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Ocean Beach Hospital

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Ocean Beach Hospital’s emergency medical team is prepared to respond to all types of medical emergencies. Our emergency care center is fully equipped and physician-staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Our physicians and nurses received specialized training and certified in Advanced Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Emergency resuscitation.

Ocean Beach Hospital is a Level IV trauma center, which means we provide initial evaluation and stabilization of patients who suffer trauma, such as an injury in an automobile accident. We also treat patients with heart attack and stroke and are part of the new Washington State Emergency Cardiac and Stroke System. The emergency department has eight private treatment rooms, two dedicated to trauma resuscitation.

Emergency Department features

  • 6,100 Annual ER visits
  • 24 hour shifts
http://www.oceanbeachhospital.com/
 Community Information

Located at the mouth of the Columbia River, Ilwaco is the gateway to one of our nation’s newest national treasures, the Lewis, and Clark National & State Historical Park. Lighthouses, pristine beaches, fabulous campgrounds and breathtaking hiking trails all invite you to experience the unparalleled natural beauty of the area. The Port of Ilwaco is the Pacific Northwest’s premiere sturgeon, salmon, halibut, crab and tuna fishing destination.

If visiting our Saturday Waterfront Market or dining on the world’s best seafood, our antique malls, canneries, seafood markets, great restaurants, comfortable lodgings, excellent art galleries, unique upscale shops and award-winning Heritage Museum are all a quick stroll away. Festivals, River Tours, and many other attractions are sure to make your visit memorable.

http://www.ilwaco-wa.gov/
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