Providence St. Peter Hospital
|Providence St. Peter Hospital|
|Providence Health & Services|
|Location||413 Lilly Rd NE, Olympia, Washington, United States|
|Lists||Hospitals in Washington|
Providence St. Peter Hospital, located in the Lilly Road Medical District of Olympia, Washington is Providence Health & Services’s second largest Washington state hospital. Providence St. Peter features 390 beds in the medical/surgical tower with 42 private rooms in the emergency department (including a four-bed locked mental health evaluation unit), 18 beds in the Psychiatry Building, and 21 beds in the Critical Care Unit. This facility is a non-profit teaching hospital founded by the Sisters of Providence in 1887. Providence St. Peter Hospital offers comprehensive medical, surgical and behavioral health services.
Providence St. Peter has been named one of the 100 Top Hospitals in the nation for cardiology, orthopedics and stroke care. The outpatient surgery center has received national benchmark awards for its work in cataract surgery, knee arthroscopy and many other procedures.
Departments and services
- Regional Cancer Center
- Chemical Dependency Center (Off Campus)
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency Department- A Level III trauma center
- Family Birth Center (Located in the Lower Level)
- Regional Heart Program
- Neuroscience Center
- Neurosurgery Clinic
- Orthopaedic Healing Center
- Outpatient Surgery
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Located in the Emilie Gamelin Pavilion)
- Psychiatry Services
- Senior Services
- Sexual Assault Clinic
- Tattoo removal services
- Women's Services
- Superior Medical/Renal
Providence St. Peter Hospital’s medical library is open for the use of medical staff, residents, medical students, hospital employees, and the general public. Located in the Lower Level of the Medical/Surgical Tower, the library collection consists of over 1500 textbooks, 250 print journals, over 350 e-journals, and multiple computer programs and databases.
Wifi internet service is available in the hospital for patients and visitors with their own laptops and other wireless devices.
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