Going home as quickly as possible is important for our patients. Your physician determines when you are ready to be discharged. Please note that the discharge process may take some time after your physician advises he is releasing you. Your physician and nurse will give you discharge instructions and answer any questions you have about managing your treatment and medications once you are home. Please ask if you are confused or unsure about what you need to do, what medications you must take, or if you have to restrict your diet or activities.
Between Hospital and Home
We offer three options to help patients ease the transition between hospital and home. Our case managers work closely with you and your family to help select the best option for you. Your payment sources and services you need will determine which option is best for you. As a result, you are matched with the best environment you need for your situation. Because of that, you can fully recover from your illness or injury.
Billing & Insurance
We strive to provide our patients with high-quality health care at a reasonable cost. The income we receive from patients helps us continue this high service level. In order to best serve our communities, we use reasonable efforts to collect money due for the services we provide.
Your Opinion Counts
Soon after your discharge, you may receive a survey in the mail and a telephone call regarding your care. We would appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey or answer our questions during the telephone call. Our goal is always to provide excellent care.