At Grays Harbor Community, our physicians heal, comfort, and serve our community with compassion. Our vision to provide every patient superior service and safety, exceptional by any standard.
Grays Harbor Community Hospital Physician Services' health care team consists of Physicians, Nurses, other Health Care Professionals, and Students of the Health Sciences. These professionals provide needed diagnostic treatment and patient care services of the highest standards. Each patient at GHCH Physician Services has an attending physician who has primary responsibility for the patient's medical care. GHCH Physician Services has many distinct departments which specialize in a particular area of healthcare or work to facilitate the ongoing processes within our organization. Our services include critical care unit, cardiopulmonary, emergency, family birth center, laboratory, pediatrics, rehabilitation, surgical services, and a wound healing center.
The City of Aberdeen is located in Grays Harbor County on the southern edge of the Olympic Peninsula at the convergence of the Wishkah and Chehalis Rivers.
The history of this area has been driven by the logging and fishing industries, although in the last few years there has been a concerted effort to replace these with an emphasis on tourism and designating Aberdeen as the largest retail center on the Washington Coast.
Grays Harbor County is located on the Southwest corner of the Olympic Peninsula along the Pacific Ocean. We are the southern gateway to the Olympic National Park. Our rural Pacific Northwest location offers abundant outdoor and lake activities including hiking, climbing, sailing, surfing, kayaking, boating, fishing, hunting, and golf. There are several ski areas that are within a few hour’s drive.
In no other county can you stick your toe in the Pacific Ocean one hour, and the next hour, be in the lush rain forest. Come to Grays Harbor to experience nature as enchanting as you have ever experienced. Grays Harbor is home to 7 bodies of water; harbors, lakes, streams, channels, canals, rivers and of course, our ocean. If water isn’t what you want to experience, then hike into our enchanted forests to witness wildlife in their natural habitat.