Spokane, Wash. — Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital has been recognized as a Best Hospital in the region. U.S. News & World Report named Sacred Heart #1 in Eastern Washington. It also recognized the medical center as high performing in ten adult procedures and conditions. To recognize the high-performing categories, U.S. News evaluates data from medical centers and physician survey responses.
U.S. News estimates that nearly 2 million hospital inpatients a year face the prospect of surgery or special care. The rankings are a tool that can help such patients find sources of especially skilled inpatient care. Sacred Heart Medical Center ranked high performing in the following specialties and procedures:
Updated for 20-21
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair
- Aortic Valve Surgery
- Heart Bypass Surgery
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Colon Cancer Surgery
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Lung Cancer Surgery
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
In addition, Providence Holy Family Hospital was recognized as high performing in knee replacement surgery.
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Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital is the second largest hospital in Washington State, with 719 licensed beds, including a 160-bed Children's Hospital with more than 90 pediatric sub-specialists, a Level IV NICU, and pediatric emergency department. The Medical Center features comprehensive cardiac programs, a robotic center for minimally invasive surgery, a certified Stroke Center, inpatient psychiatric care and more. The only Level II Trauma Center in the Inland Northwest, Sacred Heart boasts many services often only found in university settings, including a heart, kidney and pancreas transplant program, a world-class research department, residency programs and more. Its service area extends to about 1.7 million people, and it is Spokane's largest private employer. (www.providence.org).
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