1.Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital
12844 Military Rd S
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This hospital is an example of how NOT to treat people with a mental illness.The staff is very uneducated in Wellness & Recovery, they provide limited educational opportunities.Patients are offered 3
2.St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center
575 Andover Park W
3.Highline Medical Center-Specialty Campus
12844 Military Rd S
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4.Rainier Cancer Center
200 Andover Park E
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5.St. Francis Hospital
34515 9th Ave S
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I went in after a heart attack last sunday. Here is what I wrote the Dr. Using the *My Chart* app. :Hello, I canceled my stint procedure because of the incidents the day/night before the procedure. IMore Nearby Locations »
6.Kindred Hospital Seattle - Northgate
10631 8th Ave NE
Kindred Transitional Care Hospitals provide specialized aggressive, interdisciplinary care to medically complex patients who require extended recovery time.
12040 NE 128th St
If you are a company and have an on the job injury I do not recommend sending employees to this facility for treatment. They are very rude about requests to obtain discharge information and they make
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