Regional Hospital
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Our History

A First for Seattle and Our Region, Growing Alongside Our Region

Established in 1994 as our region’s first long-term acute care hospital, Regional Hospital has continuously provided state-of-the-art and compassionate care to patients in need of ventilator weaning and complex medical needs for over 10 years. And just as Seattle and our region have grown, we have grown in kind. Originally a 17-bed facility, we have expanded to become a 40-bed facility and the premier long-term acute care hospital in a five-state region. As we look to the future, Regional Hospital remains dedicated to expanding our service capabilities so we can meet the needs of our ever-growing region.

Growing alongside our region

1994 – Regional Hospital opened its doors with 17 beds
1997 – Our first expansion increases our capacity to 27 beds

The Joint Commission
Accredited by
The Joint

Member of
National Association
of Long Term Hospitals

Member of
Washington State
Hospital Association

Regional Hospital for Respiratory and Complex Care,
a Joint Commission accredited facility, is a Long Term Acute
Care Hospital (LTACH) providing specialized hospital services
for critically ill patients experiencing prolonged recoveries.
16251 Sylvester Road S.W., Burien, WA 98166
(206) 248-4604 phone • (206) 439-4688 fax