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Information and resources to help make your stay as comfortable as possible when you’re admitted to the hospital.
Logansport Memorial is your regional destination for Building Better Health— expanding our reach every day through conveniently located clinics and an ever-evolving lineup of services and providers. You’re the reason why we’re so dedicated to offering big-city medicine close-to-home.
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Battling an injury or illness makes a big impact on your life, and—unfortunately—not all hospital visits are planned. No matter why you’re admitted to Logansport Memorial Hospital, we’re here to help you every step of the way through your patient journey.
Your experience with Logansport Memorial Hospital is important to us. We want to ensure we meet all of your needs—before, during, and after your hospital stay—whether you come for a scheduled surgery or you visit for unexpected reasons.
Find out what we’ll do to help you heal as well as what your rights and responsibilities are during your treatment and recovery.
Logansport Memorial Hospital cannot provide emergency medical treatment or services to children without parental or guardian consent. Please fill out a minor consent form in case your child has a need for care while you are not present to provide consent because of your hospital stay.
Learn more about your options for advance directives.
Logansport Memorial Hospital complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
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During your recovery, we want you to feel as safe and comfortable as possible. All of Logansport Memorial Hospital’s inpatient rooms are private, and we provide 24-hour security for patient and visitor safety.
Other hospital conveniences include:
Patient meals are served from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. We offer a restaurant-style menu as well as an on-site cafeteria for you and your guests.
Each patient room has a telephone for receiving calls, except in the intensive care unit. Your family and friends may call you in your room through the main hospital line—(574) 753-7541 or toll-free at (800) 243-4512—or by dialing the number on the phone at your bedside. You can make local calls at any time by dialing 9 plus the number. You can make long-distance calls by calling collect or charging the calls to your credit card.
A telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) and telephone amplification devices for the hearing impaired are available for incoming and outgoing calls. Additionally, Logansport Memorial Hospital has a direct line to the TDD—(574) 737-2099—from outside of the hospital.
Cell phones may be used in all common areas of the hospital including the cafeteria, lobby, conference rooms, and administrative areas. In order to protect patients and visitors from privacy issues, cell phones may not be used in patient-care areas. Please remember privacy, courtesy, and confidentiality when using your cell phone.
Patients are always eager to get back to their house to finish the recovery process. Once you’re back home and feeling normal again, you might have some questions about paperwork related to your time being admitted to the hospital. We can help.
To get a personal copy of your medical records or to have your records forwarded to another party, we need you to complete an “Authorization for Disclosure of Protected Health Information” form. You can download a copy of the form in English or Spanish below, fill it out, and bring it with you to meet with our representative privately. To find the Medical Records office, please stop at the Information Desk in the Main Lobby and ask for assistance in requesting your medical records. You also need to bring your government-issued ID so that we can verify your identity before releasing the records.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call or fax the medical records department team.
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