Providence Outpatient Rehabilitation Moving Out of Hospital to New Location

January 7, 2019 Providence News Team

Providence Outpatient Rehabilitation is moving to Providence Southgate Medical Park.

The current clinic location on Level I of Providence St. Mary Medical Center will close Friday, January 18 and re-open Monday, January 21 at the Providence Southgate Medical Park, 1025 S. Second Ave. The move includes most outpatient rehabilitation services, with the exception of Cardiac Rehabilitation and the Wheelchair Clinic, which will remain at the hospital.

For the new location, Providence expanded an area previously used for rehabilitation in the former Walla Walla General Hospital building.

“Our clinic in the hospital served us well for a long time, but as we have grown and expanded we have come to need more space. We believe patients are going to love this new location,” says Tom O’Donnell - Director of Providence Outpatient Rehabilitation. “With the expansion, the rehab area will be a lot more spacious. There’s great parking and the building is entirely on one level, making it a lot easier for our patients with mobility issues.”

Patients may enter through the covered main entry. The clinic will be open Monday through Friday, 6:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. The main phone number, 509-897-2100, and fax number, 509-897-5752, will remain the same.

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