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Providence St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Washington, is a regional leader in quality, safety and customer service, whether you are coming in for a simple test, are considering surgery or are welcoming a new baby into your family. We have some of the region’s top physicians, technology, staff and expertise. St.
If you need assistance in setting up an account or accessing your account, Walla Walla Clinic has established a Patient Portal Support line, which is staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please call us at 509.524.1612.
With our new patient portal, you can manage your health, communicate with your providers and make more informed decisions about your care—24/7 from any computer, smartphone or tablet. Just stop by your Physician's Front Desk and we'll get you started.
Below is a short video on setting up a proxy account that will allow you to access health information for your loved ones.
Do you already have a portal login with Facebook, Google, Yahoo or Microsoft Live ID, but would like to use FMH Secure Login instead? Simply follow the step-by-step instructions below:
Incoming phone calls to inpatient rooms can be made via the PSMMC hospital operator at 509-897-3320.
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Patients now may have one adult support person accompany them to medical appointments, and hospitalized people may have one adult visitor. All visitors and support people must be age 18 or over.
The support person will be contacted via the phone number they provide once the patient has been transferred to the outpatient recovery area.
To minimize traffic through the hospital and promote continued safety in the community , alternative methods of connecting with hospitalized patients are still strongly encouraged in place of in-person visits.