Patients & Visitors

Thank you for considering us to meet your health care needs. Our patients are at the center of everything we do. We believe that compassionate care is essential to the patient experience, and we strive to maintain a supportive environment throughout your stay. We adhere to strict national guidelines to ensure patients receive treatment therapies known to save lives and improve a patient’s chance for a recovery, and we follow the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals to provide safe, quality, efficient and timely medical services right here at home.

Every employee at Olympic Medical is committed to the essentials of customer service. This commitment is evident at all levels of our organization. We maintain a culture of service excellence in our organization to ensure our patients and families, community members, physicians and staff members are satisfied with their experiences at OMC.

Map of Hospital

Use this handy map to find your way around Olympic Memorial Hospital.

New to OMP?

Learn more about our clinics and find information to help you navigate your care.

Medical Records

To request documents such as your medical history/chart, please download, print, complete and submit a Medical Records Request. For more information or assistance, please call (360) 417-7136.

Support Groups

View support groups facilitated by OMC staff, as well as community-based support groups held at OMC facilities. Update: Due to the threat of COVID-19, all support groups and classes are suspended until further notice.

Smoke Free Campus

Olympic Medical Center has joined health care organizations across Washington State and the U.S. by becoming a smoke free campus, which means that no smoking is permitted on OMC properties. This includes the buildings, walkways and parking lots of the hospital and all clinics and facilities owned or leased by Olympic Medical Center. Thank you for not smoking.

The 2014 Surgeon General’s Report, “The Health Consequences of Smoking – 50 Years of Progress” updates data on the numerous health effects resulting from smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke. There is no risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke. Because the health of our patients, staff and community is important to us, we have established a smoke free environment. This policy supports our mission of providing high quality health care to our community.

Smoking cessation assistance is available to help you refrain from smoking while you are in our care. Please ask your nurse or clinical provider for more information or see the links at right for additional resources and details on the Washington State Department of Health Tobacco Quit Line.

Smoking Resources

Sharp Disposal

Please help prevent accidental needle stick injuries! If you use syringes to control diabetes, allergies or another medical condition, please dispose of them properly. Please see review the Guide to Safe Syringe Disposal.

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Information

Click here for important information on coronovirus (COVID-19).

Masks Required at All OMC Facilities

Masks are required for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, when present at any Olympic Medical Center facility.

Visitor Guidelines – Updated June 23

Olympic Medical Center is screening and restricting visitor and public access to our facilities until COVID-19 is no longer a threat to patients, staff and our community. Effective June 23, 2021, all routine visiting and escorting will be suspended in our hospital and clinics. Please view our Visitor Guidelines page for details.

Email a Patient

Send a message to a patient by using this handy form. Please provide the patient’s FULL NAME, including middle initial if possible. Messages will be printed and hand-delivered to each patient.

Do not send urgent or confidential information. 

Note: Out of respect for patient confidentiality, we cannot confirm delivery. If the patient has been discharged, we will be unable to deliver it. Messages deemed inappropriate, such as business solicitations, will be discarded.

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