Preparing for Your Visit
At Schneck, we strive to provide exceptional customer experience—whether you are here for a quick test or stay with us for a few days. Learn about the registration process and preparing for your next visit.
Scheduled procedures will be pre-registered by our Registration team one to two weeks prior to your procedure. If there is information needed to complete your registration process, one of our team members will reach out to you with a quick phone call.
For unscheduled and walk-in procedures, like lab work or x-rays, please go directly to the appropriate location. Our front office staff will be happy to complete a quick registration process once you arrive.
We understand the importance of your privacy and rest during your stay. If you would like to limit the visitors you receive, you may choose from the following options during your registration process:
"Yes publicity" means that we will release your room number and telephone number to friends and family who contact us.
"No publicity" means that no information may be released to anyone.
We ask that you leave valuables at home or send them home with relatives. We are not liable for the loss or damage of any electronics, money, credit cards, jewelry, glasses, dentures, documents, clothing, or any other articles missing unless deposited with us for safekeeping. A safe is provided in the security department should you require one.
Very few personal items are needed during your stay. Hospital gowns and pajama bottoms are provided. However, you may wish to bring your own pajamas or gown, bathrobe, slippers, and personal toiletry articles such as a razor, shaving cream, deodorant, cosmetics, shampoo, toothbrush, and toothpaste. If you have forgotten any of these items, most are available in the gift shop which is located on the first floor.
Be certain to follow all of the instructions provided by your doctor's office. This includes abstaining from food or drink if directed to do so. Failure to follow these instructions could delay your procedure and unnecessarily prolong your hospital stay. If your procedure is surgical, your doctor may have scheduled a meeting with our PACE program.
Your physician may have requested that you have certain tests prior to your arrival. If you have the results of these tests, please bring them with you.
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