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.
A cash machine is located in the main lobby, near the Gift Shop.
Our patients are provided meals approved for their unique health conditions by a team of health care professionals and prepared with each patient’s treatment and recovery in mind.
Patients and visitors may quietly use personal cellular phones inside the hospital so long as the devices do not interfere with patient privacy or the hospital’s healing environment.
A phone is located in each patient’s room. For local calls, press nine and then the phone number. For long-distance calls, press zero to reach the operator who will place the call for you. All long-distance calls from patients’ rooms are toll-free.
Courtesy phones are located at several locations in the hospital.
Vending machines containing beverages and various snack foods are located near the Cafeteria.
Lost and found items are taken to the hospital’s Security Office.
Free parking is provided for patients and visitors in parking lots on the hospital’s campus. Security officers are available upon request to escort visitors and others to their vehicles. Please ask a nurse to call security if you’d like an escort.
Regular visiting hours are generally from 11 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 and check in at the nurse station. From there, a security officer escorts visitors to the patient’s room.
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.