Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) is a new critical access hospital which replaces a smaller, obsolete building and provides more services to a wider community. A collaborative IPD project, SVH includes 25 single-occupancy patient rooms, full diagnostic imaging, a lab, an emergency department with two trauma rooms, rehabilitation therapy, endoscopy, infusion services, an outpatient clinic, women’s services, a USP 797 Pharmacy, full food services, public dining and meeting rooms, and a conference and training center. Soderstrom designed infrastructure flexibility to add a future surgery wing. SVH has full generator coverage and an eight day emergency fuel supply. The second floor includes a dayroom and large rehabilitation therapy room. Patient rooms have views to the surrounding forest. Walking paths and a healing garden provide connection to nature. SVH received a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital Quality Award by the National Rural Health Association in 2015.


Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

Project Type

Critical Access Hospital

Construction Type

New Construction


Snoqualmie, Washington


70,000 SF


acute care beds, imaging, emergency department, rehabilitation therapy, endoscopy, infusion services,  outpatient clinic, women’s services, pharmacy, public dining and meeting rooms, conference and training center, landscaped gardens

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