Before you visit: All visitors must comply with mask requirements when entering the building. Visitors must wear approved masks for the entirety of their stay.
There is no in-person visitation permitted for COVID-19 positive and suspected patients.
Learn more about face covering guidelines from the Washington State Department of Health.
Whether you visiting a patient at St. Anthony Hospital, or if you want to spend the night prior to your surgery or procedure, there are several places to stay nearby. Use your favorite search engine to learn more about the area hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts available to you.
A cash machine is located on Level 1 near the main lobby and the Gift Shop.
Patients and visitors may quietly use personal cell phones inside the hospital so long as the devices do not interfere with patient privacy or the hospital’s healing environment.
Our patients are provided meals approved by a team of healthcare professionals and prepared with the patients’ treatment and recovery in mind. Visitors to the hospital may purchase snacks or hot meals in the Cafeteria, located on the Ground Level. The Cafeteria is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Lost and found items are taken to the hospital’s Security Office.
Self-parking locations are located on the St. Anthony Hospital Campus and is offered at no charge for patients and visitors alike. Parking areas are well marked with signage and are within easy walking distance of the main entrance for both the hospital and Milgard Medical Pavilion. To retrieve your parked vehicle between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m., contact a hospital Security officer.
A telephone is located in each patient’s room. For local calls, dial 9 and then the phone number. For long-distance calls, dial 0 to reach the operator who will place the call for you. All long-distance calls from patients’ rooms are toll-free. Pay phones are located at several locations in the hospital.
Regular visiting hours are generally from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily for all areas of the hospital. After regular visiting hours, visitors to the hospital must enter through the Emergency Services department walk-in entrance and also check in at the nurse station. From there, a security officer escorts visitors to the patient’s room. At all times, children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult when visiting the hospital.
Visitors may be required to follow certain procedures, depending on the condition of the patient. The nurse staff will provide specific instructions for visiting these patients.
Patients and visitors with laptops and other wireless devices will find fast, convenient and free broadband service in the Emergency Services department, cafeteria and select waiting areas. Users should note the connection is not encrypted and users assume all responsibility for access.