Our Services

At Three Rivers Hospital, we offer a full selection of services for the community.

Online Payments

Now you can make your payments online with our secure account payment portal.


Working at Three Rivers Hospital is more than a job, it’s being part of a team.

Se Habla Español

Claro que hablamos español para nuestros miembros de la comunidad de habla española.

Public & Not for Profit
Three Rivers Hospital is a public, not-for-profit, critical access health care center serving a district bridging Okanogan and Douglas Counties, from Mazama to Monse to Mansfield. We are located in Brewster,Washington at the confluence of the Columbia, Okanogan, and Methow rivers.

Over 65 Years of Tradition
Continuing a 68-year tradition, our vision is to be a trusted community partner, providing excellence in healthcare. Our dedicated, professional healthcare team strive to create the ideal patient experience by providing compassionate, safe and respectful patient care.

Our History
Health care has changed over the years and we have a long and enduring history caring for our communities. Visit our History page to learn more about how we have been serving our hospital district since 1949 and how we support, promote and improve quality of life and overall health.

Our Mission
To lead the innovation of safe and respectful patient care with a compassionate culture supported by our dedicated, professional health care team.


If you need some help paying your hospital bill there are options available. Please speak with our Financial Counselor to see if you qualify for assistance.

Financial Counselor
509.689.2517  Ext. 3365


Si usted necesita ayuda para pagar su cuenta del hospital. Favor de hablar con nuestra Asesora Financiera para ver si es elegible para ayuda.

Asesora Financiera
509.689.2517  Ext. 3365

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The Gold Star is an employee-to-employee recognition of co-workers who exhibit hard work and dedication to their job. In October Victor Medina passed his star to Leticia Medina and now Leticia passes hers to OB Team Lead Karen Hurley, RN.

Introduced by our Board of Commissioners Chair, Vicki Orford at a 2015 all-staff meeting, where she awarded the first two Gold Stars and asked that they be passed on from employee to employee. When a Gold Star is transferred the person giving it signs the back, keeping record of all those who have been recognized by their peers for outstanding dedication.

Karen Hurley, RN embodies the qualities of a Gold Star Team Member. With nearly 20 years here at Three Rivers Hospital, Karen has inspired us all with her passion for nursing and the compassion she shows all patients. Thank You Karen, you truly deserve recognition for your dedication, hard work, and all you do to support the Hospital and our Community.

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What are the benefits of flu vaccination?

In this last post for National Influenza Vaccination Week we offer the benefits of getting a flu shot according to the CDC.

While how well the flu vaccine works can vary, there are many reasons to get a flu vaccine each year.

Flu vaccination can keep you from getting sick with flu.

Flu vaccination can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization, including among children and older adults.

Vaccine effectiveness for the prevention of flu-associated hospitalizations was similar to vaccine effectiveness against flu illness resulting in doctor’s visits in a comparative study published in 2016.

Flu vaccination is an important preventive tool for people with chronic health conditions.

Flu vaccination has been associated with lower rates of some cardiac (heart) events among people with heart disease, especially among those who experienced a cardiac event in the past year.

Flu vaccination also has been associated with reduced hospitalizations among people with diabetes (79%) and chronic lung disease (52%).

Vaccination helps protect women during and after pregnancy.

Getting vaccinated can also protect a baby after birth from flu. (Mom passes antibodies onto the developing baby during her pregnancy.)

A study that looked at flu vaccine effectiveness in pregnant women found that vaccination reduced the risk of flu-associated acute respiratory infection by about one half.

There are studies that show that flu vaccine in a pregnant woman can reduce the risk of flu illness in her baby by up to half.

This protective benefit was observed for several months after birth, and a 2017 study was the first of its kind to show that flu vaccination can significantly reduce a child’s risk of dying from influenza.

Flu vaccination also may make your illness milder if you do get sick. (For example a 2017 study showed that flu vaccination reduced deaths, intensive care unit (ICU) admissions, ICU length of stay, and overall duration of hospitalization among hospitalized flu patients.)

Getting vaccinated yourself also protects people around you, including those who are more vulnerable to serious flu illness, like babies and young children, older people, and people with certain chronic health conditions.

*References for the studies listed above can be found in the links below.

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Did you know that Flu Vaccines are required to be covered by your health insurance without charging a copayment or coinsurance?

We recommend being strong for your community and getting a flu vaccination as soon as you can. Three Rivers Hospital carries the quadrivalent flu vaccine which is designed to protect against four different flu viruses. This gives broader protection against circulating flu viruses than a standard vaccine.

Be sure to check with your insurance company to find out if you must go to a specific facility to receive the vaccine. Some insurance plans only cover vaccines given by your doctor or at a limited set of locations.

Call for more information or to make an appointment. 509-689-2517

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