- Patient Administration Division
- Birth Registration
- Deaths & Casualty/Decedent Affairs
- Inpatient Records
- MEB / IDES
- Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC)
- Organ Donations
- Outpatient Records
- Release of Information (ROI)
The Admissions and Dispositions (A&D) Office processes patients to be admitted or discharged from the hospital. The office is on the first floor (long hallway) and is open 24 hours a day. All patients being admitted or pre-admitted (such as OB patients) must bring a valid form of military identification. Patients are required to answer questions about additional medical insurance and organ donation and sign several forms, including an Advance Directive Declaration. This form asks you about the existence of a:
- Living Will Allows you to specify the care you want at the end of your life. It becomes effective only when you can no longer speak for yourself.
- Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare Allows you to name someone to act as your agent. This person makes your health care decisions only when you cannot speak for yourself. You do not have to be at the end of your life.
If you have any of these documents, give them to the admissions clerk for your inpatient record. After the required forms are signed and information gathered, you will be issued an inpatient medical card. This card is used to imprint your hospital records and lab tests. Upon discharge, you or your representative must bring a clearance form signed by a physician to the A&D office. This certified form must be taken to the Treasurer's Office for final clearance. For more information, call 288-8173 or 288-8172, we're open 24 hours.
page last modified on: 5/7/2013