Providence St. Peter Hospital

Providence St. Peter Hospital

2323.5 miles away

Providence St. Peter Hospital

Providence St. Peter Hospital is the leading hospital in southwest Washington, providing a full array of services to communities in Thurston, Lewis, Mason, Grays Harbor and Pacific counties. As a Magnet® recognized hospital, we are committed to nursing excellence as we provide first class health care for the greater Olympia area.

Providence St. Peter Foundation is focused on caring for the poor and vulnerable. Supported ministries include Providence St. Peter Hospital, Providence SoundHomeCare and Hospice, Providence Mother Joseph Care Center, Providence St. Francis House, and Providence Medical Group. Donors also make many programs possible such as Animal-Assisted Activities and Therapy, No One Dies Alone, Hospice Respite and Comfort Care, and SoundCareKids - a bereavement program for children who have lost a loved one.

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We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to lead a healthy and productive life. To achieve this, we understand we can’t do it alone. It takes strong community partnerships to reach such an ambitious goal. Caring for our communities has never been more important. To achieve our vision of health for a better world, we worked closely with our community partners to ensure we addressed the communities’ most pressing needs.

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Accreditation represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety.
Giving back to the community, not just through healthcare, but also through Community Benefit funding, is one of many ways Providence Swedish carries on the legacy of the Sisters of Providence.
Important information for Lewis & Thurston counties, including vaccine updates, how to safely see your doctor, visitor policies, entry into our facilities, clinic closures and more
Visit Immediate Care clinics for urgent, non-life-threatening injury or illness.
The pandemic made it difficult to schedule in-person well-child visits. As we continue to recover and return to in-person activities, it is important to get caught up on your child’s wellness visits.
Ever “Facetimed”? Would you be willing to do it with a health care provider (via secure technology) if you needed immediate medical care for a non-life threatening condition?
Each year, Providence invests millions of dollars to support Graduate Medical Education. For this year we welcome 16 residents.
Providence Swedish Regional Cancer System’s Integrative Cancer Care Program offers patients an array of holistic medicine treatments designed to complement conventional medical cancer care.
Lung nodule clinic: Game-changing technology, superb physicians and caregivers help lead great-grandmother from diagnosis to recovery in two months.
Ready to begin building health habits for life? Providence Medical Group is accepting applications for a Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) offered virtually.
Delaney Van Ness excited to improve safety
Providence caregivers give immunocompromised patients a chance of normalcy during the pandemic.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Barbara Lazio and neuro critical care nurse Francis Moore, RN, volunteered with the Neurosurgery & Neurology Institute (NNI) of Solidarity Bridge in Sucre, Bolivia.
Check out what we have to offer at our area family birth centers
Know where and when to seek care for your child
Know where to go and when
In a time of increased workplace violence in hospitals, K9 programs are proven to make hospitals safer for patients, visitors, and employees.
As much a cancer diagnosis can ever be, Jean’s was well-timed. Providence St. Peter Hospital had just launched a new program dedicated specifically to the early detection.
Fund-a-Need to provide support for Providence Oncology Patient Navigators