Admissions

Admitting/Outpatient Registration Office is open from 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday. Before or after those hours you may go to the ER Registration Office which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All patients need to bring the following items to expedite your Registration process:

  • Doctor's written or printed order with diagnosis (unless ER patient)
  • Drivers license
  • Insurance card
  • Any questions that you may have

You can also call the Admitting/Outpatient and ER Registration at (407) 498-3498. You may also pre-register online from this website to save time upon arrival.

What should I bring?

  • Contact Information - You will be asked to provide your social security number, address and telephone information.
  • Insurance Information - If you have an insurance card, please bring it with you. To properly bill your insurance carrier(s) for services rendered, we will need the name of the carrier (company), their complete mailing address, your policy’s group number and your personal identification number. If your insurance carrier requires a referral form, please bring it with you to your first appointment. If you are covered by Medicare or Medicaid, please bring the appropriate cards as well.
  • Medical History - If your visit is for a second opinion or on a physician’s referral, you may need to bring medical records, x-rays, results from lab tests, pathology slides, or other materials. Your physician may have sent these to us already – be sure to ask your doctor before your visit.
  • Advance Directive - If you have an Advance Directive (a living will and / or durable power of attorney for healthcare) please bring it with you.
  • If you have an extended stay, you can bring the following things with you:
    • Personal toiletries, bathrobe, slippers or socks
    • Any medications you usually take
    • Your glasses, dentures, hearing aid, etc.
    • Any written instructions your physician may have provided. A list of your current prescriptions is also helpful. Be sure to write your name on the containers and inform your nurse.

What should I leave at home?

  • We ask that you leave all valuables at home or with a family member when you come for outpatient procedures or inpatient care. We are not responsible for personal items that are lost or stolen on our premises.
  • Jewelry and other valuables
  • Money and credit cards (however, you may want a few dollars to buy a snack)
  • Electrical appliances - please do not bring your hair dryer, electric shaver, radio or other small electrical appliances