Work Begins on New Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
Clearing has already begun with construction anticipated by early 2012 for a long anticipated Snoqualmie Valley Hospital facility. Located at the interchange of I-90 and Highway 18, the new hospital will serve as a community node supporting preventive, primary, specialty and outpatient healthcare in addition to hospital and emergency services.
The current hospital is the smallest in the region serving the fastest growing population in Washington State. Zoning laws and other factors precluded expansion on the current campus. Meanwhile, the new location at the interchange of I-90 and Highway 18 will provide easier access, higher visibly and serve as a community node supporting preventive, primary, specialty and outpatient healthcare in addition to hospital and emergency services.
Community Relations Manager, Fritz Ribary, characterizes the District approach to health care as follows, “Our strength comes from the fact that we’re local and very strong advocates for our patients and residents. We provide quality care with a personal touch with very experienced staff while also collaborating with our regional partners. The new hospital will assure residents that their health and wellbeing will continue to be safeguarded well into the future.”
Developer Moreland Corporation, Soderstrom Architects, and Absher Construction comprise the design and construction team. Clearing has already begun, and construction is anticipated to begin by early 2012.
Operating the local hospital, emergency department, primary care and other clinics, the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District provides professional care with a personal touch for the residents of the North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation and surrounding areas. For more information, please contact Fritz Ribary email@example.com 425.831.2300 ext161.
425-831-2300 ext. 161