Centers and Institutes

The UW Medicine Accountable Care Network includes more than 40 centers and institutes that provide complex and specialty care, such as joint and spine care, cardiac care and neurosciences care. These healthcare providers offer the latest treatments, procedures and therapies for highly specific medical needs. A detailed list of centers and institutes is provided below.

Network highlights

The UW Medicine Accountable Care Network includes many of the region’s finest healthcare organizations. All members share a commitment to excellent service and high-quality, efficient primary care.

MultiCare Capital Medical Center

MultiCare Capital Medical Center is a 110-bed, full-service hospital and Level IV trauma facility that has provided comprehensive healthcare services to patients in southwest Washington for more than 30 years. MultiCare Capital Medical Center is committed to delivering unmatched personal care and medical expertise, providing access to innovative treatments and advanced technologies, and building a medical staff with a broad range of physician specialties — currently at 30 and growing.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

MultiCare Capital Medical Center contact information: 

MultiCare Connected Care

MultiCare Connected Care, LLC, was established in 2014 as a wholly independent business entity by MultiCare Health System, a nonprofit healthcare organization based in Tacoma, Washington. An Accountable Care Organization (ACO), MultiCare Connected Care has established a comprehensive Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) comprised of doctors and other health care providers, as well as hospitals, clinics, and other health care services, such as imaging, labs, and pharmacies. The MultiCare Connected Care Network includes health care professionals in the community, as well as MultiCare providers.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

MultiCare Connected Care contact information:

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) brings together the leading research teams and cancer specialists from Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s, and UW Medicine – one extraordinary group whose sole purpose is the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for our patients. Based in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, SCCA has six clinical care sites, including medical and radiation oncology clinics at UW Medicine/UW Medical Center - Northwest in Seattle, Washington, and network affiliations with hospitals in five states.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance contact information:

Seattle Children’s Care Network

Seattle Children’s Care Network (SCCN) is a pediatric system of care made up of Seattle Children’s Hospital, over 600 specialists in the Children’s University Medical Group (CUMG) and 16 pediatric primary care practices comprising nearly 200 pediatricians and nurse practitioners. These member organizations share a common commitment to advance quality, reduce cost and improve patient experience across the care continuum. Providers at SCCN practices span the Puget Sound from Skagit in the north to Chehalis in the south.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

Seattle Children’s Care Network contact information:

Skagit Regional Health 

Skagit Regional Health’s mission is to “improve the health of our communities, serving with compassion and respect, one person at a time.”

Skagit Regional Health includes the 137-bed Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, the 48-bed Cascade Valley Hospital, and 27 outpatient care facilities in Skagit, Island, and north Snohomish counties.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

Skagit Regional Health contact information:

UW Medicine

UW Medicine’s mission is to improve the health of the public by advancing medical knowledge, providing outstanding primary and specialty care to the people of the region, and preparing tomorrow’s physicians, scientists, and other health professionals.

UW Medicine physicians and other healthcare professionals based in UW Medicine’s network provide highly specialized services for cardiac care; cancer care and stem cell transplantation; obstetrical care (including high-risk neonatal intensive care); sports, spine, and orthopedics care, and solid organ transplantation. Patients travel from throughout the Pacific Northwest and far beyond for these and other services.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.

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Independent provider groups

Across the Embright network, patients have access to independent providers and group practices that offer medical services ranging from primary care to specialty services. These independent providers and practices are committed to the same high level of care as other members, while further expanding the network’s reach into local communities.

Contact UW Medicine ACN to make an appointment at 888.402.4237.