“A recent contribution from Capital Medical Center was so important to our continued work,” Paula Rauen emphatically stated. “We are extremely grateful for their staff’s generosity.”
Volunteers come in all shapes and ages. But no matter ones age, ability, or interest, any time a person donates their time to a cause, it makes difference.
Sarah Middleton, RN, Joint & Spine clinical coordinator, has been named the recipient of Capella Healthcare’s inaugural national Employee STAR Award. Established this year in conjunction with the company’s tenth year of service, the Employee STAR Award is designed to recognize individuals who are shining examples of Capella’s values.
From the WSHA Weekly Report – July 3, 2014 edition Hospital Success Story: Keeping Patients “CAUTI-FREE” Capital Medical Center in Olympia has had zero catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI) in their ICU since October of 2013. Karen Pitman, Infection Prevention and Kim Metz, Director ICU and Telemetry, attribute their success to simply following “the bundle” […]
UW Medicine and Capital Medical Center, in Olympia, Wash., have signed an agreement selecting UW Medicine as the healthcare system of choice for complex tertiary and quaternary care for Capital Medical Center patients. This strategic collaboration will provide Capital Medical Center patients prompt access to the highest level of care for advanced services while allowing […]
Step on a racquetball court with Jon Mould and you better bring your A game. The active 70-year-old played three times a week — until the pain in his right knee became so severe he was forced to stop. “I’d been playing for over 30 years, so it was very disappointing to have to stop,” […]
Capital Medical Center CEO Jim Geist and Stephen Snow, MD, Physician Leadership Group chair, recently attended Capella Healthcare’s annual conference for physician and board leaders. Every Capella-affiliated hospital has a Physician Leadership Group (PLG) representing a cross-section of its medical staff. The PLG provides input to hospital leadership on all aspects of operations, including strategic […]
Capital Medical Center is kicking off a $1.2 million renovation of our Women’s Services unit to enhance our high quality care and provide the most comfort for our patients and their families. Upgrades are planned for our birthing suites, nursery, gynecological patient rooms and waiting room. We’ll be modernizing the look of the entire Women’s […]
Audrey Jolynn Druhot, born at 11:12 a.m. on January 2, is the first baby to be delivered at Capital Medical Center in 2014. Audrey is a petite, healthy girl weighing in at exactly 7 lbs. She is the daughter of Lacey and Steven Druhot and new baby sister to Harvey Michael, age 2. The family […]
Join us for a free seminar to learn about keeping your heart and lungs in their best shape. Key principles discussed will include portion control and weight management, interpreting nutrition information on packaging, foods to avoid or eat more often, and managing stress and medications. You’ll learn how to take control of your diet and […]