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Need a Doctor? Capital Physician Services can help you find a provider in the specialty you need.

Call our referral specialists today at 1-800-798-5143 or visit our clinic website online to search for a provider.

EVENTS & HEALTH NEWS

Dec
14
Sat
Compression-Only CPR & Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training @ Capital Medical Center - Rainier Room
Dec 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

CPR classes are approximately two hours in duration.

  • All Medic One sponsored classes are FREE to the general public and are approximately two hours in duration.

  • You must phone ahead and pre-enroll to attend a CPR class (360-704-2790).

  • Classes teach one-person Adult compression only and AED training.

  • All classes are trained to meet the American Heart Association national standards.

  • Medic One does not provide First Aid training nor Health Care Provider classes.

  • To register for a Medic One CPR class, please call the number listed above.

Jan
8
Wed
Weight Loss Information Seminar @ Capital Medical Center - Olympics Room (4th Floor - Physicians' Pavilion)
Jan 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Is bariatric surgery right for you?

Our free seminar gives you the opportunity to learn more about how obesity affects your life, the surgeries we offer, and the risks and benefits of a bariatric operation.

You will also have the chance to meet Dr. Young and members of her team. We will also discuss insurance coverage and financing options, and answer any questions you may have regarding our program.

Click here to learn more >>

Jan
9
Thu
BloodworksNW Blood Drive @ Capital Medical Center - Emergency parking lot
Jan 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
BloodworksNW Blood Drive @ Capital Medical Center - Emergency parking lot

Capital Medical Center is hosting its first Bloodworks NW blood drive of 2020 from 10 am to 4 pm on Thursday, January 9 where a bloodmobile will accept your blood donation in the Emergency Department parking lot.

The bloodmobile will be closed from 12 pm to 1 pm  (lunch).

One pint of blood can save up to three lives in our community!

Please consider donating on January 9. Sign up at www.bloodworksnw.org/drives or call 1-800-398-7888, sponsor code 3685. Walk-ins also welcome.

Jan
30
Thu
Bariatric Support Group Meeting @ Capital Medical Center - Rainier Room
Jan 30 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

We are welcoming both pre- and post-surgery bariatric patients to our group.  Your friend, spouse, or support person is also welcome to join us.

The goal of the support group is to provide information, acquaintances, friends, peers, or social support in whatever way you need it.  This may be different for everyone.  Some people just need the facts, the information.  Others have fears that can only be addressed by someone who “has been through it”.  Some don’t want to talk, just listen.  It is a casual gathering with no participation required.

While I will be the facilitator and come each month with some prepared information or guest speakers,  the group belongs to YOU.  Your needs will drive the content.

There is no signup required.

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PRE-SURGICAL ASSESSMENT

Once surgery has been booked, Capital will need to collect specific patient information. For select physicians, patients can now pre-register online.

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CARE HIGHLIGHTS

Our Joint & Spine Center of Excellence houses a full continuum of advanced care — for hips, knees, shoulders, ankles, spines and more — aimed at minimizing or eliminating your pain and getting you back to a normal routine as soon as possible.

We’re proud to be the first South Sound hospital to earn a Gold Seal of Approval® for hip replacement, knee replacement and spine surgery from The Joint Commission.

Need more information or help with next steps? Let us know! CONTACT US >>

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