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Patient Registration

Whether this is your first hospital stay, or one of many, the experience can be stressful – even in the best of circumstances.  Having clear expectations will help you and your loved ones quickly adjust. To speed the registration process when you arrive, please bring the following information with you:

Primary Care:

  • The name and telephone number of your referring provider or health plan.
  • Advance Directives, Living Will and/or Power of Attorney.
  • Insurance cards – you will be required to pay a co-pay at the time of service.
  • Insurance referral and authorizations – please call your insurance company before your appointment if you are unsure of what you will need.
  •  Social security number and employer Information – if applicable.
  • Immunization record.
  • Medical records and personal records, including x-rays and lab tests, requested by the outpatient office you are scheduled to visit.
  • A list of questions you may have for the provider.

Specialty Appointment:

  • Advance Directives, Living Will, and/or Power of Attorney if not provided at the time of your Primary Care visit.
  • Insurance cards – you will be required to pay a co-pay at the time of service.
  • Insurance referral and authorizations – please call your insurance company before your appointment if you are unsure of exactly what you will need.
  • Social security number and Employer Information – if applicable.
  • Name of referring provider.
  • Referral paperwork from your provider.
  • Any medication or health changes since your visit to the Primary Care office.
  • A list of questions you may have for the provider.

Inpatient Appointments:

  • Insurance and medical assistance information – including subscriber and access cards.
  • Name and telephone number of family physician and others involved in your care.

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