Patient safety is our top priority at every Summit Pacific location. Masking requirements and visitor restrictions are in place. We continue to care for the sick and for those who are immunocompromised and owe it to our community and caregivers to promote an environment of safety and well-being.
Learn about the steps we’re taking to protect your health and the health of our caregivers.
- SCREENING. Each person entering a Summit Pacific facility receives a coronavirus symptom screening.
- MASKING. While on site, all caregivers, visitors and patients are required to wear masks.
- DISTANCING. We’ve reconfigured our spaces to ensure appropriate distance between patients, visitors and caregivers.
- HAND HYGIENE. Creating a safe environment for our patients begins with hand hygiene.
- SANITIZING. We’ve enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures to help ensure the health and safety of our patients and caregivers.
- VISITORS. We are limiting people coming into our facilities.
- VIRTUAL VISITS. We’re offering virtual visits for primary care. Get the care you need, from the comfort of your own home.
Summit Pacific is taking extra steps to protect our patients, staff, visitors and the community. As a result, a no-visitors policy is in place until further notice. This means no visitors, with limited exceptions for special circumstances. Our care team will communicate with a family member or friend, as designated by the patient and family, to help inform care as needed.
- Emergency Department: One visitor allowed per patient at care team discretion. If patient has COVID-19 symptoms, the visitor will wear full PPE.
- Inpatient Unit: One visitor allowed per patient at care team discretion. If patient has COVID-19 symptoms, the visitor will wear full PPE.
- End of Life Care: Visitors allowed with care team discretion.
- Clinics: One visitor or caregiver may attend visits.
We appreciate your understanding and your help in keeping our community healthy and safe.
No COVID-19 Testing for Emergency Department, Urgent Care or Clinic Patients
Free at-home rapid COVID-19 tests are also available through our State and Federal government.
- Click here for free COVID-19 tests from Washington State.
- Click here for free COVID-19 tests from the Federal government.
Everyone Ages Five and Older Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine
Please Visit the Grays Harbor County Public Health & Social Services Department website if you are interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine or booster. Visit vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov to find a vaccine location near you.
To reduce the number of patients in waiting rooms, and increase physical distancing, Summit Pacific offers curbside check-in.
- Patients seeking care for clinic appointments, lab, physical therapy, diagnostic imaging, or urgent care can call 360-495-5790 to check in with a registration specialist and remain in their vehicle.
- Emergency Department: Patients are asked to enter the Emergency Department as usual. Once they check in and receive an evaluation, they may return to their vehicles to wait if appropriate.
Once caregivers are ready for the patient, the patient will receive a text message or phone call to enter the building, receive a health screening and proceed to their visit. Those without private vehicles or phones will be able to wait inside.
Virtual Primary Care Visits
Now offering virtual healthcare visits for patients who want to get care from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Simply connect to your appointment via your smartphone, tablet or computer with camera. No need to download additional apps or software. Patients will receive a link in their email to join the visit. Request a virtual visit when you schedule your next appointment by calling 360-346-2222. Patients should consider virtual visits for routine visits, follow-up appointments or for minor illnesses. Virtual visits are not for severe or life-threatening emergencies; if you are experiencing an emergency you should call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department.
Summit Pacific continues to closely monitor the evolving situation with the COVID-19 virus and recommends the following external websites to stay informed.