How do I contact Central Washington Hospital?
You can contact Central Washington Hospital by telephone, FAX, or E-mail as outlined below.
Voice: (509) 662-1511
Fax: (509) 665-6017 (Community Relations)
How do I get to Central Washington Hospital?
Central Washington Hospital is located at 1201 S. Miller St. in Wenatchee. View directions and maps.
How do I find the correct entrance?
Central's three entrances are marked with tall, colored walls to make them easy to spot!
The peach wall is the Main Entrance.
The green wall is for Ambulatory Care (Day Surgery), Diagnostic Imaging and Lab Services.
The red wall is for the Emergency Room.
When can I visit patients?
Our regular visiting hours are 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Family members typically have more flexibility, however, and there may be special circumstances for some patients. Contact the patient's nursing station for more information.
Can I call patients?
Yes. Call 662-1511 and ask for the patient by name, or, if you know the patient’s phone extension, call 662-1515 and enter the extension number. (You must enter the phone extension when prompted. The room number won’t work.) If you’re worried about disturbing the patient, call 662-1511 and ask for the patient’s nursing station to find out if he or she is up to receiving calls.
Does Central Washington Hospital have any outpatient clinics?
Yes. Central has five outpatient clinics: Family Health Services, Family Physicians, Internal Medicine, Wenatchee Orthopaedics and Women’s Healthcare Center. The hospital also has an affiliation with three Wenatchee Valley Medical Center cardiologists who work at The Heart Center at Central Washington Hospital. Find a doctor..
Does Central employ any specialists?
Central employs several orthopedic surgeons and specialists at Wenatchee Orthopaedics. They provide general orthopedic services, joint replacement and spinal surgery.
More than 250 physicians, dentists, podiatrists and mid-level practitioners from North Central Washington practice at Central Washington Hospital, but they are not employees.
Central has an affiliation with three board-certified cardiologists through our Cardiac Services at Central Washington Hospital. Read more about Cardiac Care at Central.
Central's Family Health Services offers periodic specialty clinics in psychiatry, neurology, pulmonary care, endocrinology, pediatric cardiology, orthopedics and other areas in cooperation with doctors from Seattle Children’s. View the Family Health Services website.
Does Central offer a weight-loss program?
Central has registered dieticians who help people work out individual nutritional plans to manage diabetes, heart disease, eating disorders, prenatal weight gain, overall weight, and other issues. The focus is on improving health through better nutrition. This service is available to our patients and the community at large, and may be covered by insurance and Medicare, depending on the problem.
Is Central's medical library open to the public?
The Heminger Health Library, located in the hospital’s lower level, is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Is Central a “for-profit” hospital?
Central Washington Hospital is a private, not-for-profit community hospital governed by our volunteer Board of Directors. The hospital operations are directed by our Executive Team.
For more information, contact us.