Below, you’ll find information about the number of beds and patient populations that each of our units serve, as well as the nursing model of care and some of the advanced nursing skills particular to each area.

All units serve patients from infancy through young adulthood, except as follows:

  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine serves patients ages 3–21
  • Rehabilitation serves patients 18 months through adults
  • Neonatal Intensive Care serves premature infants up until 7 months

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: Staff floats to Emergency Department and Surgical, Cancer Care, Rehabilitation and Medical Units
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: IV placement, central venous line repair, chemotherapy/biotherapy certified

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: 30 pediatric specialties with many subspecialties
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, MAs, clinical administrators
    • Advanced nursing skills: Care coordination, symptom telephone triage, inpatient education, unique treatments and procedures, specific to various specialties

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: 21 pediatric specialties at 8 sites of care including Bellevue, Everett, Mill Creek, Olympia, Federal Way, Tri-Cities, Wenatchee and Seattle. Out-of-state locations include Montana and Alaska.
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, MAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Care coordination, symptom telephone triage

    • Number of beds: 22
    • Patient populations: Rheumatology, hematology/oncology, gastroenterology, immunology, biochemical genetics
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, MAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Chemotherapy/biotherapy certified

    • Number of beds: 48
    • Patient populations: Oncology, blood disorders
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Chemotherapy/biotherapy certified, bone marrow transplant, immunotherapy, radioisotopes

    • Number of beds: 2
    • Patient populations: Cardiology: congenital, transplant, electrophysiology
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, cardiovascular technologists, radiology technologists
    • Advanced nursing skills: Catheterization, electrophysiology and hybrid procedures

    • Number of beds: 16
    • Patient populations: Post-operative cardiac surgery, cardiac transplant heart failure, congenital cardiac defects
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Ventilators, ventricular assist devices, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), transplant, continuous renal replacement therapy

    • Number of exam rooms: 10
    • Patient populations: Cardiology: acquired, congenital, surgical follow-up, transplant
    • Nursing model of care: MDs, RNs, MAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Care coordination

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: All conditions
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Case management

    • Number of beds: 7
    • Patient populations: Nephrology, dialysis
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Acute and chronic hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis

    • Number of beds: 38
    • Patient populations: All conditions
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, emergency department technicians, nurse technicians
    • Advanced nursing skills: Advanced triage, critical care, resuscitation, IV placement, sedation, procedures

    • Number of beds: 2
    • Patient populations: GI disorders: liver failure/transplant, inflammatory bowel disease, gall bladder issues, motility disorders, ulcerative colitis
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Anesthesia support, endoscope operations, circulate procedures, IV placement

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: Hematology/oncology, gastroenterology, transplant, pulmonary, immunology, infectious disease
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Central line care, patient and caregiver education

    • Number of beds: 2
    • Patient populations: Transplants, complex cardiac, vascular malformation, hematology/oncology, dialysis
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, radiology technologists
    • Advanced nursing skills: Anesthesia support, circulating procedures, assist with invasive monitoring

    • Number of beds: 80
    • Patient populations: General medicine, endocrinology, pulmonary, neurology, rheumatology, craniofacial, gastroenterology
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Tracheostomies, ventilators

    • Number of beds: 27–32
    • Patient populations: Prematurity with surgical needs, congenital anomalies, surgical, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), neonatal ENT
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Ventilators, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), amplitude integrated electroencephalography (aEEG), external ventricular drainage

    • Number of beds: 32
    • Patient populations: Medical, endocrinology, pulmonary, neurosurgery, orthopedic, general surgery, transplant, otolaryngology
    • Nursing model of care: RNs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Ventilators, ICP monitoring, continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), external ventricular devices, transplant

    • Number of beds: 34
    • Patient populations: Cardiac, craniofacial, dental/oral, general surgery, neurosurgery
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, CNAs, surgical technologists, anesthesia technicians
    • Advanced nursing skills: ECMO cannulation, robotics, solid organ transplant, lasers

    • Number of beds: 41
    • Patient populations: Depression, eating disorders, anxiety
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, pediatric mental health specialists
    • Advanced nursing skills: Nasogastric tubes, behavior management, wound care, diabetes

    • Number of beds: 7
    • Patient populations: Sedation, anesthesia or nursing support for diagnostic exams
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, radiology technologists
    • Advanced nursing skills: Anesthesia support (induction), monitoring for minimal and moderate sedation, recovery of sedated and anesthetized patients, IV placement

    • Number of beds: 12
    • Patient populations: Traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, poly-trauma, cerebral palsy post-op, stroke
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, LPNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Ventilators (trach/vent, trach/bi-pap), autonomic dysreflexia (AD)

    • Number of clinic rooms: 10
    • Patient populations: Oncology, endocrinology, pulmonology, allergy, infectious disease
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, MAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Perform research procedures, phlebotomy, IV placement, port access, anaphylaxis management

    • Number of beds: 80
    • Patient populations: Over 30 surgical specialties, including neuro, orthopedic, cardiac, transplant and nephrology
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, LPNs, CNAs
    • Advanced nursing skills: Ventricular assist devices (VADs), ventriculostomy, peritoneal dialysis, external pacemakers

    • Number of beds: N/A
    • Patient populations: Abdominal transplants (liver, kidney, intestine)
    • Nursing model of care: RN transplant coordinators
    • Advanced nursing skills: Care coordination

    • Number of beds: 7–10
    • Patient populations: Acute pediatric illnesses and injury
    • Nursing model of care: RNs, nurse technologists
    • Advanced nursing skills: Triage, IV placement, sedation, procedures