Colby D. Kuschatka
Walla Walla General Hospital Addition and Remodel
Originally built by volunteers in the basement of Walla Walla college in 1899, today’s Walla Walla General Hospital remains rooted at the base of the Blue Mountains.
The Walla Walla General Hospital serves over 70,000 residents of Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon. It operates as a not-for-profit hospital, and provides a full range of emergency, inpatient, outpatient, and surgical services. Having been renovated several times throughout the century, most recently Interface contributed a much needed upgrade to dated structures and systems. The expanded and renovated spaces include the emergency department, administration, public corridors, the main entry lobby, and the dining area.