Capital Medical Center
About the Community
Olympia – the state capital of Washington – is located in the South Puget Sound area and enjoys the benefits of a stable work force, educated community, and excellent school system.
Olympia’s placement along Interstate 5 at the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula, positions one within two hours or less of regional recreational attractions – from hiking and skiing in the mountains to sailing in the Sound and beach-combing along ocean shores. Olympia is an ideal location for outdoor activities, as it maintains 40 public parks for recreation and fun. The climate boasts mild winters and warm summers, without the need to the leave the borders of the city to enjoy a nature hike or beach day. Public trails lead to saltwater beaches where native tribes once met for potlatches through forests thick with big-leaf maples and towering Douglas firs.
About the Hospital
The goal of Capital Medical Center is to be the premier healthcare provider of choice for Olympia and the surrounding area. To achieve this end, Capital strives to form meaningful relationships with its patients and their families, as well as with the physicians and hospital staff, for it realizes that people are what set the organization apart. To strengthen those relationships, Capital combines the medical and technological resources of a regional healthcare center with the warm, friendly, and personal touch of caring, compassionate providers. The hospital’s unwavering commitment to operational and clinical excellence also contributes to its unparalleled level of patient care.
Capital Medical Center is proud to provide a broad range of services, including advanced wound center, birthing center, cancer care, cardiac care, joint and spine center of excellence (Capital Medical Center was the first hospital in Washington to offer robotic-guided spine surgery with the installation of the Mazor Robotics Renaissance), emergency medicine, imaging services and radiology, intensive care, laboratory services, orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation programs, urology care, surgical services, and women’s services.