Valley Medical Center

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​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome To Valley Medical Center

Our Services

Valley Medical Center (VMC) is a 303-bed acute care hospital and clinic network committed to providing safe, quality, compassionate care for more than 63 years. The oldest and largest public district hospital in the State of Washington, VMC proudly serves over 600,000 residents in South King County. Dedicated to patient safety and improving the overall health of the community, VMC is a thriving medical center and the largest nonprofit healthcare provider between Seattle and Tacoma. VMC is also South King County’s only disaster recovery facility and offers advanced emergency care in its Level III Trauma Center.

Learn more about VMC's services and specialties at valleymed.org.

 

Maps, Directions, Parking

Valley Medical Center's main campus and medical center are located in Renton, WA, near the intersection of I-405 and I-167. VMC neighborhood urgent care, primary care and specialty care clinics are located throughout South King County.

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Awards

From a great work environment to exceptional patient care, we’re pleased to say Valley Medical Center earns high marks across the board. VMC’s joint replacement program was rated #1 in Washington by HealthGrades® four years in a row (2010-2013). Valley Medical Center also earned the “Gold Seal for Stroke” from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the American Stroke Association’s Get With The GuidelinesSM Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award (2012) and the American Heart Association’s Get With The GuidelinesSM Gold Performance Award (2013). Named a “Best Place to Work in Healthcare” in the nation and by Modern Healthcare magazine four out of four years (2008–2011), VMC attracts world-class clinicians through state-of-the- art facilities and technology, an atmosphere of collaborative teamwork and a dedication to medical excellence.

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Patient Stories

"All I heard was my son’s cry as he took his first breath." Misty stopped feeling the baby’s movement and went in to see her doctor. She was immediately admitted to Valley Medical Center’s Birth Center for an induced delivery.
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"Now I don't have limitations." Emily had much at stake when undergoing spine surgery to correct the curvature in her spine. The surgery helped Emily continue as a successful state swim and dive competitor.
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