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Established in 1940, Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is a large rural healthcare delivery system with a regional focus and a commitment to serve patient needs. With nearly 300 physicians and mid-level practitioners, WVMC provides primary care to area residents and also draws patients from throughout the region for specialty care.
There are clinics in eight communities and a small hospital on our Wenatchee campus. Wenatchee Valley Hospital is a licensed 20-bed facility which serves medical, surgical and acute rehabilitation patients. Surgeons perform 130 to 150 procedures each week in 9 operating rooms, and 85% of the surgery patients go home the same day. The hospital is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and includes a nine-room Emergency
Department. The hospital does not include an intensive care unit. In addition to the Wenatchee campus, there are regional clinics in Cashmere, East Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Omak, Oroville, Royal City and Tonasket.
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center actively supports the communities it serves and their quality of life through our community support program and individual efforts as involved community members. At Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, patients still come first. Always have, always will.
Our mission at Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is to provide our patients with the highest quality healthcare and service in a friendly and caring atmosphere. Our organization is also committed to assisting in the development of one of the nation’s best rural healthcare delivery systems.
Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is a regional healthcare system serving rural North Central Washington and the Columbia Basin. Our 190 doctors and 70 advanced practitioners represent over thirty specialties and sub-specialties. We offer state-of-the-art technology including a full-service laboratory and comprehensive diagnostic imaging department. We have a nationally certified cancer treatment program affiliated with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine, and Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center) and clinics in eight communities in North Central Washington, including Wenatchee and East Wenatchee.