Harrison is a not-for-profit community medical center with origins dating back to the flu epidemic of 1918. Today, it is the region’s busiest medical center, with four campuses—Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard, and Belfair—serving Kitsap, north Mason, Jefferson, and Clallam counties.
Harrison offers a comprehensive range of services, such as: cardiology, including open-heart surgery; orthopaedics; oncology; women & children and pediatrics; urgent care; imaging services; laser, laparoscopic, and retinal surgery; sleep services; and rehabilitation.
Harrison provides emergency services at Bremerton and Silverdale, and urgent care services at Port Orchard and Belfair, treating more than 90,000 patients annually. We are a Level III Trauma Center and one of the busiest emergency departments in the region. Patient wait times in our emergency departments are among the lowest in the state and our patient satisfaction scores are among the highest.
More than 17,000 patients are admitted to Harrison each year and more than 2,100 babies are born annually at our Women's & Children's Center. Nearly 13,000 surgeries are performed each year at Harrison facilities.
May—Harrison breaks ground on a three-story Orthopaedic Hospital on the Silverdale campus. The $25 million facility, which will be built in two phases, will include 24 private patient rooms, four operating rooms, and shelled-in space on the third floor for a second-phase expansion.
May—Harrison launches its "I promise." campaign. The campaign spotlights employees and their promises to the hospital and community.
April—Harrison partners with Hospice of Kitsap County. As the area's first and only locally incorporated hospice care provider, Hospice of Kitsap County remains committed to working in concert with local doctors and other health care providers to meet the needs of this community.
January—Harrison opens a renovated dining and food court on the Bremerton campus. The new 8,000-square-foot dining area features expanded dining area equipped with multiple televisions and a patient-tracking monitor. The 1,825-square-foot food court is a full service (and energy efficient) area equipped with user-friendly appliances serving your choice of deli specials, pasta dishes, Asian stir fry, and western-style cuisine with a large assortment of beverages.
Nearly 400 physicians and 100 providers care for patients at Harrison.
Full- and part-time employees number more than 2,300, making it the largest private employer in Kitsap County.
Scott W. Bosch, president and CEO
Patty Cochrell, executive vice president and chief operations officer
David Veterane, chair, board of directors
Gordon Cromwell, MD, chief of staff
Glen Carlson, MD, assistant chief of staff
Harrison is accredited by The Joint Commission, which establishes standards—and reviews compliance—for U.S. hospitals. Harrison has been associated with The Joint Commission since 1972, with full accreditation. We view our participation in this demanding review process as part of our unwavering commitment to the highest standards in patient care.