Mount Carmel Hospital

Providence Mount Carmel Hospital

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Providence Mount Carmel Hospital

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. 

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.

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. 

With your help, we're continuing the Philanthropic Mission of the Sisters of Providence. Your generosity helps us continue to support the programs, services, education and equipment that impacts and saves lives, right here in our community.


For a few hours a week, you can be part of a world-class team. Providence is a place where healing occurs, not only by medical intervention, but by the touch of a hand, a shared smile, a listening ear or a knowing wink. It's place where you can make a difference in the lives of others.

Award-Winning Care

Five start recipient award from healthgrades for treatemnt of sepsis

Every year, Healthgrades evaluates hospital performance at nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide. For 2022, Mount Carmel Hospital is recognized for excellence.

Badge for Critical Access Top Hospital award

The Chartis Center for Rural Health recognized Providence Mount Carmel Hospital as a 2022 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital.

News & Information From Our Experts

Providence caregivers save fellow caregiver experiencing a stroke
Stroke Awareness Month is commemorated every May. Mary Terhaar, a former medical laboratory scientist at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, survived a stroke at work.
A heart transplant gives Idaho resident a new lease on life
As a teenager, Matt Hankes was diagnosed with a progressive form of heart disease that meant he would eventually need a heart transplant.
Adisson Nordean returns to the soccer field
Adisson Nordean, a junior at University High School in Spokane Valley, has always been a soccer star. But in 2022, an injury during practice jeopardized her dreams.
Mary's story of rural health care
Mary has served in many health care leadership roles in her life, including 15 years as the Washington State Secretary of Health, so she understands the importance of rural healthcare access.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital’s specialized life support team receives recognition for excellence
Providence recently received the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) Gold Level Award for Excellence in Life Support.
Providence ALS Clinic receives ALS Association designation as a Certified Treatment Center of Excellence
Providence St. Luke's Rehabilitation Medical Center's ALS Clinic has been named an ALS Association Certified Treatment Center of Excellence. It is the first center of its kind in the Inland Northwest.
Providence receives national recognition for heart surgery, patient safety, and more
Healthgrades recognized Providence hospitals in Spokane with 13 awards.
‘I want to help’: Providence caregiver uses free time to teach refugees new skills
Diego spends nearly every Saturday since March teaching Venezuelan refugees to drive
Multi-state training partnership enhances rural health readiness
Providence partnered with agencies to conduct an interactive, multi-agency exercise in Alaska and Washington, aimed at enhancing readiness to care for patients with infectious diseases.
Providence patients finds special way to thank her ‘saints in scrubs’
Lori Scott was so grateful for the care she received, she sent a special letter to her care team.
Providence patient serves up a slice of appreciation for caregivers
Watch a heartfelt video from a patient who says he wouldn’t be alive without his amazing care team.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center caregivers inspire students during open house
Nearly 100 students attended a hands-on career day in the operating room at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
A tale of two miracles: Mother shares NICU journey
September marks Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NIUC) Awareness Month.
Providence expands behavioral health program for children
Investing in these services is one of the ways Providence is helping address the urgent mental health crisis facing children and teens.
K9 program welcomes two new four-legged friends
Please join us in welcoming the newest companions to the Providence K9 Program.
Providence provides free behavioral health program for teens
Providence is partnering with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center to support teen mental health in East Central Spokane.
Providence stroke and diabetes programs earn national recognition
The American Heart Association presents the Get With The Guidelines® awards for proven dedication to best practices and life-saving care.
Providence Heart Institute enrolling patients in new trial
Providence is evaluating a minimally invasive heart procedure in patients with moderate, symptomatic aortic stenosis.
Serenity room provides comforting space for patients
The serenity room is located inside the Providence Breast Clinic, and is often used when breast clinic patients meet their doctor for the first time
Spokane Indians Minor League Baseball team visited kids at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital
The Spokane Indians Minor League Baseball team visited kids at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. Caregivers attended game to celebrate Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital’s 20th birthday.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital signage updates
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital will begin to get new signage.
Providence names new chief human resources officer
Julie Orchard serves the Inland Northwest Washington service area for Providence.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital named top hospital for outpatient knee and hip replacement
Healthgrades named the Spokane hospital a 2023 Outpatient Joint Replacement Excellence Award™ Recipient
Providence physician receives lifetime achievement award
The American Society of Nephrology is honoring Dr. Katherine Tuttle with one of health care research’s most prestigious awards.
Providence Special Pathogens manager featured at international conference
Providence Special Pathogens Manager Christa Arguinchona is sharing her infectious disease expertise and passion for preparedness with a global audience.
Returning to the ranch: Roy’s stroke survival story
Roy received stroke care at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center. Life flight transported him from Newport to Spokane.
Providence helps shape the future of health care for the Inland Northwest
Providence joined 30 local leaders on a trip to Washington, D.C. This opportunity was part of Greater Spokane Inc.’s (GSI) D.C. Fly-In event.
Airlifted from his farm, a patient receives stroke care at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
A patient receives stroke care at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition and Providence launch Domestic Violence Toolkit
This resource will help local businesses and organizations help employees who are experiencing domestic violence.
No One Dies Alone commemorates 10 years at Providence Inland Northwest Washington
Volunteers with the program sit vigil with patients who are at the end of their life and do not have family or friends to be there during their final moments.