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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Heart and Hands Award Have you encountered a Providence St. Peter Hospital caregiver/employee who goes above and beyond Know me, Care for me, Ease my way?

Providence St Peter Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Thurston County, WA.

Providence St Peter Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Providence St Peter Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


Let me start this off by saying that if I could give negative stars, I would. My roommate/best friend has been dealing with chronic and severe migraines for almost a year now. They peaked a couple of weeks ago when he started feeling like there was fluid in his head that could move freely, and we decided to come here. Biggest. Regret. Ever. Instead of them taking him seriously, we waited almost 6 hours in the waiting room and were eventually put in a room just to be given big ibuprofen and sent home. They didn’t listen and brushed him off. We are now being referred to a neurologist for a possible csf leak and even worse migraines. Thanks a lot, Providence. You suck. (4 weeks ago)

This place is horrible don’t have your babies here. Dr. Diana is a horrible person. I never felt this way in my life. Please do research before going anywhere when it comes to hospitals..... The nurses were great especially Donna. (in the last week)

This is an excellent hospital with caring and professional staff. I went into the ER with a large kidney stone and Dr. Ward was able to squeeze me into his already busy surgical schedule. The procedure was difficult, but successful, and Dr. Ward relieved me of tremendous pain. I was in the hospital for a couple days and the nursing staff was outstanding. A big thank-you to Jessica, Danette, and Wendy for their compassionate care. If you are considering a trip to the ER here, keep in mind that this is a BUSY hospital and there can be long wait times if your problem is not immediately life-threatening. They work on a triage system and patients are processed based on the severity of their condition. It’s good to bring a book or some music to distract you during the wait. (3 months ago)

I've been here multiple times. I went to the ER 3 times last year all concerning my son. The first time I went in, I was in a car crash at 34 weeks pregnant. The ER staff took me back immediately to check me out then rushed me down to the birthing center. The nurse was jogging through the hallways with me in the wheel chair. The staff was wonderful. I went in again at 36 weeks pregnant after my water broke. Again, the ER staff rushed me down to the birthing center, and I was put in an observation room. Unfortunately the night staff there told me that it wasn't my water and I just peed myself and gave me a sleepy shot and sent me home. Well, they were wrong! I was back a few hours later screaming in labor and yet again the ER staff was awesome and ran me down to Birthing center. The security guard wheeled me into the ER btw because I just stood there at the door hunched over in labor. My experience there in the birthing center was wonderful. I was taken care of and a lady named Wendy took special care of me, taking me to the bathroom, changing me, etc. The rooms there are made to sleep your husband or anyone else there for you. It was a great experience and their food was actually pretty dang good! I brought my son here at 3 months old because I thought he was having trouble breathing and the nurse at the ER desk checked him out immediately and then instead of making us wait with all the others in the ER waiting room, she put us on a stretcher once she said he seemed fine..and he did seem fine. We would up waiting 4 hours after they took his vitals then decided he was totally fine and left. One of the Drs listened to his chest and then told us we were fine to leave. Haven't been back since but overall it has been a good experience thank God. (a week ago)

Went to the ER with extremely high bp. Was seen in just a couple minutes. They kept me overnight. Room was small but privet and a view over the helicopter pad. All the nurses and RN were very nice and positive. (a month ago)

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