St. Michael Medical Center

St. Michael Medical Center

1800 Northwest Myhre Road
Silverdale, WA 98383

564-240-1000

  • Hospital visitor restrictions

    Updated: May 12, 2022

    This hospital will be at visitation level 2 (visitation with restrictions). We recognize it is a difficult time for our patients and their loved ones. These restrictions are very important for the health and safety of our patients and staff, and we appreciate your understanding and support.

    Before you visit

    All visitors must comply with screening and mask requirements when entering the building. Visitors with symptoms will not be allowed to enter, and 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.

    At this time, hospital visitors are allowed based on the following circumstances:

    • Hospital visitation limits are based on community transmission rates. Exceptions may occur to end of life. 
      • Visiting hours:
        • St. Anne Hospital (1 visitor per day) – Monday-Friday, 5 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
        • St. Anthony Hospital (1 visitor per day) – 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
        • St. Clare Hospital (1 visitor per day)
        • St. Elizabeth Hospital (1 visitor per stay) – 5 a.m.-9 p.m.
        • St. Francis Hospital (1 visitors per stay)
        • St. Joseph Medical Center (1 visitor per day) – 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
        • St. Michael Medical Center (1 visitor per day) – 5 a.m.-9 p.m.
        • Virginia Mason Medical Center (No visitors) – 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
    • Fully vaccinated children 12 years and older may be counted as a designated visitor.

    Any approved visitors

    • Must go directly to a patient’s room — use of waiting rooms is not permitted. We encourage any approved visitors to coordinate their arrival and departure times.
    • Must use the approved, designated visitor entrance
    • Will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms
    • Will be asked to complete hand hygiene upon entry
    • Must wear an approved mask the entire time while inside the building, including in a patient’s room
    • Masks must be tight-fitting and completely cover nose and mouth
    • Visitors can wear their clean, well-fitted surgical mask, an N95 respirator, or KN-95 mask within VMFH facilities
    • Cloth masks are not permitted at this time. Visitors with cloth masks will be asked to change into a hospital-provided mask.
    • Are encouraged to maintain physical distancing (at least six feet apart from others)

    Patients who do not comply may have visitation access revoked. Please contact the hospital or your medical provider if you have any questions about the visitor policy.

    Virginia Mason Franciscan Health/Franciscan Medical Group Clinic visitor restrictions

    • Visitors are discouraged unless assisting a patient. Please contact your provider or the clinic with questions about their policy.
    • All individuals must wear a clinic-provided mask the entire time while inside the building.
    • Please contact the clinic before arriving for your appointment if you need of a COVID-19 test, or if you have COVID-19 symptoms. Symptoms and exposure guidance include:
      • Fever
      • Cough
      • Shortness of breath
      • New loss of taste or smell
      • Close, in-person contact with someone who has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus within the past 14 days
    • If symptoms are severe, call 911 or go directly to one of our Prompt or Urgent Care locations or Emergency Services departments.

Learn more about St. Michael Medical Center and the transition of services in Kitsap

St. Michael Medical Center proudly builds on the rich legacy of care that began with the Harrison family more than 100 years ago. The premier medical center in Silverdale puts patients and families first, offering everything you need for your best health and wellness?without a trip across the water. As part of Virginia Mason Franciscan Health's system of 10 hospitals and 230 specialty clinics, St. Michael Medical Center will welcome, heal and care for our Kitsap and Olympic Peninsula communities for generations to come.

The recent $500 million expansion offers the very latest in technology, ecological design and healing comfort.  

Our health care services

We have a deep commitment to support healthy living on the peninsula, attracting high-quality primary care providers and top-ranked specialists. We support our care team and community with leading-edge technology and care environments that enhance healing of body, mind and spirit. Our campus services conveniently include:

  • Medical Pavilion for expanded on-campus specialty care
  • Emergency services, with a Level III Trauma Center, 24-hour care and rooftop helipad
  • Family Birth Center with a Level II Special Care Nursery
  • Advanced imaging and radiology services, including 256-slice CT
  • All-private patient rooms with guest accommodations and views of the Olympics or Dyes Inlet
  • Comprehensive cancer care with leading Puget Sound cancer specialists
  • Heart care program nationally recognized for excellence in cardiac surgery
  • Designated a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission for stroke care
  • Exceptional orthopedics and sports medicine, including a renowned joint replacement program
  • Nationally accredited sleep disorders center

Outstanding recognition

  • St. Michael Medical Center has earned an 'A' Leapfrog safety grade multiple years in a row for safe, quality care
  • Healthgrades designated the campus as one of America's 50 Best Hospitals for cardiac surgery and awarded the hospital five-star ratings in multiple service lines, including orthopedics, gynecologic, and pulmonary care (2021)
  • U.S. News and World Report designated St. Michael as a High Performing Hospital in hip and knee replacement (2021)