As a multi-specialty clinic, Rockwood patients have the benefit of
primary care, urgent care and specialty care from multiple
locations including Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Cheney and Medical
Rockwood sees more than 160,000 patients a year and employs more
than 350 physicians and providers with a total of more than 1450
employees. Rockwood offers more than 40 specialties and operates
from 12 primary clinical locations providing concentrated medical
and urgent care services and several other specialty care locations
throughout Spokane and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Rockwood is the
largest freestanding outpatient diagnostic and treatment center
between Central Washington and Minneapolis. The Clinic is the
largest regional referral center and is home to the region's most
comprehensive and skilled medical and health care experts. We
all function under a promise of "Working Together for a Healthier
Rockwood patients know if their health care needs expand, an
integrated group of specialists is available for their specific
condition and will work closely with their primary physician for
assessment, treatment and follow-up. This allows for easy
consultation between physicians and convenient referral of patients
between specialties. With the advent of electronic health records,
our patient's medical information is easily accessible to our
providers, regardless of their location. It is our goal as
Spokane's major outpatient and diagnostic and treatment center to
provide the highest quality of medical care.
Rockwood accepts most insurance plans and you do not need to be
an existing patient to see our providers.
From primary care to surgical needs and audiology to weight loss
surgery, Rockwood offers exceptional health care and medical
services to our patients.
History: Founded in 1930 by Dr. William W. Robinson.
States: Washington and Idaho
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Number of physicians: 150+
Number of total employees: 1,100+
Despite uncertain financial times, a young doctor began building
what was to become one of the Northwest's largest outpatient
clinics and regional referral centers for multi-specialty care. Dr.
William W. Robinson, a Spokane native and graduate of Rush Medical
College in Chicago, returned to Spokane in 1930 to establish a
medical practice. With 10 patients and a staff of four, Robinson
opened Rockwood Clinic Hospital on Spokane's South Hill.
Rockwood Clinic is located in Spokane, Washington - a city
situated along the banks of the Spokane River, where the Columbia
River Valley rises to meet the forests of the northern Rockies.
With over 200,000 people (over 400,000 in the metro area),
Spokane is the third largest city in Washington State and serves as
a healthcare and service hub for the 1.5 million people in its
service area of eastern Washington, northern Idaho and western
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Rockwood Clinic providers saw more than 160,000 patients last year