Swedish Edmonds Hospital

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21601 76TH AVENUE WEST, EDMONDS, WA 98026 USA

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Phone

(425) 640-4000
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21601 76TH AVENUE WEST, EDMONDS, WA 98026 USA

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2.5 out of 5 stars

Eleen Hartley
Eleen Hartley

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I arrived to the Emergency Dept with complains of heart issues. I was seen immediately and taken care of by some extrodinary nurses and physicians. They took very good care of me, diagnosed my problem and referred me to the appropriate doctors. So thankful for their quick response.

Mathew Schweitzer
Mathew Schweitzer

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Terrible experience. Waited 4 hours total to be treated and sent home. This is not a charity, this is a business and they need to figure out how to treat patients when things get busy. I know I will be paying hundreds of dollars for minutes of actual time with the doctors. Even a simple thing like drawing blood they could not get right! My wife had a huge bruise on her arm after they tried to draw blood multiple times unsucessfully. Will never go back here!

Kim Trotter
Kim Trotter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

My husband appendix ruptured recently. They were AMAZING! Took very good care of us!

Carmon K
Carmon K

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 days ago

Had a horrifying experience with a female physician assistant in the ER telling us my dad didnt have long to live. We found out after an awful stressful evening, she was wrong. Took us 1 hr to get into an ER seat which they couldnt do much but administer morphine. Then after another six hours we had an ER room in which they could start actual care. 24 hrs later we were able to get into an actual hospital bed. We were told the hospital was filled, and this is why it took so long. But after being transferred to a hospital room, from a beautiful ER area, the room had doors falling off cabinets, room was cramped with one tiny window. I will say, we encountered one lovely male PA who initiated the CT ( the female PA took over the next shift and gave wrong results) and a very smart male nurse in the ER. We have found an awesome speech therapist and a few very efficient nurses in the hospital. Too bad for the awful run down hospital rooms. If they had a maintenance crew as well as utilized their second floor for patient rooms, they might be a decent hospital. And make sure experienced radiologists give results. :/ never receieved an apology for this either. We wouldn’t have been so frustrated if she had come and expressed an apology for the turmoil created when telling me my dad didnt have long to live.

Tim Horton
Tim Horton

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Going on 24 hours now and my wife is still sitting in the hallway in the ER. She's gotten no sleep because of the noise and lights, she has to beg to be fed and trying to use the bathroom takes hours for someone to help her. They keep saying they are waiting for a room to open up and we keep seeing them take people up to there rooms. Not sure what's going on with this hospital but this is going to get to be a legal issue real soon

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