About Our Hospital

Kindred Hospital Seattle – First Hill is an 50-bed transitional care hospital offering the same in depth care you would receive in a traditional hospital, but for an extended recovery period. We partner with your physician and offer 24-hour clinical care seven days a week so you can start your journey to wellness. We are located in the heart of downtown Seattle, surrounded by a number of shops and restaurants within walking distance.

Kindred Hospital Seattle - First Hill

1334 Terry Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
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Nearby Locations

Kindred Hospice
115 NE 100th Street
Bldg A
Suite 210
Seattle, WA 98125
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Kindred at Home
155 NE 100th St
Suite 510
Seattle, WA 98125
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Types of Care

When you are referred to one of our hospitals, our team of skilled professionals will provide specialized care to address all of your complex medical needs. Your physician-led care team will visit daily to review and assess your condition so you can recover to the fullest extent possible.

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