Patients & Visitors

For Patients

Before Your Visit

Please click here for a printable checklist that details what to bring to the hospital (English/Spanish)

After Your Visit

We care about your recovery and well-being after your hospital visit. If you feel that you are getting worse or experiencing any of the following signs or symptoms, please:

  • Call your physician
  • Call 911
  • Or visit the nearest Emergency Room

Warning Signs

  • Persistent vomiting or diarrhea
  • Temperature over 101 degrees Fahrenheit, lasting longer than 8 hours
  • Increased tenderness, redness, drainage, or opening of wound
  • Shortness of breath at rest, difficulty breathing
  • Fainting or dizziness
  • Discoloration or numbness of extremities
  • Severe pain not relieved by medication (chest pain)
  • Excessive swelling of the legs or feet, severe leg cramping
  • Uncontrolled bleeding

For Cardiac patients: weight gain greater than 5 pounds in a week or greater than 10 pounds in a month.