We offer surgeon-guided, robotic-assisted surgeries and other minimally invasive techniques that can make your recovery faster and easier.
From your first appointment to your last follow-up visit, our goal is to turn surgical operations into the healthiest outcome for you. We treat your condition and help you heal so you can get back to the things you enjoy.
At Providence, we provide expert surgical care for these and many other conditions:
- Bone, muscle and joint conditions
- Brain and nervous system diseases
- Breast lumps and other breast conditions
- Colon polyps and colorectal disease
- Ear, nose and throat disorders
- Gallbladder disease
- Gastrointestinal diseases
- Heart, chest and lung conditions
- Urinary tract disorders
- Varicose veins and vascular conditions
Your doctor will talk with you about your unique condition and treatment options.
Our surgical suites have the latest technologies and streamlined designs so your surgeons can focus on what matters most — expertly treating your illness or injury so you can move on toward healing and recovery. Our teams may perform open surgery, minimally invasive surgery or both to treat varied conditions. Guided by high-tech imaging, specialty-trained doctors operate with few cuts to reduce discomfort and speed healing. Our innovative, minimally invasive da Vinci® robotic-assisted surgical system is a safe, effective alternative to open surgery
We provide the following surgery services at both Everett locations:
- Ear, nose and throat
- Robotic surgery
Facilities and services at our Colby location include:
- Cardiac operating room
- Hybrid operating room to accommodate both interventional and surgical procedures
- Private pre-op and post-op rooms
- Sophisticated post-anesthesia care unit
Facilities and services at our Pacific location include:
- Operating rooms for inpatient urology and gynecology procedures
- Pediatric surgery
- State-of-the-art da Vinci robotic surgery
- Outpatient procedures:
- Ear, nose and throat
- Hand surgery
- Oral surgery
We offer many types of expertise, resources and support, including classes and support groups for patients and caregivers. If you need help transitioning to care at home or an assisted living facility, your nurse will help make those arrangements.
Your doctor and care team will provide information specific to your surgery and treatment plan. A medical social worker or other care professional can help guide you through paperwork, insurance, financing and personal concerns. A chaplain or therapist is available as needed.
Learn more about your surgery
The American College of Surgeons provides patient-education resources to learn more about your surgery, including what to expect, how to prepare and information on recovery.Learn more.