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SCCA Hospital

SCCA Hospital provides care for our patients in need of inpatient treatment. In addition to inpatient care, certain types of radiation and chemotherapy treatment take place at SCCA Hospital. The hospital has 20 beds with around-the-clock care by SCCA and UW Medicine providers and specialists. All outpatient treatment for our patients is mainly received at SCCA South Lake Union. 

1959 NE Pacific St.
Seattle, WA 98195

SCCA Hospital is located at 8NE in the Cascade Towers

Phone: (206) 598-3300

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Directions

From Interstate-5
  • Take exit 168B (Bellevue /Kirkland) onto State Route (SR) 520.
  • Take the first exit off SR 520 to Montlake Boulevard NE.
  • Turn left onto Montlake Boulevard and continue north.
  • Cross the drawbridge and turn left onto NE Pacific Street at the traffic light; move to the right-hand lane.
  • Turn right at the second "Patient Parking" directional sign onto NE Pacific Place, then immediately turn right into the Triangle Parking Garage, connected to the medical center via a pedestrian tunnel.
From the east via State Route 520 westbound
  • Take the Montlake Boulevard exit.
  • Continue north on Montlake Boulevard and cross the drawbridge.
  • At the traffic light, turn left onto NE Pacific Street. Turn right at the second "Patient Parking" directional sign onto NE Pacific Place, then immediately turn right into the Triangle Parking Garage, connected to the medical center via a pedestrian tunnel.
From SCCA at South Lake Union
  • Travel north on Fairview Ave N or Eastlake Ave E (street becomes Eastlake Ave E).
  • Cross the University Bridge.
  • Turn right at NE Campus Pkwy.
  • Turn right at Brooklyn Ave NE.
  • Turn left at NE Pacific St.
  • At the stop light, turn left onto NE Pacific Place, then immediately turn right into the Triangle Parking Garage, connected to the medical center via a pedestrian tunnel.