Cascade Valley Hospital
330 S. Stillaguamish Avenue
Arlington, WA 98223 Get Directions
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About Cascade Valley Hospital
Cascade Valley Hospital opened in 1901 to serve the greater Arlington community. The hospital underwent a significant renovation and expansion in 2010 and is now licensed for 48 beds. Patients are served by highly trained clinical nursing teams and board-certified hospitalists. Cascade Valley Hospital provides a multidisciplinary approach, with clinical specialists and support services available to provide compassionate, comprehensive care to every patient.
Cascade Valley Hospital provides acute care, critical care, general surgery, a level IV Emergency Department and a Family Birth Center. The facility also offers a number of support services such as an in-house laboratory, rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging and more.
COVID-19 Visitation Restrictions
Visiting Hours - Temporarily Restricted
Families and friends are an important component of a patient's healing process. Please review our temporary restrictions and visiting hours before planning your visit.
Where to Stay
Cascade Valley Hospital is within minutes of several hotels in the Arlington and Smokey Point areas. The front desk receptionist can provide recommendations if needed.
Where to Eat
Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Located in the main lobby next to the fireplace, Coffee Niche offers a great selection of fine gifts, treats and specialty coffee drinks. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Questions during your stay
If any questions or concerns arise during your stay, please talk with your nurse immediately. It is our goal to provide you with the very best patient experience possible. If you need anything, have any questions or need clarification about the process or your care, we urge you to contact your nurse immediately.
Wholesome, nourishing and well-balanced meals are an important part of a patient’s treatment and recovery. Cascade Valley Hospital makes every effort to provide nutritious meals that are prepared according to your physician’s orders.
Meals are delivered to patient rooms three times per day. The Food Services team will conduct interviews with every patient to get their meal choices prior to meal time. Check with your nurse if you have questions about the ordering process.
If your visitor wants to dine in your room with you, he or she may go to the Cascade Café on the second floor, at the top of the stairs, and purchase a meal to bring back to the room. The Cascade Café is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Your Clinical Team
Cascade Valley Hospital provides a new level of care for patients while they are in the hospital. Our board-certified hospitalists are internal medicine physicians, with specialized expertise in caring for more complex patients. They are specifically skilled in monitoring hospital patients for any complications or issues with new medication management, as well as coordinating care across all providers.
Leaving the Hospital
Discharge planning is a crucial aspect of patient care. Discharge nurses help to ensure that quality medical care and comprehensive instructions are provided in order to prevent re-hospitalization. The discharge nurse is the liaison between the patient and their clinical team at Skagit Regional Health.
Discharge nurses will:
- Establish patient referral: Patients may need additional healthcare services following discharge, such as physical therapy or a primary care physician.
- Initiates discharge planning procedures: Discharge nurses work with the physician and the patient’s clinical team to be certain that all plans are in order for the time of discharge. They review these plans with the patient and their family, and answer any questions that arise.
- Verify equipment and safety at home: The discharge nurses verify that the patient has any devices needed for home and verify insurance coverage. Additionally, they will review any safety concerns, such as possible fall precautions, and ensure the patient has anything additional needed to mitigate any safety concerns.
Discharge nurses will work with you and your family, along with your healthcare team, to assist with coordinating your insurance benefits and any additional needs to prepare you for discharge.
There are many options available for care after you are discharged from the hospital. From assisted living to rehabilitative services, we can help you determine what will fit within your care plan.