A MISSION TO HEALA PROMISE TO CARE
CHI St. Anthony Hospital is a licensed 49-bed, federally-designated Critical Access Hospital. A new replacement facility opened December 2013, complete with state-of-the-art equipment. The hospital is owned by Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nations largest faith-based systems comprised of 105 hospitals with headquarters in Denver, CO. CHI St. Anthony Hospital has proudly served the community since 1902, providing outstanding care and service.
Pendleton, the government seat for Umatilla County, has a vibrant, diverse economy engaged in manufacturing, agriculture, education, health care, and tourism. It is home to the world famous Pendleton Woolen Mill, Keystone RV, Pendleton Grain Growers, and Interpath Laboratory. The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation operates Wildhorse Resort and Casino, Cayuse Technologies, and other enterprises. The Eastern Oregon Regional Airport in Pendleton is one of only six sites across the country authorized to conduct unmanned aerial vehicle testing. Blue Mountain Community College and Pendleton School District offer multiple degrees and levels of education, promoting lifelong learning.
Tourists take advantage of the areas eclectic attractions, heritage, and Pendletons reputation for real west hospitality. The 100+ year old legendary Pendleton Round-Up PRCA Rodeo draws over 50,000 people from the world over to Pendleton during the second week in September. Few communities this size boast as much activity as Pendleton does when it comes to the arts and showcasing extraordinary talent: the Oregon East Symphony and Chorale, Inland Northwest Musicians, Pendleton Arts Center, Tamaskslikt Cultural Institute, Crows Shadow Institute of the Arts, College Community Theatre, the Historic Walking Tour, and Underground Tour.
Because of Pendletons prime location, outdoor adventures in the Blue Mountains and on the Columbia River are just minutes away. The Umatilla River flows through the center of town, with walkers and joggers seen frequently along the River Walkway. Pendleton is within an easy drive of premier snow skiing locations, fly fishing, hunting, and other outdoor activities.
Located in sunny northeastern Oregon along the Oregon Trail, Pendleton is home to nearly 17,000 residents. Getting to Pendleton is easy via Interstate 84 or its airport. Pendleton is around 210 miles from Portland, OR; Spokane, WA; and Boise, ID. Pendleton is also located just 65 miles southeast of the Tri-Cities, WA (Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco, metropolitan population over 250,000) and 45 miles southwest of Walla Walla, WA, centers for major shopping, arts, and industry.
If a one-of-a-kind rural community and top notch health care is what you seek, please contact Mary Green, Provider Recruiter, CHI St. Anthony Hospital, 2801 St. Anthony Way, Pendleton, OR, 97801; 541.278.3256; or firstname.lastname@example.org.