The UW Medicine Accountable Care Network includes many of the region’s finest healthcare organizations. All members share a commitment to high-quality, affordable care, as well as excellent patient service and access.
Capital Medical Center is a 110-bed, full-service hospital and Level IV trauma facility that has provided comprehensive health care services to patients in Southwest Washington for more than 30 years. Capital Medical Center is committed to delivering unmatched personal care and medical expertise, providing access to innovative treatments and advanced technologies and building a medical staff with a broad range of physician specialties — currently at 30 and growing.
Individuals needing primary care will find compassionate providers at several Capital Physician Services clinics in Olympia and Lacey. Specialists are also available for diabetes, weight loss and nutrition counseling; ear, nose and throat conditions; general surgery; infectious diseases; neurologic conditions; and urologic conditions.
Capital Medical Center is located in Olympia, Washington, and serves patients who reside throughout the South Sound, including Thurston, Mason, Lewis and Grays Harbor counties.
Island Hospital serves west Skagit County, north Whidbey Island and San Juan County with a Level 3 trauma designation and a range of services typically found in much larger facilities. Services include cancer care, diagnostic imaging, inpatient and outpatient surgery, birth, acute/critical care, home healthcare, sleep, wound care (including hyperbarics), rehabilitation, and physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy. Island also operates seven primary care and six specialty clinics.
MultiCare Connected Care, based in Tacoma, Washington, is a nonprofit healthcare organization with five hospitals, more than 10,000 employees and more than 130 sites of specialty, primary and urgent care for the region.
MultiCare Connected Care heritage dates to the founding of Tacoma’s first hospital in 1882. In response to the growing community’s needs, MultiCare Health System has built an integrated health network that offers skilled, personal care for every stage of life.
MultiCare Connected Care has been recognized for the care it provides, as well as its commitment to patients, investment in technology and involvement in the community.
MultiCare Connected Care serves residents of Pierce, South King, Thurston and Kitsap counties.
MultiCare Connected Care consists of:
Overlake Hospital Medical Center is a nonprofit, non-tax-supported regional medical center with a network of primary care, specialty and urgent care medical clinics throughout the Eastside. The hospital is licensed for 349 beds and offers a comprehensive range of services, including cardiac care, cancer care, general and specialty surgery, women’s programs, senior care and psychiatric services, and it was the first Level 3 trauma service on the Eastside.
Overlake Medical Center and the network of Overlake Medical Clinics’ primary care, specialty care and urgent care clinics primarily serve the greater Eastside communities of Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley/North Bend area.
PeaceHealth, based in Vancouver, Washington, is a nonprofit Catholic health system offering care to communities in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. PeaceHealth has approximately 16,000 caregivers, a multi-specialty medical group practice with more than 800 physicians and healthcare professionals, a comprehensive laboratory system and nine medical centers serving both urban and rural communities throughout the Northwest. In 1890, Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace founded what has become PeaceHealth. Today, PeaceHealth is the legacy of its founding Sisters and continues to serve communities when invited to do so with a spirit of collaboration and stewardship. This is The Spirit of Healing – The Spirit of PeaceHealth.
PeaceHealth’s network serves Whatcom County, Public Hospital District # 304 (an area stretching west to Samish Island and east to Concrete, including Sedro-Woolley and Burlington as Primary Service Area) and the San Juan Islands.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance brings together the leading research teams and cancer specialists from Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s and UW Medicine – one extraordinary group whose sole purpose is the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for our patients. Based in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, SCCA has six clinical care sites, including a medical oncology clinic at Evergreen Health in Kirkland, Washington; medical and radiation oncology clinics at UW Medicine/Northwest Hospital & Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, as well as Network affiliations with hospitals in five states.
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Consistently ranked as one of the best children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Children’s serves as the pediatric and adolescent academic medical referral center for the largest landmass of any children’s hospital in the country (Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho). For more than 100 years, Seattle Children’s has been delivering superior patient care while advancing new treatments through pediatric research. Seattle Children’s serves as the primary teaching, clinical and research site for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. The hospital works in partnership with Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Skagit Regional Health’s mission is to “improve the health of our communities, serving with compassion and respect, one person at a time.”
Skagit Regional Health includes the 137-bed Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, the 48-bed Cascade Valley Hospital and 18 clinic locations in Skagit, Island and north Snohomish counties. Skagit County Public Hospital District No. 1 has served residents of northwest Washington since 1958.
UW Medicine’s mission is to improve the health of the public by advancing medical knowledge, providing outstanding primary and specialty care to the people of the region, and preparing tomorrow’s physicians, scientists and other health professionals.
UW Medicine physicians and other healthcare professionals based in UW Medicine’s network provide highly specialized services for cardiac care; cancer care and stem cell transplantation; obstetrical care (including high-risk neonatal intensive care); sports, spine and orthopedics care and solid organ transplantation. Patients travel from throughout the Pacific Northwest and far beyond for these and other services.
UW Medicine consists of:
UW Medicine shares in the ownership and governance of:
UW Medicine offers patients a wide selection of primary care clinics, hospitals and trauma centers conveniently located throughout the Puget Sound region.
Across the UW Medicine Accountable Care Network, patients have access to 60 independent providers and group practices that offer healthcare ranging from primary care to specialty services. These independent providers and practices are committed to the same high level of care as other members, while further expanding the Network’s reach into local communities.