Providence Hospital is a pillar in the health care community of Washington, DC. The oldest continuously operating hospital in our nation's capitol, the 410-bed facility provides a full spectrum of services from behavioral health to women's services. It also administers programs for sleep disorders, geriatric care, and palliative care, in addition to its comprehensive medical and surgical services. Providence Hospital's affiliates include the adjacent Carroll Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a 250-bed facility for long-term and rehabilitative care, as well as several outpatient family, behavioral, and occupational health clinics in the region. Providence Hospital is part of the Ascension Health network.
The main hospital and rehab facility includes the OB/GYN Center for Life, a pharmacy, and a wellness center. In addition, area facilities operated by the hospital include the Seton House behavioral health center, several Senior Wellness centers, the Fort Lincoln Family Medicine Center (which serves Colmar Manor, Maryland), and the Perry Family Health Center.
Chartered by President Abraham Lincoln in 1861, Providence Hospital is the longest continuously operating hospital in the US capital. – less
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