St. Anthony Hospital

(253) 530-2000

11567 Canterwood Blvd NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332

47.366862 -122.609666

Advanced Medicine. Trusted Care.

Description: St. Anthony, has reinvented the hospital experience for Peninsula residents in Gig Harbor, Port Orchard and Poulsbo. Visitors have access to state-of-the-art medical care, including 24/7 emergency services, sophisticated in- and outpatient surgery, complete outpatient cancer care and more. Because St. Anthony staffs some of the region’s best doctors and nurses, patients don’t have to go far to find the finest medical care and comfort available. Amenities include spacious private rooms that comfortably accommodate overnight visitors, a healing garden that provides a peaceful outdoor escape, our award winning café, and an array of stunning original artwork--both inside and out.Grand opening of the Franciscan Pharmacy - St. AnthonyFranciscan Pharmacy announces the grand opening of a full service pharmacy and home medical equipment retail location at St. Anthony Hospital - Milgard Medical Pavilion. Franciscan Pharmacy - St. Anthony offers patients complete pharmacy services including special orders, medication assistance, free mail order delivery and prescription refill orders by phone, e-mail or mail order. Home medical equipment is also available including all durable medical equipment (wheel chairs, hospital beds, diabetic, wound care and ostomy supplies, ambulatory aids, bathroom equipment and more). Pharmacy hours are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.Learn about career opportunities available at St. Anthony in Gig Harbor, and for those 16 years and older, the many rewarding volunteer opportunities. For information about the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary, which helps raise funds for services, programs and more, call 253-530-2978.Services and amenities at St. Anthony Hospital include:? 24-hour emergency care? Inpatient and outpatient surgeries? Medical, surgical and critical-care units? Heart catheterization and vascular services? Private patient rooms? Outpatient cancer therapies provided by some of the region’s most skilled and respected medical and radiation oncologists? Diagnostic imaging services such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, and digital screening and diagnostic mammography? Physical, speech and occupational therapies? Gastrointestinal services? Inpatient and outpatient laboratory? Inpatient and outpatient pharmacy? A Chapel that is open to people of all faiths? Parking for 700 vehiclesThe adjoining Milgard Medical Pavilion, connected with the new hospital by a sky bridge, is home to hospital-based outpatient services and physician offices.

Category: Hospitals|Health Care Clinics|General Practitioners

General Practitioners near St. Anthony Hospital

Finkleman Lowell C MD (253) 857-6166 - 6718 144th St NW
St Anthony Family Medicine (253) 858-9192 - 4700 Pt Fosdick Dr Nw Ste 202 Gig Harbor
Jiganti John J MD (253) 853-4111 - 5801 Soundview Suite 150
Krumins Peter E MD (253) 853-4111 - 5801 Soundview Suite 150
Gig Harbor Medical Clinic (253) 858-9192 - 6401 Kimball Dr Nw Ste 201 Gig Harbor
Kramp Stephen Md (253) 530-8000 - 4545 Pt Fosdick Dr Nw
Thompson Roseanne Arnp (253) 530-8000 - 4545 Pt Fosdick Dr Nw
Colman Lauren K Md (253) 530-8000 - 4545 Pt Fosdick Dr Nw
Settle C Stephen MD (253) 853-3100 - 4700 Point Fosdick Dr NW
Rurik Gregory (253) 851-5665 - 4700 Point Fosdick Dr
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by Eileen , 12/24/2012

I was a patient at St Anthony Hospital from Oct 17, 2012 to Oct 21, 2012 and had surgery for a total knee replacement. I would recommend this hospital as they are very proactive about getting you up up and going. Not a pleasant procedure but they really worked with me as I was having issues with many pain medications. I would recommend this hospital.

great place and wonderful staff

by pt. , 11/27/2012

3 south was such a wonderful floor when I was here recently, they were timely and very efficient in everything they did. They were always able to answer my questions and help me with any misunderstanding! I recommend this hospital above all others, not worth going to St. Joes or Harrison. Kudos to St. Anthony!

young mother treated horrible

by Ashley , 09/15/2011

I would never ever go to this hospital again. I would not bring my worst enemy here. They treat you like a drug seeker and I was admitted for weeks with pneumonia and an enlarged heart. The care I recieved was poor the Nurses aides were rude and god forbid you asked for some water. The room may be nice but that isnt what is important! the care should be superb and its not..Its a brand new hospital and you would think each employess would have been hand picked with care. Your not going to a hospital where you have nurses that have been there for 20 years we are talking 2 years. This was the worst experience I have ever had. There was one nurse the whole time that cared that treated me like a human instead of a condition or a bother. I actually received quite a bit of an attitude when a nurse saw that it was 2 am and I wasnt sleeping. Im not a child. I would never ever ever suggest anyone come to this hospital it is worth crossing the bridge to Tacoma to receive decent care.

Great Service from the ER

by Gig Harbor Family , 07/15/2011

We brought my gramma here. She was not feeling well at all. We did not have to wait to be brought to the ER. They ran a bunch of tests and found out she had pneumonia. She was admitted for two days in a beautiful private room up on the third floor. The staff was very nice. This is the best hospital that we have ever seen.

Quick,Friendly and Easy ER

by mom to many , 07/15/2011

I took my twins in for different complaints and we were there and seen in minutes. Was a very pleasent change.

Would recommend

by char , 04/08/2011

Very Professional. could not ask for a better experience. I am please to recommend the PT dept.

Horrible staffing/nurse care at St. Anthony's Hospital in Gig Harbor

by Frustrated Daughter , 11/24/2010

We are shocked by the poor care our 65 year old Mother, a 25 year veteran flight attendant of Alaska Airlines, received at St. Anthony's Hospital in Gig Harbor. Her ER experience was fairly pleasant and speedy, and she was diagnosed with an obstructed bowel. Her nurse Zoey was kind and we feel like she was in good care with her. From that point on however, things went downhill. She was transferred to the third floor south and as the days went by, her patient calls were repeatedly ignored. When water and jello were approved by the doctor, they still did not deliver, and when finally they did arrive after several repeated rings to the nurses station, the water came without a cup, the jello without a spoon. At one point she needed to use the restroom, fortunately for a bowel movement which is one indication the obstruction is resolving itself, and a great sign. But of course she is hooked up to IV's and other tubes from which she cannot disconnect herself. She called so many tim

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