The Orthopaedic Center at Harrison Medical Center
The Orthopaedic Center at Harrison Medical Center's Silverdale campus expands our promise of exceptional health care by extending CHI Franciscan’s award-winning orthopedic services and ensuring state-of-the-art orthopedic and joint replacement in Kitsap County.
This three-story, 54,000-square-foot expansion is conveniently located adjacent to the existing campus. The facility offers 24 orthopedic and private patient rooms, including one especially suited for bariatric patients. Hallways, called the “track,” feature milestone markers every 10 feet to help you measure your accomplishments. Patients also enjoy access to a rehabilitation gym, pre- and post-op learning center for patients and families along with a rooftop rehab trail.
1800 Northwest Myhre Road
Silverdale, WA 98383
Hours: 5 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday
The Orthopaedic Center at Harrison offers all of the care and services needed to keep you moving and active: from bone, joints, spine and muscle care to tendon, ligament and nerve conditions. We welcome patients of all ages. Services offered include:
- Spine treatment and surgery
- Joint replacement, reconstruction and arthroscopy for hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle
- Clavicle and shoulder treatment and surgery
- Arm, elbow, wrist and hand treatment and surgery
- Pelvis and hip treatment and surgery
- Work-related injuries
- Orthopedic trauma
- Sports medicine, including prevention, treatment, surgery, education, rehabilitation and side-line care
Joint Replacement Passport Program
The Passport Program enables you and your care team to track important milestones together during every phase of the joint replacement process, from pre-surgical education to postoperative care, rehabilitation and discharge.
Your in-depth education begins immediately after you schedule your surgery, when you and your surgeon review your current health status and risk factors. You’ll then begin meeting with our specialized care team as they help prepare you (and your home) for surgery and beyond. After surgery, you’ll receive a passport specific to your joint replacement needs. This passport will guide you through the important goals and milestones related to your care, including anti-coagulant therapy, bowel care, pain management, rehabilitation, dietary goals, and discharge preparation. Throughout your stay, your clinical team will stamp your passport as your reach your various milestones.
Once you and your physician have decided joint replacement surgery is right for you, the next step is to attend one of our free seminars to learn more about the procedures. Call 360-744-6695 for dates and times.
The Orthopaedic Alliance
The Orthopaedic Alliance on the Peninsula includes more than a dozen skilled orthopedic specialists serving the Kitsap, Olympic and Key peninsulas, along with Mason County. We are:
Our specialists collaborate with highly advanced teams of medical professionals at two hospital locations. We treat a broad range of orthopedic disorders, conditions and injuries associated with your bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves.
By receiving care in your own community, you’re able to easily access the care team you need to lead you through your orthopedic journey, step by step. Find a provider near you.