The Gift Shop/Online Gift Shop

Looking for a special gift for a patient? The Gift Shop offers a unique selection of gifts, jewelry and accessories, gourmet chocolates, fresh flowers and cards for every occasion and to suit every budget. We’re located in the main lobby, across from the receptionist desk.

Visit the Gift Shop in Bremerton

Hours of operation: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday; 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday.

Brighten someone's day by ordering a special gift for a hospitalized friend or loved one. Click here to browse our Online Gift Shop.

Gift Categories:

  • Baby
  • Balloons
  • Candy
  • Cheer Cards (free)
  • Flowers
  • Music
  • Stuffed Animals

Web Nursery

Harrison Medical Center offers onsite professional photography services for families who want to capture and share those special first hours of their newborn’s life. Visit our Web Nursery to access our password-protected galleries.

To view a particular baby, enter the mother's last name and password (if mom designated one) and click Search.

Information and photographs will be available for 90 days from the date of birth.

Spiritual care

Every person has emotional needs. Our Spiritual Care Services team is an interfaith department led by our spiritual care coordinator and complemented by volunteer chaplains who respect all beliefs. We provide compassionate emotional, religious and spiritual support for you and your family. Chaplains are available 24 hours a day at Harrison Bremerton.

You may want to call a chaplain:

  • Before, during and after treatment
  • To help cope with grief, loss and anxiety
  • If you’re concerned about a diagnosis
  • To discuss end-of-life issues
  • For prayer or religious ritual
  • When you need someone to listen

Chapel information

Located on the hospital’s first floor
2520 Cherry Avenue
Bremerton, WA 98310
Chapel services: Wednesdays, 12:15–12:30 p.m.
Phone: 360-744-6555
Hours: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (or notify your nursing staff after hours)

Caring Presence

Caring Presence is an extension of Harrison Medical Center's compassionate care services. It’s based on the internationally recognized “No One Dies Alone” program, in which a volunteer companion provides a reassuring presence to a dying patient. With the support of our nursing staff, these volunteers will give the most valuable of human gifts, time and touch, to our patients at the end of life.

Caring Presence provides a trained staff member or hospital volunteer to patients who meet all of these criteria:

  • Are in their last 72 hours of life
  • Have Do Not Resuscitate (DNR)/Do Not Incubate (DNI) orders
  • Don’t have family or friends at the bedside or within the near geographic area

Benefits for patients, families and staff

Patients will have a consistent, committed companion by their side during their final hours. A caring presence volunteer is sensitive to, and shows concern for, the emotional and spiritual needs of the patient. He or she may also:

  • Hold a patient's hand or provide a soft touch hand rub
  • Listen to the patient's stories
  • Play soothing music
  • Read quietly
  • Fluff pillows
  • Moisten the lips
  • Pray with the patient
  • Sit in companionable silence
  • Communicate patient needs to the nursing staff when necessary

Healing Garden

The Les & Betty Krueger Family Healing Garden provides a unique hospital environment designed specifically with tranquility in mind, giving all who enter a respite from stress. Featuring a beautiful natural setting, the 3,100-square-foot rooftop garden stimulates one’s visual, auditory and olfactory senses through the choice of plants, artistic features, sound and color—offering visitors a range of proven clinical and therapeutic benefits. It features three distinct spaces for visitors: a covered entry, a central “living room” and a creative workspace designed for active programming.

At the heart of the healing garden is another critical feature: hope. Represented by a 9-1/2 foot metal sculpture created by local artist Lisa Stirrett, the “Tree of Hope” is a symbol of human resilience and the power of shared stories to remind us that we are not alone. An interactive kiosk placed in the garden makes actual messages of hope available to our patients and their caregivers.

Funded entirely by charitable gifts, the garden brings together the very best in health care design and highlights what makes Harrison Medical Center truly a special place—a caring community.

To support the healing environment today with a charitable gift, please donate today.