AKA: Olympic Medical Center, Port Angeles, WA

Structure Type: built works - public buildings - hospitals

Designers: Decker / Hobbs Fukui Davison, Architects (firm); PacLand (firm); William H. Davison (architect); Jonathan Hill Decker (architect); David Hiroshi Fukui (architect)

Dates: constructed 1950-1951

939 Caroline Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

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The Olympic Memorial Hospital, later renamed the Olympic Medical Center, opened to the public on 11/01/1951.


Seattle architect David Fukui (1939-2019) was involved with the design of an addition to the Olympic Memorial Hospital in 1982-1984.

The architectural firm of Rice Fergus Miller designed a 42,000-square-foot addition to the Olympic Medical Center completed in 2015-2016. This addition was situated at 907 Georgiana Street. According to Seattle's Daily Journal of Commerce, "... the architect said the new building will have clinics that are now housed in four buildings on campus, including some specialty services now offered by OMC in Port Angeles, primary care and a walk-in clinic. In the new building, doctor's offices, exam rooms, waiting areas and ancillary spaces are divided into six 'neighborhoods' differentiated by color schemes of gold, blue and brown, and artistic themes based on vistas of mountains, woodlands and water." (See Daily Journal of Commerce.com, "Olympic Medical Center starting medical office building in August," published 07/21/2015, acccessed 04/05/2019.) Other members of the design team for this 2015-2016 addition included PacLand, the landscape architect and civil engineer, TBS Engineering, mechanical engineering, Wood Harbinger, electrical engineering, and PCS Structural Solutions, structural engineering.

PCAD id: 17810