Nestled at the base of Mt. Rainier in the growing city of Enumclaw, Washington is Enumclaw Regional Hospital. It is an acute care facility founded in 1949. Licensed for 38 beds, it is currently utilizing 25 beds in the Federal Designated Critical Access Hospital Program. With a medical staff of over 40 physicians trained in primary and specialty care, ERH is able to help with most medical conditions or emergencies. The physicians, administration, and staff maintain excellent professional relationships with other healthcare facilities in the area to offer quality care in the community or at another facility, if necessary. Hospital employees are skilled in nursing, pulmonary therapy, radiology, anesthesia, laboratory, obstetrics, surgery, emergency care, physical therapy, pharmacy, and community education.
Enumclaw is located in western Washington State, approximately 45 miles southeast of Seattle, and beautifully situated in the foothills of Mount Rainier. With a current population of 11,220, Enumclaw has retained its small town character while benefiting from the growth of the surrounding region.