- About Mary Bridge Children's Hospital
- Your Child's Visit to Mary Bridge
- Patient Guide
- Visitor Guide
- Hospital Amenities
- Maps, Directions and Parking
- Mary Bridge Online Gift Shop
- Cheer Cards
- Customer Service
- Community Expansion Project
- Tree House: A Place for Families
Going to the hospital can be a confusing and stressful time for children and parents. At Mary Bridge, we want to make your experience as comfortable as possible. Click on the following links for useful information to help you before, during and after your child’s stay at Mary Bridge.
What to Bring and What Not to Bring
Find out what you should bring to make your child more comfortable during their hospital stay at Mary Bridge.
Where Should I Stay?
You are welcome to stay overnight with your child. A chair bed with linens is available for one adult to sleep at their child’s bedside in the medical-surgical units. Kitchens and showers are also available. Limited Family Housing may be available for families with children in the PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit). The PICU social worker can assist in making these arrangements.
Mary Bridge also offers discounted room rates at the following local hotels:
- La Quinta, 253-383-0146
- Silver Cloud Inn, 253-272-1300
Your Child’s Care Team
Learn about the team of pediatric health care professionals that will be taking care of your child.
This video provides insight into the processes and procedures for what it means to have your child become a patient at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. From parking areas and signing in to services offered and what you can expect during and after the hospital stay, this video will help to ease the stress of having a child in a hospital.
Este video ofrece información sobre los procesos y procedimientos por lo que significa tener a su hijo a un paciente en el Hospital María Puente de los niños. De las áreas de estacionamiento y accediendo a los servicios ofrecidos y lo que puede esperar durante y después de la estancia en el hospital, este video ayudará a aliviar el estrés de tener un hijo en un hospital.