During admission, you will be asked to sign several consent forms, including consent to treatment form, patient bill of rights and advance directive form. If you are unable to sign these, a family member or responsible party must accompany you. Your case manager/social worker can help you with all the details of your insurance. Any personal items or equipment you bring should be labeled clearly with your name. Because you’ll be working toward a normal daily routine, you’ll need comfortable, loose-fitting clothing.
A link to a list of the standard charges for items and services provided by the hospital as required by Section 2718 (e) of the Public Health Service Act is available here. This list represents gross charges for individual services and does not reflect personalized estimates of hospital charges that may be applicable based on insurance discounts nor is it indicative of a patient’s out of pocket cost. In addition, several factors may affect pricing, including, but not limited to the time of selection, additional expenses such as laboratory or professional fees, and additional services that depend on an individual’s specific health condition. The information is not intended to be legal, health, medical or professional advice but merely conveys general information.