Walla Walla General Hospital has been serving the Walla Walla Valley since its founding in 1899. The 72-bed acute care facility and rural health clinic is a member of Adventist Health, with headquarters in Roseville, California. Adventist Health is a not-for-profit, faith-based health system operating 18 hospitals throughout the West Coast and Hawaii and the largest system of rural health clinics in California.
WWGH’s rural health clinic, located on the hospital campus, employs a team of health professionals providing care in the areas of family and internal medicine, OB/Gyn, pediatrics, general and plastic surgery, neurology and sleep medicine, and cardiology.
The hospital and clinic employ more than 400 people, has a medical staff of over 175, and benefits from the services of more than 100 volunteers. WWGH is known for providing quality medical care by employees who are dedicated to living out the hospital mission of restoring peace, hope and health as Christ did.
Walla Walla General Hospital is a full-service hospital, including an Accredited Chest Pain Center, Level III trauma center, surgical services, rehabilitation, sleep lab, birthing suites with a Level II nursery, and a full-service on-site laboratory.
The hospital also has a special focus in cardiac care. The cardiac program includes a newly-constructed Emergency Center, an Accredited Chest Pain Center staffed by a team with advanced cardiac training, a cardiac catheterization lab for angiograms, emergency interventions, and pacemaker installation, as well as highly-trained hospitalists and nursing staff for inpatient care, followed by cardiac rehabilitation services to help patients recover from a heart attack.