Confluence Health's mission is to improve our patients' health by providing safe, high-quality care in a compassionate and cost-effective manner.

Established on July 21, 2013, Confluence Health is an affiliation between Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Central Washington Hospital. With over 350 physicians and mid-level practitioners, we provide primary care to area residents and also draw patients from throughout the region for specialty care.

Confluence Health actively supports the communities we serve and their quality of life through our community support program and through our individual efforts as involved community members.

Affiliations

Confluence Health and its Cancer Treatment Center are affiliates with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).

Confluence Health and Virginia Mason have a cardiac affiliation through which physicians from each organization collaborate on numerous aspects of patient care and share best practices with one another.

This affiliation represents two outstanding health care organizations, who share similar values, formalizing a relationship to provide the residents of North Central Washington with access to high-quality, efficient and cost-effective health care.

Confluence Health has an affiliation with University of Washington / Harborview Medical Center to provide for expert Stroke consultation services and neurosurgical coverage. This partnership allows for the rapid diagnosis and treatment of all types of Strokes, and provides for immediate transport to a level 1 Comprehensive Stroke Center if needed, while allowing the majority of North Central Washington patients to remain at our locally at our level 2 Primary Stroke Center.

WWAMI is a partnership between University of Washington School of Medicine and the states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho (take the initials and you get WWAMI). This partnership provides publicly supported medical education to students from this five-state region.

The WRITE Program is a clinical medical education program developed by the University Of Washington School Of Medicine as a means to help meet the need for rural primary care physicians in the Washingrton, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho (WWAMI) region. Confluence Health's Moses Lake Clinic is one of the training campuses for the WRITE Program. This opportunity provides selected third-year medical students an appropriate mix of ambulatory and hospital experience during a 20-week clinical education experience at a rural primary care teaching site.

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