Capital Medical Center is a 110-bed, full-service hospital serving all of Thurston and surrounding counties. We provide a comprehensive range of medical services and high quality care. We are a forward thinking, innovative hospital where trust, teamwork, and technology come together to make a positive difference in the health of our community and region. Our Joint Commission accreditation powerfully demonstrates our commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety.
Our most important mission here is to serve you and your family, so we combine the medical and technological resources of a regional center for health care with the warm, friendly, and personal touch of a caring compassionate staff.
A unique strength of our hospital is the strategic relationship that we have developed with Capital Medical Center‚Äôs physicians. This partnership between the hospital and the medical staff provides us with new resources for continual growth. It strengthens our ability to expand hospital services and to add new medical specialties that meet the needs of Olympia and the surrounding communities.
Capital Medical Center is part of RCCH HealthCare Partners. RCCH HealthCare Partners works with communities to build strong regional healthcare systems that are known for quality patient care. Based in Brentwood, Tennessee, RCCH HealthCare Partners operates 17 regional health systems in 12 states. For more information, visit the website at www.RCCHHealth.com.
Capital Medical Center is partly owned by some of the physicians who serve our patients. For more information, contact Administration at 360-754-5858 or view the physician investor list.
The History of Capital Medical Center
|January 16, 1985||Hospital opened its doors|
|February 1986||Western Washington Cancer Treatment Center opened|
|October 1987||Hospital became part of newly formed HealthTrust Inc.|
|December 1989||Cardiac Cath Lab opened|
|October 1990||Women’s Services opened birthing suites|
|April 1991||Name changed from Black Hills Community Hospital to Capital Medical Center|
|July 1992||Ambulatory Center opened|
|February 1995||Physician’s Pavilion opened with 65,000 sq. ft. medical office space|
|April 1996||Hospital became part of Columbia/HCA|
|October 1995||ER/Registration opened|
|May 1997||Radiation Therapy w/addition of Olympia Radiology|
|May 2000||Parent company, Columbia/HCA became HCA|
|November 2005||Hospital became part of Capella Healthcare|
|March 2006||Interventional Radiology Services opened|
|April 2008||Capital Radiation Therapy opened in the Physicians’ Pavilion on the CMC Campus|
|July 2008||Capital Mammography opened|
|November 2008||Olympia Family & Internal Medicine partners with Capital Medical Center|
|July 2009||Olympia Family & Internal Medicine moves into new 7800 sq. ft. medical office on Capital Medical Center Campus|
|August 2010||Capital Medical Center partners with Providence Southwest Washington to make all their campuses “inside and out” Tobacco Free|
|December 2011||Capital Medical Center opens the Capital Imaging Center and Outpatient Clinic|
|December 2011||Hospital named No. 1 in Washington state and in the Top 10% in the nation for orthopedic care and major neurosurgery by The Delta Group‚Äôs CareChex Medical Quality Rating System|
|December 2011||Capital Medical Center opens the Advanced Wound Center|
|November 2012||Hospital awarded the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval¬Æ for its disease-specific certification for knee and hip replacement and spine surgery|
|March 2014||Capital Medical Center and the University of Washington Medicine formed a collaboration selecting UW Medicine as the health care system of choice for complex tertiary and quaternary care for Capital Medical Center patients|
|January 2015||Women’s Services’ birthing units remodeled|
|January 2015||Hospital re-certified for the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval¬Æ for its disease-specific certification for knee and hip replacement and spine surgery|