For all your Scheduling and Registration needs, please contact us between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at:
When you call, one of our representatives will assist you with your schedule and appointment needs and will walk you through the pre-admission process. Our representatives are also glad to provide you with any additional information, and will be happy to answer your questions as well as provide information about the service(s) you will be receiving.
On the day of your pre-admission testing appointment, please report to the Registration Department located in the main lobby of the hospital. Free parking is available directly in front of the building. Please inform the volunteer at the pavilion information desk of your name and appointment time.
Forty-eight (48) hour advance registration is required for the following procedures:
- CT Scans
- Nuclear Medicine
Outpatient Surgery Scheduling
Once you have decided to have surgery, your surgeon's office will notify the hospital's scheduling department. An appointment for pre-admission testing and a surgery date will be given to you by the doctor's office. Orders for pre-admission testing (i.e. Blood Work, Chest X-ray, EKG) will be given to you by your surgeon to bring with you on your appointment.
In an effort to process patients in a timely manner, either you or your doctor's office will be contacted for pre-registration information. Information collected will include your name, date of birth, address, insurance information, etc. We will notify you of any financial responsibility not covered by your insurance.
As a courtesy, a member of our pre-admission testing staff will call you the day before your scheduled appointment to remind you of your appointment time and where to report. It is important that you arrive on time for your visit.
Please bring your driver's license, insurance cards and/or insurance forms with you for the registration clerk. If you are unable to keep your pre-admission testing appointment, please call (575) 546-5892 to reschedule.