for you

From the admissions staff to housekeeping and dietary specialists, to nurses and hospitalists, the team at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital is devoted to providing expert care in an environment of compassion and respect. Whether you’re with us for a day surgery or if you’re recovering from a major illness, we’ll make your stay as comfortable, safe and pleasant as possible.

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Continuing the Philanthropic Mission of the Sisters of Providence

By making a donation to the Providence Health Care Foundation, you help care for the most vulnerable in our community, and support breakthrough technology that saves lives.

In 2017, the Foundation awarded 424 grants, totaling more than $10 million to fund programs and services at Providence hospitals in Spokane and Stevens counties.

Your generosity helps us continue to support the programs, services, education and equipment that impacts and saves lives, right here in our community.

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U.S. News & World Report High Performing Hospitals 2021-22: Hip FractureAward-Winning Care

Nationally recognized as a center of excellent care in the Inland Northwest, we are consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as high performing for our clinical excellence and compassionate care.

Our World

Doctor holding her daughter in her kitchen
Domestic Violence Resources

You Are Not Alone

Staying home due to COVID-19 may be unsafe for people experiencing abuse; victims locked down with abusers are prone to continued violence and unable to reach out easily for help. 

Across our Providence family of organizations, we want all caregivers to feel supported and safe – especially those who are not safe at home.

We encourage you to share these resources with colleagues if you suspect a team member is dealing with this issue.

Get help now if you or a loved one is suffering from domestic violence.