At Chester County Hospital, we are committed to making your patient experience with us as safe, successful and pleasant as possible for you and your family. Below, find important information about your stay at Chester County Hospital:
Chester County Hospital is committed to providing resources that help our community take an active role in managing their health. This information is being provided as an aid to patients and families as they transition throughout their health care journey.
Important information pertaining to your arrival at and admission to Chester County Hospital.
Important things to be aware of before your stay at Chester County Hospital.
Important things to know about your health care team and course of treatment at Chester County Hospital
Chester County Hospital is pleased to offer a variety of convenient services to make your patient experience more pleasant.
At Chester County Hospital, we have many processes in place to ensure the delivery of safe, top quality care to our patients.
A summary of patient rights and hospital responsibilities while you or a loved one are under care at Chester County Hospital.
What you need to know and do AFTER you complete your stay at Chester County Hospital.
Important legal information to consider in the event that you are no longer healthy enough to make decisions after you have been hospitalized.
Details about how you are billed for your stay at Chester County Hospital and how to pay your bill.
Instructions in case you need to express an immediate concern or complaint regarding your care during your hospital stay.
What you need to know in case you or your loved one requires spiritual care and support during your stay at Chester County Hospital.
A full list of insurers with whom Chester County Hospital participates.
The Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is federal legislation which has created a national standard for protecting the privacy of YOUR private health information.
Chester County Hospital has a variety of services to accommodate the visual and hearing impaired, as well as the non-English speaking patient.
Your physician, along with a registered dietitian, will assess your nutritional status and plan your diet to meet your special needs while hospitalized and after your discharge.
It is important that Chester County Hospital has a complete list of any medications you are taking.
Your health care team can provide a variety of safe options to relieve, manage and prevent any pain associated with your treatment at Chester County Hospital.
The Critical Care Unit (CCU) has a stricter set of rules and regulations for patient visitations than does the rest of the hospital. Read more.