Building a Healthier, Happier Community
Located in the heart of Spokane, Washington, St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute is the largest freestanding medical rehabilitation hospital in the inland northwest. We’re renowned pioneers in the use of therapeutic technology and globally-recognized
leaders in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with strokes, spinal cord injuries (SCI), orthopedic issues and traumatic brain injuries (TBI). We’re driven by innovation, compassion, holistic care and the desire to see each patient thrive.
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute is a service of Providence Health
& Services – Washington. Providence Health & Services is the largest health care provider in Washington state. With more than 35 hospitals, various health and living facilities and 20,000 employees statewide, our health and services organizations
work together to provide quality care to those in need. We continue to honor and live by a commitment to compassionate service that the Sisters of Providence began more than 155 years ago.
Health for a better world.
As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the
ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.
St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute seeks to provide value to those served by treating the whole person with regard to physical, intellectual, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs in order to restore to their fullest potential the capacity for living.
Excellence of care will take place in an atmosphere of compassion, reverence and integrity.
"Know me, care for me, ease my way."
more about the Providence Mission.
Cultural Responsiveness Mission/Vision
St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute provides an environment which encourages acknowledgment, understanding,
respect and awareness of individual differences. Our goal is to embrace the diverse cultures and experiences of our community.
Review our Code of Conduct.
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Patients can rest assured that they have chosen a world-class facility that undergoes rigorous reviews.
St. Luke’s is committed to addressing and solving the problems that impact our patients and local populations.
We’re proud to work with the COHE Community of Eastern Washington to provide continued improvement for injured workers in the Inland Northwest.
Whether you are an individual, family, church group, corporation or foundation, there are many ways to get involved.
Volunteers are a vital part of St. Luke’s mission to provide excellence in physical rehabilitative care.