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Astria Sunnyside Hospital | Emergency Department
Astria Sunnyside Hospital was founded in 1946 and is located in the heart of the beautiful wine country of Washington State. Astria Sunnyside Hospital became an an affiliate of non-profit Astria Health in September 2017. The 25 bed Astria Sunnyside Hospital is a critical access hospital that also operates a series of primary care clinics and provider-based specialty clinics. The hospital offers a 24-hour Level IV Emergency Room, Intensive Care Unit, a Level 1 Cardiac facility, a Cancer Center, a Family Birth Center, Nephrology, Inpatient surgical services and an Ambulatory Surgery Center, Wound Care including hyperbarics, behavioral health services including an Intensive Outpatient Program which is a comprehensive psychiatric program for older adults, and Hearing and Speech services. Astria Sunnyside Hospital also provides the people living and working throughout the region with advanced diagnostics such as MRI, laboratory, digital mammography, 3-D obstetrical ultrasound and nutritional education and services.
The hospital is a tax exempt, nonprofit facility and is an affiliate of Astria Health. An unpaid board of trustees governs the hospital. No one will be denied services based on inability to pay, and discounts are available based on family size and income.
The Cafeteria is located in the main hospital and is open to the general public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Emergency Services and Level IV Trauma Services (365 Days/Year, 24 Hours/Day)
- Behavioral Health
- 3-D mammography
- Colorectal Surgery
- Critical Care Medicine
- Diabetes Education
- Durable Medical Equipment and Home Medical Supply
- Ear, Nose and Throat
- Gynecology (Including non-invasive gynecology)
- Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN)
- Nutritional Services
- Plastic Surgery
- Sleep Medicine
- Sports Medicine
Astria Sunnyside Hospital Standard Charges
The estimates we provide are for care without complications. Actual charges may be different for specific patients due to medical condition, length of time spent in surgery or recovery, necessary specific equipment, supplies or medication, complications requiring unanticipated procedures or other treatment ordered by the physician. When comparing charges with other hospitals or provider practices, it is important to understand that their charges may or may not include both the hospital charges and the charges for services provided by doctors or other providers. This information is not a quote or a guarantee of what the charges will be for a specific patient’s care. This charge information does not include the professional services provided by a physician, surgeon, radiologist, anesthesiologist, pathologist, advanced practice nurse or other independent practitioners.
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