General Information

Visiting hours

While Harrison Medical Center has no set visiting hours, our guidelines about visitors vary, depending on the patient’s needs. In some cases, a friend or relative may remain overnight. We ask that patients sharing a room be mindful of their roommate’s privacy and need for quiet by limiting visitors.

Free wi-fi

Staying connected is easy with our free wireless internet. Feel free to bring your laptop and other wireless devices where you’ll find fast, convenient internet service.

Cafeteria and catering services

Cherry Avenue Eatery

Hours of operation: 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week
Experience fresh, delicious foods cooked to order every time at the Cherry Avenue Eatery. Our café features a salad bar, soups, grab-n-go meals and four action stations—stir fry, pasta, grill and deli.

Cherry Ave Cafe Menu February 19-24

Cafe Menu February 27-3

 

South End Café

Hours of operation: 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Located near the Harrison Bremerton Emergency Department, the South End Café serves delicious made-to-order sandwiches, refreshing beverages, desserts and other grab-n-go snacks. We’re open around the clock for your convenience.

Cherry Street Espresso

Hours of operation: 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday
Grab a warm drink, fresh baked cookie, pastry, grab-n-go sandwich or salad at Cherry Street Espresso, located at the main entrance of Harrison Bremerton on the first floor.

Catering services

Planning a meeting or event? Catering services are available throughout the organization. Email us or call 360-744-8552 to speak our catering services staff.

Cell phones

Cellular phones may be used inside the hospital so long as their use does not disrupt patient care or the care environment.

Lost and found

Lost and found items are held in the security offices. In Bremerton, call 360-744-6520. In Silverdale call 360-744-8942.

Parking

Parking is free for both patients and visitors and available in lots around both hospital campuses.

Volunteering

More than 350 teens, college students and adults volunteer their time and talents throughout Harrison campuses. Their dedicated efforts are felt on every campus and directly benefit our patients, their families, employees, and medical staff. No matter what your life experience or education, you can make a difference. Learn more about becoming a volunteer.