Providence Washington Covid-19 Updates

Helping Protect Our Communities

Health care worker prepares to give patient COVID-19 vaccineWe continue to work closely with our state and local public health authorities to help administer the vaccine as it becomes available. We will share information about vaccine availability in our communities on our website, through news channels and on social media. Until then, there is no need to contact your Providence or Kadlec doctor’s office for vaccine appointments.

Learn more about vaccine eligibility and availability in your community from the Washington State Department of Health site.  

Check below for local updates:


Learn more about what we’re doing to safeguard the health and well-being of our patients, caregivers and the community.

Important information for patients in Spokane and Stevens County, including vaccine updates, how to safely see your doctor, visitor policies, entry into our facilities, clinic closures and more.
In order to protect the health of our communities, and as a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, Providence Regional Medical Center has instituted visitor restrictions.
Important information for Lewis & Thurston counties, including vaccine updates, how to safely see your doctor, visitor policies, entry into our facilities, clinic closures and more
Providence St. Mary asks community for help in turning the tide of COVID-19
Information about COVID-19 Vaccines
Get the latest COVID updates and resources for the residents, patients, caregivers and volunteers at Providence Mount St. Vincent and St. Joseph Residence.
We take your health and safety seriously. Learn about the steps we’re taking to protect your health and ours.
You can now meet face-to-face with your provider from the safety and comfort of your home using a smartphone, tablet or computer – for the same price as your standard office visit copay.
We launched a new centralized website that lists all our testing collection sites across the Providence health system.
Updates on visitor restrictions at Providence St. Mary hospital in Washington.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, we at Providence have seen the compassion and genuine care from individuals and businesses of our community. Many of you have inquired about donating meals, gift cards,
Providence Cardiac Rehabilitation has paused operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, effect at the end of the day March 20.

We are a community and we are in this together. Our goal is your good health.

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