Mason General Hospital Visiting Hours

8:00 am to 8:30 pm, daily

Telephone

Mason General Hospital
(360) 426-1611
Toll-Free (855) 880-3201

Location

Physical Address:
901 Mountain View Dr
Shelton WA 98584

Postal Address:
PO BOX 1668
Shelton WA 98584

Our Family of Clinics:

View awards for previous years

Top Rural Hospital

Coupled with more than 100 physicians (active, courtesy, consulting) on staff, in 19 specialties, MGH has positioned itself to be the pride of the area.

MGH has more than 540 employees and 100 volunteers waiting to care for the community. The staff, physicians, and physical plant are highly regarded throughout the state.

MGH is known industry-wide as one of the top rural hospitals in the region.

2015 Awards

Dr. Schlauderaff Receives Health Care Champion Award

MGH&FC Receives "Most Wired" Hospital Award for Eighth Year

For the eighth consecutive year, Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics has received the prestigious, “Most Wired” Hospital award, this year competing with more than 2,000 hospitals surveyed across the nation in information systems capability. The Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) Most Wired Survey identified MGH&FC as one of the top hospitals in the country that were given this designation. The Most Wired Survey is conducted annually and publishes its findings and the names of the nation’s Most Wired hospitals and health systems in H&HN magazine, a publication of the Journal of the American Hospital Association.

MGH&FC first received the “Most Wired”- Rural Hospital award in 2008 and 2009, and then in 2010 it was reclassified to be included in not just rural, but all hospitals, nationwide.  Every year since then ‒ 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014  and now 2015 ‒ MGH&FC has received the Most Wired Hospital award for information technology (IT) that implements systems to ensure quality and improve efficiency in the delivery of patient care.

The Most Wired Hospital award is based on four categories:  infrastructure, business and administrative management, clinical quality and safety, and clinical integration.  It also focuses on how hospitals use information technologies for quality of care, customer service, public health and safety, business processes, and workforce issues.  Most Wired hospitals have better drug formulary checks and drug interaction alerts than hospitals in general, and are better prepared for security breaches, employing more tools to protect patient data.  They monitor their IT performance more closely, and monitor their health system’s overall performance more thoroughly, as well as engaging more patients online in social media sites.

“Maintaining a leadership position in health care technology is not easy. We are fortunate to have a culture of resiliency and adaptability to change allowing us to leverage technology to evolve our workflows. This award in technology is really an acknowledgement to our exceptional people,” said Eric Moll, MGH&FC’s CEO