Hospitals

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

Nationally recognized, Top 100 hospital, ranked #1 for cardiac care, general surgery and critical care.

Phone: 425-261-2000

Living Our Mission

In 2009, Providence Health and Services in Northwest Washington provided more than $13 million in free care to our patients in need, as part of our total community benefit of more than $42 million. The only not-for-profit, non-taxing medical center in the county, Providence Regional makes significant contributions to the community it serves. View 2009 Community Benefit Report.

The story behind the numbers
Guided by the philosophy of the Sisters of Providence, we faithfully honor their vision of caring for the poor and vulnerable in the communities we serve. We never turn away any patient who cannot pay. And every day, through contributions of time, expertise and money, we reach out to help those who need us the most. Here are some stories behind the numbers:

Camp PROV
Funded by the Providence General Children's Association, Camp PROV provides a week-long safe and fun day camp experience each summer for children with special care needs and their siblings. Great experiences are shared through swimming pool play (hydrotherapy), arts and crafts, games, physical therapy, special education and other exciting experiences. Parents are able to share in the fun or take advantage of the opportunity for some rest and renewal.

Camp Erin
Providence Hospice and Home Care made Camp Erin a reality. Supported by funding from the Jaimie Moyer Foundation, Camp Erin is the first Bereavement Camp in our area dedicated to children who have lost a loved one.

Parish Nurse Program
A joint collaboration between the Interfaith Association, the Red Cross, Snohomish County Health District, local churches and Providence Regional, this program provides the community with specially trained disaster nurses in the event of an emergency. Providence Regional provided the first three years of funding for this special nurse training program so that these nurses can be activated to set up shelter space, and provide basic nursing support in strategically located church sites during the first crucial days of a disaster.

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic
Furthering the mission, Providence Regional opened the Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic to provide basic medical care for people in the community who had difficulty gaining access to healthcare providers. The clinic recently expanded to increase primary care and mental health services to more patients. Expansion brings more efficiency to patients, less wait time ( The Everett Herald , Feb. 17, 2010)

Find a Physician

Here are some online resources to help you find a provider. If you need a specialist referral, it's a good idea to first call your primary care physician.

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Find a Doctor

Providence Physician Group Clinics
Providence Physician Group offers primary and specialty care at eight clinics in North Everett, Marysville, Monroe, Mukilteo, Snohomish, and the Silver Lake/Mill Creek area. To make an appointment, call 1-877-4-PROVPG (1-877-477-6874), visit Providence Physician Group or view Providence Physician Group provider directory.

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic
The Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic provides excellent medical care, regardless of the type of insurance you have, or whether you have insurance at all. Services include preventive care, immunizations and well-child exams. Learn more.

Health Plans
If you belong to one of the following health plans, check out their online provider directories:
Aetna
Cigna
Foundation/Tricare
Group Health in Snohomish County
Premera Blue Cross
Regence Blue Shield

Snohomish County Medical Society
The Snohomish County Medical Society has nearly 450 providers of all specialties and is a subsidiary of the Washington State Medical Association. View Snohomish County Medical Society physician directory.


Award-winning, compassionate care for you and your family

At Providence Regional, we're here to make sure our patients and visitors feel welcome and cared for in every possible way.

From our healthy dining services to our compassionate staff, we respectfully provide you with a peaceful environment of comfort and healing.

Here you'll find everything you need to know, whether you're preparing for a stay with us as a patient, just visiting, or are a patient at one of our clinics.

Surgery Patients

Please note that if you have a Monday surgical procedure, you'll need to pre-register before 5 p.m. on Friday. Or, you can simply register when you arrive.
Pre-register for surgery.

Maternity Patients

As a maternity patient, we encourage you to pre-register in your first trimester.
Pre-register for maternity.

About Your Privacy

Providence is required by law to maintain the privacy of your medical information. We are also required to notify you of our legal duties and privacy practices regarding your medical information.

All information submitted to our Web site using our forms is encrypted for transmission using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol and 128-bit encryption. If your Web browser does not currently support this security protocol, you will be prompted to update your security and presented with a link to a site where you may obtain the necessary plug-in at no charge. SSL is used for transmitting personal demographic information, personal health information and credit card Information. More about your privacy .

Patient & Family Advisory Council

The Patient and Family Advisory Council works with members of the hospital staff to provide valuable feedback and personal insights on the patient care experience.

The Council is composed of 15-25 members; many are patients, family members of patients, or members of the community. Members are selected to reflect the population served by Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. This includes individuals of varied ages, gender ethnicity, and socio-economic status. All members must be 18 years of age or older.

Do you want to have a voice in improving hospital care? Consider joining the Providence Patient and Family Advisory Council.

As a member of the Patient and Family Advisory Council, you can:

  • Help evaluate new programs, forms, and patient materials as well as proposed changes to existing programs, forms, and patient materials
  • Serve on various committees and work groups of the hospital to bring the patient/family perspective to hospital operations
  • Provide feedback about the needs and experiences of patients and families served by Providence
  • Provide patient and family insight into the planning for new facilities and facility renovations
  • Communicate between patients, families, and hospital management

What we don't do:

  • Mandate or authorize anything; we are an advisory group only
  • Advocate for special interest groups

To be on the Patient and Family Advisory Council, you must be:

  • Able to prepare for and attend bi-monthly evening council meeting
  • Confident in your views and able to see many different points of view
  • Reflective and insightful
  • Able to communicate and cooperate with individuals whose backgrounds, experiences and styles may be different from your own
  • Positive about Providence Regional Medical Center Everett and enthusiastic about the mission: “As people of Providence we reveal God's love for all, especially the poor and vulnerable, through our compassionate service"

Health Information, Classes & Screenings

Take a class. Join a support group. Sign up for a free diabetes screening. You can do all that and more right here. Many classes are free or low-cost and you can sign up online, by mail or call the Providence Resource Line at 1-800-554-6600.

Featured classes, support groups and screenings*
Pregnancy and Childbirth Education *
Classes for New Dads and Siblings *
Stop Smoking Class *
Diabetes Screening *
Support groups for bereavement, cancer, diabetes, sleep apnea

Health information*
Get heart-healthy recipes *
Read the latest Powerful Medicine newsletter *
Visit our online medical library

About Us

Serving Northwest families for more than 100 years
Providence has provided exceptional, compassionate care for Northwest Washington communities since 1905. People have come to know that the best available, most award-winning care for all stages of life is right here in their own neighborhoods, including:

Cancer Partnership

Heart & Vascular Institute

Musculoskeletal Institute

Neurosciences Institute

Women & Children

Primary and specialty care

Hospice and Home Care services

Several convenient locations

Providence Regional - Colby Campus
Critical and Acute Care, ICU, CCU, Surgery, Telemetry, Emergency Department, Cardiac Surgery Single Stay Unit

Providence Regional - Pacific Campus
Behavioral Health, Rehabilitation, Short-Stay Surgery, Transitional Care Unit, Providence General Foundation, Emergency Department

Pavilion for Women and Children
Specialized health care services for women, children and families. Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Family Maternity Center, Pediatrics, Comprehensive Breast Center, Providence Children's Center and Seattle Children's Everett (pediatric sub-speciality clinic of Seattle Children's Hospital).

Providence Physician Group - Primary & Specialty Care
Convenient neighborhood clinics, walk-in care and specialists.

Mill Creek Medical Building
Providence Physician Group clinics (Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics), Radiology, Walk-in Clinic

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic
Serving those on Medicare, Medicaid, the underinsured and those who have no other access to a healthcare provider.

Providence Hospice and Home Care Services
Providing professional, compassionate end-of-life care.

THE PROVIDENCE STORY
Triumph through trials

Sisters on horsebackFounder Mother Gamelin faced many personal tragedies
While the presence of Providence in Everett began in 1905, the story begins a century earlier, in Quebec, Montreal, with one woman's vision and vow to simply care for and serve others.

Émilie Tavernier was born in Montreal in 1800. At age 23, she married John Baptiste Gamelin. Happiness was short-lived; her first two children died within months of their birth. In 1827, her husband died after a long illness, and a year later her third and last child died.

In her grief, Émilie Gamelin plunged into the work of the Ladies of Charity in Montreal, an association for the relief of the city's poor. She came to see all the poor and needy as her new family, using her home and her inheritance to shelter orphaned, abandoned or runaway children, the mentally ill, homeless, handicapped, immigrants, and destitute people of all kinds.

Humility, simplicity, and charity. Above all, charity.
After working on her own for 15 years, Emilie and the Most Reverent Ignace Bourget, Bishop of Montreal, founded the Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Poor—now known as the Sisters of Providence—on March 25, 1843. After pronouncing her religious vows on March 29, 1844, Emilie was appointed as the first Superior of the congregation.

The Sisters of Providence grew rapidly and achieved much under Mother Gamelin's direction. She died of cholera on September 23, 1851. From her deathbed, she urged her Sisters to be ever mindful of the virtues she herself had embraced throughout life: "Humility, simplicity, and charity. Above all, charity."

Pioneering passion: Mother Joseph leads Sisters of Providence to the Northwest
Although Mother Gamelin founded the Sisters of Providence, it was another amazing woman—Mother Joseph—who brought the Sisters of Providence to the Northwest.

Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart was born Esther Pariseau on April 16, 1823 in St. Elzéar, Quebec. Raised on a farm, the third of twelve children, Esther learned many skills through her rural lifestyle: sewing, weaving, carding wool and caring for children. In addition, her father, an expert coach maker, taught his daughter carpentry and design skills that she later applied to construction of some of the Northwest's first hospitals and schools.

Esther decided to enter the Sisters of Providence, where as a novice, she was trained in nursing in the Sister's pharmacy and infirmary. Her sewing skills were utilized making robes, habits and vestments, and she learned to carve fine wax figures. She also assisted the treasurer with financial matters. Additional daily tasks included marketing, baking and the laundry. In 1845, Esther Pariseau took her vows of poverty, chastity, obedience, and service to the poor, and received her name in religion, Sister Joseph.

In 1856, Sister Joseph led a group of four Sisters of Providence from Montreal to the Washington Territory. Bishop Bourget dedicated the new mission in the west to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and bestowed a new name on its young superior; Sister Joseph would be known as Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart. Under her leadership and trusting in divine direction, more than 30 hospitals, schools and homes were opened for orphans, the elderly and the sick in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and southern British Columbia.

Whatever concerns the poor is always our affair
Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart died on January 19, 1902, at the age of 79. Her last words to the Sisters gathered around her bed were, “My dear Sisters, allow me to recommend to you the care of the poor in our houses, as well as those without. Take good care of them; have no fear of them; assist them and receive them. Then, you will have no regrets. Do not say: Ah! this does not concern me, let others see to them. My Sisters, whatever concerns the poor is always our affair.”

Mother Joseph honored in National Statuary Hall
Mother Joseph's contributions to education, health care, and the social services continue to be recognized a century after her death. In 1980, she was named as Washington State's second representative in National Statuary Hall, in Washington, D.C. And in 1999, at the request of a group of Vancouver sixth-grade students, the legislature passed a bill declaring her birthday, April 16, as Mother Joseph Day in Washington State.

Original Providence HospitalHistory of Providence Hospital
1856: Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart and four other Sisters of Providence arrive in Fort Vancouver, Washington establishing the presence of the Sisters of Providence in the Pacific Northwest.

1905: The Sisters purchase Everett's Monte Cristo Hotel for $50,000 and turn it into Providence Hospital, featuring 75 beds, staffed by 11 Sisters and three employees. More than 400 patients were treated in that first year.

1923: The Sisters of Providence borrow $200,000 and build a new 126-bed hospital 32 yards East of the Monte Cristo Hotel site.

1962: Providence Hospital begins phase one of a $14.5 million dollar four-phase building reconstruction project.

1965: Providence Hospital completes construction of a new service wing for Obstetrics, Radiology and Dietary Services.

History of General Hospital
1894: General Hospital is founded by the Women's Book Club of Everett. The cornerstone was laid in an existing building at 3322 Broadway. The site later became Bethany Home.

1923: A group of prominent businessman propose a plan to the community to raise $150,000 to purchase a new site and construct a modern hospital. $150,000 was raised in seven days.

1924: The newly constructed General Hospital opens its doors and admits its first patients to the 74-bed, 14-bassinet hospital in March.

1949: By converting the large sun porches on each floor into six-bed wards, General Hospital is expanded to a 127-bed and 30-bassinet facility.

1965: Fundraising efforts result in $782,000 to build a seven-story patient care tower, to house modern patient rooms and a centralized dietary kitchen.

1990: General Hospital's name is changed to General Hospital Medical Center to more accurately reflect its regional capabilities.

Providence Everett Medical Center
In 1975 , General Hospital Medical Center and Providence Hospital begin to consider a merger. An extensive study is undertaken to determine the future needs of the two hospitals, but no further action is taken until 1994.

1994 : Exactly 100 years after the founding of Everett's first hospital, General Hospital and Providence Hospital join forces on March 1, 1994. Providence and General Hospitals become a new entity, Providence General Medical Center, under the sponsorship of the Sisters of Providence Health Systems. General and Providence pledge to focus on improving the health status of the community while maintaining the quality of care they so highly valued throughout their histories.

2000: The hospital's name is changed to Providence Everett Medical Center.

2002: The Pavilion for Women and Children opens as a state-of-the-art, five-story facility on Providence Regional's Pacific Campus, offering comprehensive, family-centered care.

2004: Providence Everett Medical Center opens Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic, the first of its kind. The clinic was established to provide basic medical care for people in our community who have had difficulty gaining access to healthcare providers. Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic welcomes patients with Medicare, Medicaid as well as the uninsured.

2006: Plans begin for new 12-story medical tower.

2007: Providence Regional Cancer Partnership opens at 1717 - 13th Street. This collaboration of Providence Regional, The Everett Clinic, Western Washington Medical Group and Northwest Washington Radiation Oncology Associates offers all aspects of outpatient cancer care under one roof.

2008: Providence Everett Medical Center changes its name to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.

Groundbreaking ceremony marks the beginning of construction of a new 12-story, 680,000 square foot medical tower.

2009: Final steel beam is placed on the new Cymbaluk Medical Tower , scheduled for completion June 2011.

Today, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett serves patients from Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties.

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