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Wenatchee Valley Medical Center

Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, established in 1940, is a multi-specialty group practice with a regional focus and a commitment to serve patient needs by providing the highest quality healthcare and services in an atmosphere of concern and caring.

With over 170 physicians providing comprehensive medical and ancillary services, we are the second largest multi-specialty clinic in the Pacific Northwest. Our physicians provide primary care to area residents and also draw patients from throughout the region for specialty care. Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, with its seven locations, serves an area of roughly 12,000 square miles.  The research department enrolls pateints for several studies on diabetes treatments each year.

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The mission of the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center is to provide our patients with the highest quality healthcare and service in a friendly and caring atmosphere.

Our organization is also committed to assisting in the development of one of the nation's best rural healthcare delivery systems.

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