Swedish Cherry Hill Campus Master Plan
Thanks to the dedicated support of many people, a new master plan for the Swedish Cherry Hill campus was approved by the Seattle City Council on May 16, 2016. Our new master plan will allow Swedish to continue providing family medicine and emergency services to patients of all ages, while also treating and curing the most complex cardiovascular and neurological diseases. You can learn more about our master plan here.
The Swedish Cherry Hill campus is located in Seattle's historic Central District. The building now known as James Tower was home to the first hospital in Seattle, established in 1877 by the Sisters of Providence, a Catholic charity. In July 2000, Providence Seattle Medical Center, as it was then known, became part of Swedish.
Since then, the campus has undergone more than $100 million in new construction and renovations and now stands as one of the most modern and technologically advanced medical facilities in our region. Renovations include new neurosurgery and cardiovascular surgery operating rooms and interventional suites that are among the most advanced in the country.