Emergency Services

Whether an emergency happens at home, on the job, highway or ski slopes an emergency department in the community reduces the risks associated with lengthy travel times of an injured or ill loved-one. Patients receive expert, advanced care from around-the-clock team of emergency physicians and a highly-trained staff of nurses and technicians. Whether it means a bandage, splint, hospital admission, or a trip by helicopter to a trauma center, the best path for emergency care starts here.

Emergency rooms treat patients with life-threatening conditions who need care immediately, such as:

– Allergic reactions
– Asthma attacks
– Deep cuts
– Dehydration
– Fractures
– Head Injuries
– Pediatric concerns

– Pneumonia
– Respiratory conditions
– Severe abdominal pain
– Severe pain
– Stroke symptoms
– Suspected heart attack
– Uncontrolled bleeding

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Stroke Awareness

Know the Sign and Symptoms of Stroke

Heart Attack
Know the Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack

New Statewide Coordination System
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital: Level II Cardiac Care and Level III Stroke Care

Healthcare Treatment Coordination
Healthcare System of Transfer

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
9801 Frontier Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
t (425) 831-2300
Open 24/7

Please click on the photograph of the following providers for more information:

Jason Rubin, MD

Emergency Medicine

Jonathan Halper, MD

Emergency Medicine

Karen Tom, MD

Emergency Medicine

Duane Anderson, MD

Emergency Medicine

William Korbonits, MD

Emergency Medicine