Hospital asks community about future needs

The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital is conducting a survey of community members and their thoughts on the hospital's reputation, strengths and challenges. The online survey, available at, takes about five minutes to complete, hospital staff members say.

Survey respondents are asked what they know about services the hospital provides, how the hospital compares to other health care providers in the area and what they think is the importance of the hospital in the community. They are also asked to rank the hospital's clinics, Emergency Room, and the hospital overall on a scale of 1 to 5.

Following the 10 survey questions, the survey asks optional questions about respondents name, contact information, age and gender.



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