In late 2012, Valley General Hospital signed an affiliation agreement with the EvergreenHealth network. This new strategic alliance agreement allowed Valley General to become EvergreenHealth Monroe in March 2015. Our public hospital – as part of the EvergreenHealth network –is motivated by the mission of ensuring the safest, most satisfying care at the best value. This unwavering commitment has allow us to be proud members of a network that has earned national recognition.
You can trust us to deliver on our promises on time and on budget – our outstanding track record proves our commitment to the communities we serve.
Healthgrades, the nation’s leading provider of independent hospital ratings, ranked EvergreenHealth as one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for 2019. For the third consecutive year (2017-2019), Healthgrades recognized EvergreenHealth among the top 2% of hospitals in the nation. And, for three consecutive years, Becker’s Hospital Review recognized EvergreenHealth as among the top 100 great community hospitals in the nation.
We understand that EvergreenHealth’s record of excellence depends on tireless pursuit of providing exceptional, compassionate, and high-quality service to the community. Delivering the safest, most satisfying care at the best value will require upgrading our facilities to meet healthcare demands, and the equipping our talented doctors and nurses with the latest, cutting-edge technology.
Prop 1, on your April 23rdballot, will provide funding that will allow us to continue delivering excellent care to EvergreenHealth Monroe’s community in Snohomish County.
Prop 1, on your April 23rdballot, will provide funding that will allow us to continue delivering excellent care to EvergreenHealth Monroe’s community in Snohomish County. These additions include:
- upgrading our emergency room equipment and proving a 24/7 trauma team, allowing our skilled doctors and nurses to provide superior life-saving care at all times to our community. This would allow us to seek state approval to a heightened trauma level (up to a Level 3 Trauma Center from Level 4)
- reinstating the maternity unit for low-risk pregnancy patients and providing updated healthcare equipment to welcome newborns and ensure quality care for the next generation
- transitioning to electronic medical record (EMR) systems to enhance patient safety by streamlining provider-to-provider communications and establishing an accessible patient online portal that would empower patients to take control of their healthcare at any time, from anywhere.
You can trust us to deliver on our promises on time and on budget – our outstanding track record proves our commitment to the communities we serve. Help us continue serving our community with exceptional, high quality patient care by voting to Approve Prop 1 for our public hospital.