Virginia Mason Franciscan Health (Seattle and Tacoma, Wash.) completed the multiphased expansion of the St. Michael Medical Center Silverdale campus in Silverdale, Wash., with the opening of a 65,000-square-foot St. Michael Medical Pavilion in May.

The $500 million, 600,000-square-foot project, which consolidates cardiac and surgical care, cancer services, and specialty care into one location, also involved a nearly 500,000 square-foot acute care hospital, which opened in December 2020, and a nearly 55,000 square-foot cancer center, which increases the hospital’s capacity to treat more cancer patients with a total of 36 infusion chairs, seven injection stations and 24 exam and consultation rooms.

The medical pavilion connects to the St. Michael Medical Center via a skybridge and includes 96 exam rooms, 21 procedure and treatment rooms, and 10 specialty care services, including cardiology, endocrinology, infectious disease, neurosurgery, pulmonary and sleep medicine, urology, and vascular surgery.

The acute care hospital also houses a Level III trauma center with 56-bay emergency department and rooftop helipad; 248 inpatient beds, including 144 new critical and acute beds; nine new operating rooms; an expanded stroke and heart care with four catheterization/electrophysiology suites and new heart and imaging systems; 22-room imaging center; birth center and Level II special care nursery; and surgical, orthopedic, and rehabilitation services.