Useful Information for Patients & Relatives
Visiting Hours Are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Front doors of the hospital are locked at 8:30 pm daily.
Please use the Emergency Department Entrance if you’re trying to access the hospital after 8:30 pm.
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ADA (American with Disabilities Act) Accessibility
Delta County Memorial Hospital is committed to making deltahospital.org compliant with the American with Disabilities Act. If you have a disability and the format of any material on our website or on our social media platforms interferes with your ability to access some information email us. Your request will be referred to the appropriate department. The department will respond to you and provide you with an alternate format of the requested material. To help us respond effectively, indicate the nature of the accessibility problem, your preferred format (electronic format, ASCII, standard print, large print, etc.), the web address of the requested material, and your full contact information so we can reach you if questions arise while fulfilling your request.
Hospitalization can be stressful for patients and their families. Occasions may arise when you need someone other than the medical or nursing staff to speak to. If you have a question, problem or concern about your stay, Delta County Memorial Hospital has a Patient Advocate available to listen and help resolve your issues.
A Patient Advocate works with patients and their family members to make certain they are satisfied with the services provided by DCMH. The advocate will handle your concerns in a respectful and confidential manner. If you have concerns regarding services received as an inpatient, in the emergency department or in any of the clinics associated with Delta County Memorial Hospital, please contact the advocate.
The Advocate speaks on behalf of patients to department managers or the administration team with the goal of improving patient satisfaction and the quality of care provided throughout the organization. If at any time you have questions, concerns or a complaint about the care or service provided, we encourage you to promptly bring it to our attention by contacting the advocate at 970.874.2287 or by filing a formal grievance by filling out this Grievance form online or downloading and bringing in this Grievance Form.
We would also like to encourage you to become involved in your healthcare here at DCMH.
Here are a few tips for taking charge of your health:
- Speak up if you have questions or concerns. If you don’t understand, ASK again. It’s your body and you have the right to know.
- Pay attention to the care you are receiving. Make sure you’re getting the right treatments and medications by the right healthcare professionals. Don’t assume anything.
- Educate yourself about your diagnosis and the medical tests you are undergoing and make sure you understand your treatment plan.
- Ask a trusted family member or friend to accompany you to your hospital or clinic visits. Know what medications you take and why you take them. Medication errors are the most common healthcare mistakes.
- Participate in all decisions about your treatment. You are the center of the healthcare team.
We can’t make improvements alone. We need your feedback, whether that is through patient surveys, letters, emails, or telephone calls. We encourage you to be involved in resolving issues regarding your own care, treatment, and services. To express concerns, complaints and/or a grievance you can contact us via mail, e-mail, or telephone.
The Patient Advocate can be reached by calling 970.874.2287 or by filling out this Grievance form online: