Q: "I’ve tried just about every medication on the market for my seasonal allergies, and nothing has helped. In fact, since switching to my current nasal spray, I’m now getting nosebleeds, on top of the usual dripping and sniffling. Am I doing something wrong? Should I keep trying other sprays and drugs? Do I need sinus surgery?"
As ski season approaches, skiers and snowboarders can’t wait to hit the snow and leave their first tracks of the year. Before you step into your bindings, keep in mind that a day on the slopes can be dangerous.
How to know if your baby is hungry.
Congratulations on your new baby! We've put together a list of helpful information and links to access Providence postpartum care services.
Throughout life we prepare for the things that really matter- having a baby is no exception. A childbirth class will help you prepare for the birth of your child and increase your ability to make informed choices regarding this life-changing experience. To register, please call 800-562-8964, or sign up on-line. For additional questions, concerns or to speak with an instructor, please call the childbirth education coordinator at 541-387-6344.
Patients are asked not to bring items of value to the hospital. The hospital cannot accept responsibility for items of value. If you lose something...
The visitation policy for the maternity department is designed to protect our patients, their families and other visitors.
Because of our core values – compassion, justice, respect, excellence and stewardship – we believe that as a patient you have certain rights. At the same time, because we consider you an active partner in your health care, we acknowledge that you also have some responsibilities.
If you are an established patient at our clinic, and are preparing for your next follow-up visit, please complete these forms and bring them with your to your next appointment. In addition we will also need your photo ID and current medical insurance card.
To make sure you get the best, safest care possible, we need some important information about you. Before your child comes to the hospital for surgery, please complete and bring with you a copy of this Pediatric Health Status Summary for children under the age of 13.
At Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital we care for our community. We strive to give those we serve exceptional, compassionate health care that provides peace of mind. At Providence, it’s not just health care, it’s how we care™
For easing your way around Providence Hood River. Located conference rooms, admitting, cashier and gift shop.
At Providence we support charitable organizations and activities consistent with our Mission. Our goal is to improve the health and quality of life of the communities we serve. As a Catholic not-for-profit health care ministry, we at Providence Health & Services we have a responsibility to provide for the needs of the most vulnerable.
If you are interested in volunteering at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, please complete an application form and background disclosure (for those 18 and older). After receiving your application, you will be contacted to set up an appointment to discuss our program and see if there is a match for placement.
In addition to getting news delivered regularly to your inbox through our physician e-newsletters bookmark this site for up-to-date information on quality initiatives, informatics, staffing changes and more.
Having a sick child is never easy. The people of Providence want to help you care for your children in the right place. Some illnesses may require a trip to a doctor or a hospital. Other illnesses can be treated best at home.
After your baby is born, the vital records technician at the hospital will give you a birth certificate worksheet that must be completed during your stay as an in-patient of the hospital and returned to the staff before you are discharged from the hospital.
Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital will begin a rural-track medical residency program in the Columbia Gorge.
This 12-page guide helps caregivers and family members understand the emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the days and moments before death.
American Cancer Society’s home page with links to all types of cancer, symptoms, treatment options, statistics trials and ways to contribute.
All interested parties in applying for the CGHC Clinical Advisory Panel should complete this form and return to: Columbia Gorge Health Council, Clinical Advisory Panel Attn: Trish Elliott, Hood River County Health Department.
Located at the crossroads of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge and the magnificent Cascade Range, Hood River County is a scenic wonderland of natural beauty in every season. Here you’ll discover a world of year-round outdoor recreation, dramatic vistas, historic landmarks, fantastic food, wine and beer—and best of all, warm, friendly people.
Healthy Kids is a health coverage program for uninsured Oregon kids and teens.
The Columbia Gorge landscape can be the perfect playground for any season. Maybe you’re here to hit the trails or the slopes, or maybe you’re into windsurfing or kite boarding. Whatever activity brings you here, Providence wants you to play it safe.
This year’s open enrollment for Medicare Advantage ends Dec. 7, 2012. Providence Hood River has contracts with the following plans in 2013.
Every three years, Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital assesses the needs and assets of Columbia River Gorge communities with a focus on Hood River County.