Virginia Mason Medical Center

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Founded in 1920 and consistently ranked among the top medical centers in America, Virginia Mason in ranks among the best hospitals in the nation for patient outcomes. Our system consists of eight regional medical centers across the greater Puget Sound area, including our flagship Seattle campus, Benaroya Research Institute, a world-renown research center, and Bailey Boushay House, a facility for people living with AIDS and other complex medical diseases.

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