Coulee Medical Center is a non-profit Public Hospital District located by the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River, in rural Eastern Washington State. The community sits squarely on the corner of Douglas, Grant, Lincoln, and Okanogan Counties and provides services to residents of the towns of Electric City, Grand Coulee, Coulee Dam, Nespelem, Coulee City, Hartline, Wilbur, Almira, and Keller, as well as numerous unincorporated communities located throughout five counties and the Colville Reservation. Comprehensive services including: imaging; laboratory; inpatient and outpatient services; emergency; general surgery; obstetrics; and well woman services are provided to patients at Coulee Medical Center located in Grand Coulee. Additionally, our skilled medical staff provides outreach services to patients at Coulee City Clinic and the Indian Health Service Clinic located in Nespelem on the Colville Reservation.
Coulee Medical Center is a 25-bed Trauma Level IV Critical Access Hospital providing high quality cost effective service to its patrons. Established as a "community hospital," patients receive a wide range of services while experiencing personalized service from a caring, supportive staff and the comfort of being near family and friends. An excellent network of visiting professionals and referral services enables the hospital to provide a broad spectrum of comprehensive care. With a staff of highly trained healthcare professionals and technical personnel, Coulee Medical Center offers a high level of community care, attending to the personal, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the community.
In addition to Acute Care services, Coulee Medical Center also supports a Long Term Care Unit which is located in a wing of the main hospital and is usually at capacity. Being located in the hospital complex gives the unit the advantage of having quality emergency assistance available close at hand - a uniqueness not all facilities can match.