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Confluence Health was formed in 2013 as an affiliation between Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Central Washington Hospital, to create an integrated rural healthcare delivery system that includes two hospitals, multi-specialty care in over 30 service lines and primary care in ten communities across North Central Washington. With over 225 physicians and 100 advanced practice clinicians, we serve an area of approximately 12,000 square miles, and cover nearly every corner of this region through specialty outreach. Located in the heart of Washington, we enjoy open skies, snow-capped mountains, and the lakes and rivers of the high desert. We are the proud home of orchards, farms, and small communities.


See how Confluence Health is delivering expert medicine to rural communities in the region. And, learn how you can be a part of it.

dr. smith

Dr. Smith's story in Wenatchee.

Dr. Smith has a busy Oncology practice, serving patients in North Central Washington and providing a majority of their care locally. Hear why practicing rural medicine is a life she loves because of the relationships you develop.

dr. thompson

Dr. Thompson's story in Moses Lake.

Dr. Thompson wanted to return home to Washington, and was looking for a community where he could raise a growing family. Hear why he says that “Moses Lake is better than we even knew about it coming in.”

dr. wilson

Dr. Wilson's story in Oroville.

Dr. Wilson has a thriving career in rural medicine. Based in Tonasket and covering Oroville, his practice is characteristic of Confluence Health, where we bring the promise of better care to rural Washington with the support of a larger organization.

What is Confluence Health?