When your physician schedules you for a test, procedure or admission at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, we will try to contact you prior to your scheduled visit to obtain current demographic and insurance information. If you are having a surgical procedure, you may also schedule an appointment to speak with a pre-admission nurse to obtain further information and have your questions answered about the procedure you will be having.
Preregistering prior to your visit will expedite your registration process when you come to the hospital. You can preregister for a scheduled service using our online form or by phone.
If you would like to phone us to preregister for your scheduled service, you may reach us at:
Surgical Procedures / Inpatient Admission / Maternity Admission
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday - Friday
When you arrive for your services at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, you will be greeted by a registrar who will gather information, obtain your signature on consent forms, and provide you with patient rights and responsibilities and Advance Directive information.
An advance directive is a form that allows you to indicate your medical treatment choices before the need arises. If you are ever unable to communicate your desire for medical treatment, an advance directive can speak for you. The registrar will offer you this information at pre-admission or admission. If you have completed an advance directive, please bring it with you at the time of your hospital admission. This document will be placed in your medical record.
Whether you're away from home for your own medical treatment, or need to be near someone who is ill, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center can provide a comfortable place to stay near the facility. Several types of accommodations for individuals, couples, and families. Reservations are required.
Keep your valuables and other personal belongings secure by following these recommendations:
- Keep no more than $10 in your room.
- Leave your wallet and credit cards at home, or have them placed in the hospital safe.
- Leave your jewelry and other valuables at home.
What to bring:
- Your insurance card (if you have not been preregistered)
- Robe and slippers
- Toilet articles (comb, brush, razor, toothbrush and toothpaste, etc.)
- A few dollars for personal items (newspapers, etc.)