Bethany of the Northwest, Regional Medical Center, and Swedish Edmonds Hospital are working together to support the needs of the community. This joint partnership, Everett Transitional Care Services, serves a very important purpose for this in Snohomish county in need. Initially, we collaborated on a special needs rehab unit. In 2020, as the community needs changed, the focus of our partnership turned to those who are struggling to find placement in skilled nursing, assisted living, adult family homes, or other community locations. These individuals would otherwise remain in the hospital unnecessarily. Everett Transitional Care Services is a conduit that connects individuals from the hospital to home, at the pace that is appropriate for them. Initially, this partnership utilized 31 beds at Providence Pacific Campus. In November 2022 it expanded to a second floor, for a total of 62 beds dedicated to serve this population.
Medicare & Medicaid Certified
Short-Term Sub-Acute Care
Certified Wound Specialist
Chapel Services – Chaplain on Staff
Bedside X-Ray & Ultrasound
24 Hour Skilled Nursing Care
Complex Medical Care
Certified Registered Dietician
Wound Vac Therapy
Surgical & Stroke Rehabilitation
Social Services & Discharge Planning
RN Case Manager/
IV Hydration, IV Medication, Oxygen Therapy
Everyone deserves a safe and welcoming environment for recovery. ETCS assists both in long-term placement and connecting to important resources.
Whether the discharge is to a home, a rehabilitation facility or a nursing home, careful planning is critical to the health and well-being of your loved one.
Effective discharge planning can decrease the chances of being readmitted to the hospital and facilitate a smooth transition. ETCS helps guide the way.
Everett Transitional Care Services (ETCS) seeks to improve the quality of life for patients being discharged from the hospital and help transition to the next level of care. If being discharged to a rehab facility or nursing home, effective transition planning ensures continuity of care, clarifies the current state of health and capabilities, reviews medications and helps select the facility to be released to.
Evaluation of the patient by qualified personnel.
Discussion with the patient and family.
Planning for homecoming or transfer to a care facility.
Referrals to support organizations in the community.
Arranging for follow-up appointments or tests.
Director of Nursing
Una Hubble, RN
Pastor Todd Wright
Take the Everett Avenue exit #194, west to Broadway.
Turn left at the light and follow Broadway to Pacific Avenue.
Turn right and go west on Pacific Avenue for approximately one mile.
Take the Pacific Avenue exit #193, turn left onto Pacific Avenue.
Follow Pacific Avenue approximately 1.5 miles.
From the Highway 2 Trestle, take the Hewitt Avenue exit.
Head west on Hewitt Avenue for approximately one mile.
Turn left onto Rucker Avenue.
Then turn right at Pacific Avenue.