This section provides useful information for all patients at Mission Hospital, whether you are having an outpatient procedure or staying with us for a longer recovery period.
We understand that hospitalization is never an entirely pleasant experience, but we will do our best to make you as comfortable as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to talk with your physician or nurse.
Some of the information in this section includes:
Learn more about the healthcare team and staff that will take care of you.
What to expect during your stay like how to call nurses, eating routines, television, etc.
Information for advanced care planning and end of life arrangements.
What to know about your meals, nutrition and food for guests.
Support serviceslike interpreters, groups, notary services and internet.
Spiritual support through our Pastoral Care Services.
Safety and security you can expect while you are here.
Tools and contacts to help you manage your medical records.
Your rights as a patient.
Reporting safety concerns to either The Joint Commission or Division of Health Service Regulation
During or after your stay with us, you may be asked about your experience. We hope you will respond frankly. Only by hearing from patients like you can we know if we are doing a good job and find ways to improve our service. We encourage you to write to us about any specific problems, questions or compliments you may have.
If you have general questions that are not answered here, feel free to call us at (828) 213-1111.