Providence Health & Services

Oregon California Montana Alaska

Alaska

Providence Health & Services in Alaska is the state's leading health care provider, operating five hospitals, including the only children’s hospital and Level III newborn intensive care unit, nearly 30 clinics and a network of diverse community services. With more than 4,000 caregivers (all employees), Providence is the state's largest private employer.
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California

Providence Health & Services in Southern California serves the Los Angeles County region of South Bay, Westside and the Greater San Fernando Valley. With more than 13,500 caregivers (all employees), we operate six award-winning hospitals in addition to a full spectrum of care that includes and a network of nearly 50 primary care clinics with our affiliate Facey Medical Group, the well-regarded Providence Medical Institute physician group, numerous outreach programs serving those in need, hospice and home care including TrinityCare and TrinityKids Care and even our own Providence High School, a college-preparatory school.
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Montana

Providence Health & Services is one of Montana’s largest health care providers. With more than 40 clinics, two hospitals and 2,000 caregivers (all employees) statewide, we work together to provide quality care to those in need. Our not-for-profit network includes diverse community services across western Montana, including the University of Great Falls.
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Oregon

Providence Health & Services in Oregon offers a comprehensive array of health and education services through its eight hospitals, 90 medical clinics, health plans, long-term care facilities and home health services. With more than 17,000 caregivers (all employees), Providence is the state’s largest private employer.
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Washington

In Washington state, Providence and its secular affiliates – including Swedish Health Services, Pacific Medical Centers and Kadlec Regional Medical Center – operate 13 hospitals, 268 physician clinics, senior services, supportive housing, hospice and home health programs, care centers and diverse community services. The combined health system is the largest health care provider in Washington with more than 37,000 caregivers (all employees).
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