AdmissionsYour admission to Allen Parish Hospital began at the request of your physician. Our goal here at Allen Parish Hospital is to ensure that everyone is completely satisfied with their experience. In an effort the better serve our patients, upon entering the main lobby you will need to register at our SECURE SIGN-IN podium. This will help ensure you are directed to the correct Admissions Staff Associate.
Direct Admissions by a member of our Active Medical Staff and Outpatient Admissions are completed at the Admission Desk which is located in the main lobby area at the front of the hospital Monday thru Thursday from 7:00am to 5:00pm and on Friday from 7:00am to 3:00pm. After hours and weekend registration for these services are completed at the Emergency Room Registration Desk. You will be assigned a room according to the medical care you are to receive.
New Vision Admissions are completed at the Admission Desk which is located in the main lobby area at the front of the hospital Monday thru Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. You will be assigned a room according to the medical care you are to receive.
Emergency Room Admissions are completed at the Emergency Room Registration Desk.
On completion of the admission process, an identification bracelet will be placed on your arm. For your safety we ask that you wear it for the length of your hospital stay. You will also be required to sign several forms to consent to treatment.
What to BringAll patients should bring driver's license, insurance identification cards, social security number and any other pertinent information for all types of admissions. For Inpatient and New Visions Admissions, personal items such as pajamas or gown, robe, slippers and toiletries should be brought from home. Since the hospital does not accept responsibility for loss of personal items, we request that you do not bring jewelry, money, or other valuables.
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