Your physician is responsible for ordering tests and coordinating your care while you are in the hospital. There are over 50 physicians on the staff at Warren General Hospital, representing over 20 medical and surgical specialties.
Please note: The majority of physicians will bill separately from the hospital. If you have questions regarding a bill received from your physician, you must contact the physician’s office directly.
Our team of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nursing assistants are responsible for your medical and personal needs, 24 hours a day. Many of our nurses are certified in specific fields and maintain expertise in using state-of-the-art technology to help improve your stay at the hospital.
Social Workers offer help and counseling for any health-related problems inpatients and outpatients of Warren General Hospital experience. The Social Service Department accepts referrals from members of the health care team including physicians and nurses, as well as from the patient, family member or other interested parties. Social workers will assist the patient and/or family with any necessary referrals and will coordinate various discharge planning arrangements such as home care and nursing home placement.
Your physician may order a physical, occupational, or speech therapy consultation during your stay in the hospital. Should your physician prescribe therapy, a licensed therapist will evaluate your need for treatment and develop an appropriate plan of care. Our therapy teams will then work with you to optimize your function, enabling you to be as independent and safe as possible at the time of your discharge from the hospital.
Warren General Hospital believes that total patient care demands attention be given to the spiritual, as well as the physical and emotional needs of each patient. Our hospital chaplain is available to assist you, whatever your religious tradition.
Patient Accounts is located on the second floor, near Administration.. Patient Accounts representatives can answer questions about you hospital bill and help you interpret financial policies and billing procedures at the hospital.
There are many types of volunteers at Warren General Hospital. You may have contact with the Red Coats who will escort you, the Junior Volunteer, in the green shirt, who delivers your flowers, or the volunteer in the aqua smock who directs you. Other volunteers, such as members of the Board of Directors, who form the governing body of the hospital, remain behind the scenes.
We are proud of each one of the men, women, and young people who dedicate nearly 40,000 hours of service each year as volunteers at Warren General Hospital.