Inpatient Acute Care
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
Trusted comprehensive medical and surgical care teamed with advanced technology provides patients with modern and immediate attention to acute medical needs. Our 225-bed not-for-profit campus hospital serves more than 130,000 patients annually.
Memorial is home to the following Centers of Excellence: Cancer Care, Heart Care, Children's Services, Family Birthplace, Hospice and Home Care, Orthopaedics, Mental Health, Sleep Center at Memorial, Women's Services, Wound Care and Work Injury, to name but a few. A full list of Memorial's services can be found in our Family of Services page.
Outpatient Diagnostic and Treatment Services
Memorial's Pain Relief Institute
With a staff of 12 medical providers and a support team of more than 30 skilled nurses, technicians and administrative personnel, Water's Edge provides nearly 10,000 square feet of modern offices, exam rooms and procedure rooms for pain treatments. A relaxing waiting area furnished with comfortable reclining chairs allows patients to contemplate the peaceful waters of Yakima's Lake Aspen while they await their procedures.
North Star Lodge Cancer Center
Hematology / Oncology / Radiation
Contact: (509) 574-3450
The comprehensive cancer care offered at North Star Lodge allows Central Washington cancer patients access to the same innovative treatments available at major cancer centers throughout the country-without ever leaving Yakima. At North Star Lodge, quality care comprises a unique blend of technology, expertise and compassion. North Star Lodge delivers a distinctly beautiful environment, specifically designed for healing.
Memorial's Mammography Center
Contact: (509) 574-3860
Scheduling: (509) 574-3863
'Ohana provides women of the Yakima Valley a caring and collaborative approach to health, bringing together the latest technology and expertise in breast cancer detection. At `Ohana, women will find a comfortable setting and specialized medical team committed to breast care and women's health who work with patients to encourage them to maintain regular mammograms and breast exams.
Sleep Center at Memorial
Contact: 1-877-770-5103 or (509) 574-3383
Sleep Center at Memorial specializes in sleep disorders and treatment, individually and as they relate to other health issues from heart disease to mental health. Patients find immense relief through state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment modalities. The Sleep Center at Memorial is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The Surgi-Center at Memorial
Contact: (509) 576-0123
The Surgi-Center at Memorial is located on the main floor of West Pavilion I and includes four surgical suites used to perform orthopaedic, ophthalmology, podiatry, gynecological, plastic/reconstructive and general surgery procedures. A tunnel underneath 30th Avenue provides access for medical care teams to move seamlessly between the Surgi-Center at Memorial and main campus operating rooms, as well as excellent patient transport capability between the two facilities.
Memorial's Valley Imaging
Contact: (509) 248-9592
The innovative equipment at Valley Imaging represents some of the most advanced technologies in medical imaging today and enables physicians to detect and diagnose earlier and easier than ever before. Valley Imaging is the largest MRI facility in the Pacific Northwest, housing four MRIs under one roof and providing the only 24-hour MRI service in the Valley. The facility also offers the latest PET/CT imaging technology available in Yakima and Kittitas Counties.
Contact: (509) 574-3200 / 800-745-1077
Children's Village was created by local community agencies to serve children with special health care needs. Since its opening in 1997 it has provided integrated educational, medical, dental, mental health and family support services for children with special health care or developmental needs, streamlining services for many families in the region.
Maternal Health Services
Contact: (509) 575-8160
Maternal Health Services is a group of community-based programs and services focused on providing preventive health and educational services for growing families. The services that are available include: the Central Washington Genetics Program, offering genetic counseling and specialized genetic testing; the First Steps Program which offers expectant mothers health education and help in accessing community resources; the Maternal-Child Health Program, providing home visits by a community health nurse to the families of high-risk infants and children; and Healthy Beginnings Care Center, a wellness center for parents and their newborns. Patient appointments at Healthy Beginnings will be available by physician referral as part of their regular maternity care.
Memorial Education Center
Contact: (509) 575-8484
Home Care Services
Memorial Home Health
Contact: (509) 574-3260 / 800-745-1077
Memorial's Home Care Services patients receive home health care such as physical, occupational and speech therapy and skilled nursing in the comfort of their own homes. Also available are visits from medical, social workers and home health aides.
Hospice offers comprehensive support to terminally ill patients and their families. In addition to providing pain and symptom management for the patient, hospice provides comfort and reassurance to families during this uncertain life transition. Hospice provides comfort care and brings quality of life during the final days of a person's life while supporting families through this difficult time. Some of the additional specialized services provided include spiritual care, nutritional education and bereavement services.
Cottage in the Meadow
Cottage in the Meadow provides quality hospice care in a rich, home-like environment while operating a 24-hour nursing staff assisted by hospice aides, chaplains, physicians, social workers, and volunteers.
Consisting of 12 private suites, each complete with a bath and an individual patio, the spacious suites are designed to accommodate a patient and an overnight guest with a variety of amenities for both patients and families.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Contact: (509) 453-4854
Garden Village provides assistance with adult daily living skills for those over age 50 with complex psychiatric conditions like Alzheimer's disease. A team of nurses, social workers, nursing assistants and rehabilitation specialists assess medical needs, offer medication management and nutrition counseling and behavioral intervention, all within a homelike setting.
Memorial's Medical Groups
Memorial Hospital and local physicians have collaborated to create medical practices. While physicians manage their practices, the hospital streamlines health care services to free doctors to care for their patients. To view our medical groups and their associated physicians please click here.
The Memorial Foundation
Contact: (509) 576-5794
The Memorial Foundation was founded by Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in 1989 to provide leadership in collaboration and creative resource development and community partnerships. Last year the Foundation received and allocated more than $1 million to local health care programs in Central Washington.