Northwest Hospital & Medical Center


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Our Services

Since 1960, Northwest Hospital & Medical Center has pioneered treatments and procedures that have become standards of care. Northwest Hospital offers technologically advanced medical, surgical, emergency and therapeutic services.

These services range from primary to highly specialized care, with programs including inpatient, outpatient and emergency services, neurosciences, childbirth and women’s health, cardiac care, geropsychiatry, cancer care, orthopedics and sports medicine, palliative and supportive care, multiple sclerosis and hernia specialty centers, Level 1 stroke care, and education and wellness programs, among others.

Numerous national healthcare ratings organizations have consistently recognized Northwest Hospital for clinical excellence and patient safety.
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​Hernia Center Offers Specialized Care
The UW Medicine Hernia Center, located at Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, offers the full range of surgical solutions to repair hernias and relieve associated pain in a stand-alone clinic staffed with physicians with expertise in open surgery and minimally invasive techniques.
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Palliative and Supportive Care
Palliative and supportive care is a specialized approach to providing medical care for people with serious, long-lasting or life-threatening illnesses, with the goal of providing relief from symptoms, pain and stress, regardless of the patient’s age, the stage of their disease or their need for additional care. Northwest Hospital offers palliative and supportive care on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
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Maps and Directions

Northwest Hospital and the Northwest Outpatient Medical Center are located about eight miles north of downtown Seattle.
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Patient Stories

When a Cyclist Needs a Helping Hand: A competitive mountain biker recovers from a devastating injury.
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Healing a Heart: A local man’s recuperation from a lifelong heart condition.
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Back in the Swing of Things: An avid golfer overcomes hernia pain.
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Rebuilding a Live With MS: A construction professional learns to live and work with multiple sclerosis.
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