Ferry County Memorial Hospital
Republic is in Ferry County, in rural northeast Washington. Situated amidst national forest and mountain passes, the region is very rural and geographically isolated from other counties. Ferry County Public Hospital District provides the only hospital in Ferry County, and the closest other hospitals are over 40 miles away over high passes. Because of our remote setting it is vital that the hospital provide skilled critical care.
History: Ferry County Memorial Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital, was established in Republic, Washington in 1945 and moved to its present facility in June of 1974. Until 1989, the Hospital was operated by the Ferry County Hospital Association, a private group composed of members of the community.
Vision Statement: Ferry County Health commits to long-term service of our community's healthcare needs.
Our Vision Statement: To be our community's lifelong partner in health.
Our Mission Statement: To strengthen the health and well-being of our community through partnership and trust.