There are many components to the information sheet that contain pertinent information for the physician and staff of the medical office. Therefore, there are many reasons why these sheets are so important. However, not all information sheets are the same and some may contain different information based on or according to the type of practice. It is important to have this information and make sure that it is kept up-to-date so that if the office needs to get a hold of you for any reason, such as:
Weather Update Patient Information Besides knowing what to expect from treatment, there are a number of items that you, the patient, may find helpful to learn beforehand.
In this part of the website you can learn more about payment options and registration and discharge information. Our Customer Service Representatives are available to help you make financial arrangements based on your insurance coverage.
All patients eligible for financial assistance will not be charged more for medically necessary care than the amounts generally billed to patients who have insurance.
To obtain pricing information for services not listed on our pricing pageplease contact our Chargemaster Coordinator at Patient Registration Our focus is to make the registration process pleasant and convenient for our patients.
Upon your arrival for outpatient services or inpatient stay, please visit the registration reception desk to obtain a ticket to be directed to the next available representative for your service.
Discharge Information Our goal is to ensure the smoothest transition possible on the day of your discharge. You can help in that transition by using this checklist prior to your day of discharge.
All coats, shoes and clothing are packed. Arrangements have been made for someone to pick you up prior to 11 a. Prescriptions have been reviewed. Dietary questions have been answered.
If not, please call Please be certain all flowers, cards, and gifts are taken home the day before you are discharged. Take all personal items with you at discharge. Any medications that you brought into the hospital should be taken with you. In addition to these reminders for your day of discharge, click here for a printable full home safety checklist.
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Interpretive Services In all cases, language and deaf interpretation is free to our patients. We discourage family members from interpreting.
The form we use in patient registration includes some of the more commonly requested languages. Please click here to view that form.
To learn more about Certified Languages International interpretive services and all of the languages offered through their company, please click here.Read about POMALYST, a medication taken with dexamethasone that is an immunomodulatory therapy with anti-cancer effects.
Please see the full Indication and Important Safety Information for POMALYST. Ethical health research and privacy protections both provide valuable benefits to society.
Health research is vital to improving human health and health care. Protecting patients involved in research from harm and preserving their rights is essential to ethical research. The primary justification for protecting personal privacy is to protect the interests of individuals. If the patient has not had a physical within the last year, an appointment must be scheduled prior to our staff completing the form unless a shot record only is required.
Please indicate how you would like the form to be returned: picked up, faxed (must be directly to patient/guardian) or mailed (must provide a stamped, self-addressed .
Without high quality information upfront, it’s very difficult for any patient to make the right decision when it comes to their health & what treatment plan best suits them.
But once involved, a well-informed patient is more likely to stick with their agreed treatment plan than one who doesn’t 1,6,7. Once we get the patient to the hospital, the variety of medications and procedures available makes it vitally important for the treatment team to know as much as possible about the patient.
Make the information easy for the paramedics to relay to the hospital. Patient Information Besides knowing what to expect from treatment, there are a number of items that you, the patient, may find helpful to learn beforehand.
In this part of the website you can learn more about payment options and registration and discharge information.