Snohomish County Hospitals
If you’ve been seriously injured in Snohomish County, you are very likely to find yourself being treated in an emergency room, or even admitted to one of the several hospitals we have in the County. Any time you are injured in a car accident or any kind of incident, it is absolutely essential to make sure you are ok, and that you’re getting the medical treatment you need. Once you know your medical concerns are being addressed, you should always consult with a qualified Everett personal injury attorney. The insurance companies will not hesitate to contact you while you are still in the hospital. They might even try to take a recorded statement from your hospital bed while you are still on narcotics or other strong medication. You should never speak with any insurance company representatives until you have checked in with an experienced injury lawyer to learn about your rights following an accident.
Here’s some key information about some of the most likely hospitals you might find yourself in after a serious Snohomish County wreck.
Providence Regional Medical Center – Everett
Providence Health & Services is the largest faith-based healthcare system in the Northwest United States. Providence Regional Medical Center is their flagship hospital, and was created with the merger of Providence Hospital and General Hospital Medical Center. With locations on Colby and Pacific, Providence has over 3000 employees and over 1,000 physicians on staff.
Most serious injuries are treated at the Colby Campus, which hosts the Emergency Department, the Critical Care department, and the ICU. The Pacific Campus focuses on outpatient surgeries, inpatient rehabilitation therapy, and children’s care.
Swedish Medical Center is the largest nonprofit health provider in the greater Seattle area. In Snohomish County, it operates locations in Edmonds and in Mill Creek. Swedish Medical Center was founded in 1910 by Dr. Nils August Johanson, an immigrant from Sweden.
The Swedish Edmonds Campus includes 217 patient beds, over 450 licensed physicians and over 1,400 staff. Swedish Edmonds has a level 4 trauma center and emergency room, and provides a full scope of medical and surgical services.
Cascade Valley Hospital – Arlington
The Cascade Valley Hospital is a general hospital in Arlington, Washington, operated by Skagit Regional Health. It was built in 1909 as Arlington General Hospital and was the first hospital-specific building in Snohomish County. The new hospital was constructed in 1958, and underwent a major renovation in 2010. A helipad was added in 2015 to accommodate airlifted patients. In 2016 Cascade Valley Hospital announced it would merge with Skagit Regional Health, the operator of Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon.
Cascade Valley Hospital is a level 4 Trauma Center. It has a 24-hour emergency department as well as departments dealing with acute care, intensive care, surgery, imaging services, and more.
While there are several other small hospitals and medical centers throughout Snohomish County, it is likely that is you or someone you care about is seriously injured in Snohomish County you will end up at one of these facilities. If the injuries are very critical, it is likely that you will be transferred to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, which is the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the Pacific Northwest.
Call a Snohomish County Injury Lawyer Today
If you’ve been injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, or any kind of accident, and you’ve found yourself at one of these Snohomish County hospitals, make sure you’re getting the treatment you need, then call one of our experienced, compassionate accident lawyers today. We know your rights, and we can help you deal with the medical bills and the insurance companies, while you focus on getting better and getting life back to normal.
You can call us at 425-243-9935, contact us online, or use the live chat function on our website. We work exclusively on a contingency fee, which means we only get paid if we get a recovery for you. Call now to make sure the insurance companies don’t deny your right to a full recovery.