Summit Pacific Medical Center-Swing Bed Unit
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600 EAST MAIN STREET, ELMA, WA 98541 USA

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600 EAST MAIN STREET, ELMA, WA 98541 USA

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(360) 346-2222

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Summit Pacific Medical Center
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2.9 out of 5 stars

Andrew Hooper
Andrew Hooper

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I love this medical center! I love that it is more than a hospital and has brought critical primary care services to the community, including naturopathic physicians, pediatrics, and urgent care. I love that there will be a wellness center in 2019 that will have more healthcare providers, as well as space for community cooking lessons, more physical therapy space, as well as ways to engage the whole family in wellness. There will be a climbing wall, a playground, an outdoor adult fitness area, as well as a fitness trail. I love their focus on helping make the community healthier while still providing essential health care services.

Larry Pelham
Larry Pelham

3 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Critical access hospitals like Summitt Pacific are like Urgent Care Clinics on steroids and not your typical local community hospital that provides emergency general surgeries, orthopedic or pediatric physician staffed services, including hospitalists. The Emergency Room patient is triaged and placed in either an ambulance for ground or air transport which delays the surgery, extends the patient’s discomfort or risk for greater harm, separates the family from their loved ones, and adds tremendous costs to the patient for the transport. This is what distinguishes them from fully staffed acute care hospitals with experienced inpatient care. Critical access hospitals provide a tremendous benefit to rural communities but not the full acute care inpatient hospital services.
Let’s be honest, our government dollars on healthcare are out of control. Expanding the outpatient clinics and services at a critical access hospital that pulls federal, state, and local healthcare dollars away from the local community hospitals just up the road is wasteful.
Community support of the Grays Harbor Health Care System is vital to all residents for sustainability and growth. Let’s learn to create a healthier, more collaborative, and engaged community by working together and not against each other. Grays Harbor County residents deserve better from our county, city, and hospital district leaders. We’re in this together!

Eric Hall
Eric Hall

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

The worst emergency room in the country! The most unprofessional and rudest nurses I have EVER encountered, especially the male nurse Jacob. People come here for medical treatment and are actually walking out! Sad!

David Keeran
David Keeran

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

My mother was a patient here several times and always had good compassionate care. Thank You!

Hazzie Sof
Hazzie Sof

4 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

This place is almost exceptional but I never have good experiences with urgent care anywhere and it's the same unfortunately at Summit Pacific. All my care here that isn't urgent care has been top notch. But if you aren't sure what is wrong then urgent care is pretty useless. Better go to the ER or make an appointment with your PCP. I usually avoid urgent care but because I didn't think my symptoms warranted an ER trip but I just wanted to see if they could help. I wasn't really too surprised with the outcome. The dr seemed to be pretty sure it was a virus and said he couldn't do the tests you can do in the ER to find out if it's anything. I was the only patient and it was the quickest visit I think I ever had.The nurses are nice but the dr seemed to be in a rush.