Family members and friends are encouraged to visit loved ones during their hospital stay. Visiting hours vary in each department, so we encourage you to check with admission or the main desk prior to visiting to make sure your visit occurs at the most appropriate time.
Looking for a place to stay in Yakima while your loved ones are in the hospital? Special rates have been neotiated at several area hotels for the families of our patients.
We protect our patients' privacy
We can only give you information about your loved one's condition if they have given us permission to do so. Although you may be curious about other patients in the ICU, the staff will not be able to give you any information about their condition.
The operator is available
By dialing "0" from any hospital phone (or (509) 865-1500 from a cell phone), you can reach the hospital operator 24 hours a day. The operator can answer general hospital questions, including cafeteria and/or waiting room locations and hours, or direct you to someone who can answer your question. Please do not call the operator for patient updates. They will not be able to give you any information on your loved ones.
Do not be afraid to touch the patient
Ask the nurse if there is a concern about disturbing the equipment. A gentle touch is a great way to communicate.
Take care of yourself
Having a family member in the ICU is emotionally and physically draining. Be sure to eat properly and get enough rest. You will not be able to help your loved one if you become ill.
Help us prevent the spread of infection
Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer when you enter and leave a patient's room. Hand washing is an important way to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy.
Guest dining options
Toppenish Community Hospital offers several dining choices for hospital visitors, including a full-service dining room, vending machines and in-room guest trays. Further information is available in each patient room.
The chapel is centrally located in the Main Lobby of Toppenish Community Hospital. The chapel is open 24 hours a day, to patients and visitors alike.
During late night hours, Security officers will provide escort to the parking lot for family members and visitors. For assistance, please dial the main switchboards at (509) 865-1500.
The gift shop is centrally located in the Main Lobby of the Hospital. Our gift shop sells Books, Baby Gifts, Candy, All-Occasion Cards, Religious Items and Small Toys. It is managed by our Ladies Auxiliary, which donates all proceeds towards the purchase of hospital equipment.
Native American Spiritual Care Center
Native American Spiritual Care Center provides a place for Native Americans of all faiths to practice the healing rituals and ceremonies important in their beliefs.