A Message to Our Patients and Community

In order to protect the health of our patients, employees and community, and as a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute is implementing additional visitor and therapy restrictions in accordance with recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In addition, some hospital access points will be consolidated at our hospital campus location. These changes take effect Tuesday, March 17 at 7 a.m.

Inpatient Hospital Units

Entrance points at St. Luke’s main campus will have one primary entrance where screenings will be conducted to ensure that only appropriate visitors are coming into the building: 

  • Main entrance of the Medical Office Building & Hospital at 715 S. Cowley

Visitors asked to wear masks: There are very few visitors allowed in our locations. For those who do meet our visitor restrictions, we are following the Center for Disease Control and Joint Commission guidelines in asking that all visitors wear a mask while they are inside the facility. Simple masks will be provided for visitors at each monitored entrance. 

Visitors: St. Luke’s understands the importance of patients having access to their loved ones while receiving care in the hospital. We ask patients and their families to consider communication through phone and video chat. If an in-person visit is absolutely necessary, the following restrictions will apply:

  • One visitor per patient will be allowed and must be 18 years or older and be immediate family (or powers of attorney, guardians, or patient representative). 
  • Visitors will be screened at the main entrance prior to entering patient care areas.
  • Anyone who exhibits cold or flu-like symptoms, or has a fever will be asked to return home.

St. Luke’s Waterfall Café is allowing limited access to current patients, their families and St. Luke’s employees. General public access is not being allowed at this time. 

Outpatient Therapy Clinics:

Update Monday, May 4: 

St. Luke's expands in-person outpatient therapy services May 4

St. Luke's expands in-person outpatient therapy services at its main campus starting Monday, May 4. While we continued to provide urgent and emergent therapy services at our main campus location the last two months, St. Luke's is now carefully and thoughtfully expanding to those patients needing essential therapies. Patients will be notified for upcoming therapy sessions. For now, outpatient services will be consolidated to our main outpatient clinic. We continue to evaluate the need to expand to other outpatient locations over time. In line with CDC guidelines related to COVID-19, safety measures have been in place to ensure safe therapy sessions. To protect our caregivers and patients, visitor restrictions, symptom screenings, physical distancing accommodations, and universal masking remain in place.

Update Thursday, March 25: St. Luke's has temporarily closed all outpatient sites except for the main hospital campus where we are seeing urgent/emergent and occupational medicine patients in the medical office building third floor. 

Update Thursday, March 19: St. Luke’s is providing inpatient rehabilitation services. As previously communicated, St. Luke’s continues to temporarily limit outpatient therapy services. Please see below for a brief recap of outpatient services:

  • Outpatient Clinics including our North, Valley, Pediatrics and Cardiac & Pulmonary clinics will be temporarily closed beginning Monday, March 23.
  • Adult outpatient services at the Main campus will continue to remain open for urgent and emergent patients as designated by the patient’s health care provider. These visits will be on a staggered schedule in adherence to social-distancing guidelines. 
  • COHE Health Service Coordinators continue to process injured worker claims. 

Update Tuesday, March 17: In accordance with CDC guidelines, please be aware of the following changes taking effect Tuesday March 17:

  • Pediatric outpatient entrance on S. Chandler is available only to pediatric patients and their family member. Screenings will be conducted upon arrival.
  • Outpatient Cardiac & Pulmonary Therapy sessions are being postponed until further notice.
  • Outpatient therapy services for "high risk" and older populations are being postponed at least until April 16.
  • Any person coming to the main hospital campus for outpatient therapy services, will be screened. 
  • Patients being seen in an outpatient clinic are encouraged to come on their own.
  • We encourage anyone who is not feeling well to stay home.
  • St. Luke's therapy teams will be calling patients the week of April 6 with an update. 

St. Luke’s, in collaboration with our health partners, continues to monitor the risk of COVID-19 closely and will make adjustments to visitor restrictions, as necessary. We appreciate your help in keeping our patients, visitors and caregivers safe.

For information on Coronavirus, visit www.providence.org/coronavirus

St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute (Main Campus)

Inpatient Hospital & Outpatient Services
711 South Cowley St.
Spokane, WA 99202

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Inpatient Hospital & Outpatient Services

711 South Cowley St. 
Spokane, WA 99202
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614 S. Chandler Street 
Spokane, WA 99202
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Occupational Rehabilitation (North) - Now being seen at St. Luke's Main Campus

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Outpatient Therapy & Occupational Rehabilitation (Valley) - Now being seen at St. Luke's Main Campus

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Questions? Call us at (509) 473-6000.

St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
711 S. Cowley St.
Spokane, WA 99202-1330

Inpatient Information: (509) 473-6058 or 1-833-FOR-SLR-1
Outpatient Information: (509) 473-6869