FirstCare Urgent Care Centers
Valley Hospital & Medical Center
Deaconess Medical Center 800 W 5th Ave • (509) 473-5800
Deaconess Medical Center is an acute care, notprofit hospital located in downtown Spokane. For more than 100 years, it has provided the Spokane community and the Inland Northwest region with exceptional quality healthcare services and the latest in diagnostic and patient care technology. Recognized as a national leader in the treatment of heart and vascular diseases, cancer as well as services for mothers and their newborn babies.
With an active 650-member physician and allied health professionals team, state-of-the-art medical technology and nationally recognized patient care programs, Deaconess provides a broad spectrum of healthcare services. 388 licensed beds.
Sacred Heart Medical Center 101 W 8th Ave • (509) 474-3131
A nonprofit Catholic hospital founded by the Sisters of Providence in 1886, Sacred Heart services the entire Inland Northwest. With 623 licensed beds it is the second largest hospital in Washington state and the largest hospital between Seattle and Minneapolis.
Centers of excellence include: Cardiovascular, Children's Hospital, Providence Neuroscience Center, Trauma, Organ Transplant, Providence Cancer Center, Psychiatry, Women's Health Center, Bone and Joint program and more.
Their Commitment to Excellence offers healthcare services with prudent stewardship to meet physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Valley Hospital and Medical Center 12606 E Mission Ave • (509) 924-6650
Spokane Valley, WA
Valley Hospital and Medical Center is a full-service acute care medical facility delivering quality healthcare to residents of the east Spokane Valley since 1969. As a 123-bed facility and a Level III Trauma Center, the hospital treats routine or complex medical conditions.
With a 530 practicing medical and allied health professionals staff, state-of-the art medical technology and modern facilities, Valley provides a broad spectrum of healthcare services.
When life catches you by surprise and you need immediate attention, the last thing you want to do is wait! Use an Urgent Care Center for minor emergency medical needs. Open 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, and July 4.
Urgent Care Center Benifits:
• Physicians always on duty
• Shorter wait times
• Less costly than hospital ERs
• Medical experts after hours