Children's Hospitals

Children’s hospitals understand the special needs of kids. 
They diagnose and treat children’s physical symptoms, and understand their feelings and fears.


Sacred Heart Children's Hospital

101 W. 8th Avenue
Spokane, WA   99220
(509)  474-3131
http://washington.providence.org/hospitals/sacred-heart-childrens-hospital/
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center's Children's Hospital has a 161-beds—with more than 90 pediatric sub-specialists and a Level IV NICU. 


Shriners Hospital for Children - Spokane
911 W. Fifth Avenue
Spokane, WA   99204
(509) 455-7844
http://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/spokane
Specialty:  orthopedic care, age 0-18)
No. of Doctors / Nurses on Staff:  10/45. 
Roughly 145 full-time, and 60 part-time.  10 / 45
No. of Beds:  30, but their typical occupancy rate is 3 to 6 patients.  Most children go home at the end of the day. 
Region served:  Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Canada
In 2016, Spokane's Shriners Hospital treated more than 10,000 youngsters, regardless of their ability to pay. 
Patients must first be seen by a doctor or emergency room, where they can then be referred to Shriners.