Relief for your bone and joint pain begins at MultiCare Deaconess Hospital, proudly serving our Spokane, Newport, Deer Park, Mead, and surrounding Inland Northwest communities.
Here, skilled surgeons perform a wide range of procedures, including advanced joint replacement solutions to help men and women find life-changing relief. In fact, we've earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® for hip and knee replacement, which means you can count on national standards of care through every phase of the journey.
Explore the gallery below for a closer look inside our unique joint replacement program. For more information about our comprehensive orthopedic care, find an orthopedic physician nearby.
We also host free informational seminars to help you better understand your pain and treatment options. Call 509-473-5755 to save your spot at an upcoming seminar.
The Joint Restoration Center at Deaconess offers a specially designed program that empowers you through every phase of the joint replacement journey — from discovery through recovery.
Before surgery, you and your coach (friend or family member who provides support) will attend pre-operative class, covering everything you need to know about your upcoming experience. You'll also meet your care team and connect with people about to embark on a similar journey.
Immediately following surgery, you'll recover in your own spacious, private room on our dedicated floor reserved exclusively for orthopedic patients.
Here, you'll wear your own comfy clothes, while enjoying 24-hour visitation with loved ones, daily newsletters and other home-away-from-home amenities.
Upon your arrival to the floor, you'll work one-on-one with a physical therapist, who will work to get you up and walking the same day as surgery. You'll also participate in twice-daily group therapy, where you can root each other on, and just may marvel at how far you've come in such a short time.
Along with physical and occupational therapists, the enthusiastic Joint Restoration Center team includes nurses and support staff who specialize in caring for joint replacement patients. You'll also have the support of our dedicated joint program coordinator, here to answer any questions and ensure a smooth transition home.
A few months after leaving, we'll invite you and your coach back to the Center for a complementary reunion lunch. It's a great opportunity to catch up with your fellow program graduates, reflect on your experience and share your success with our doctors, nurses and therapists.