Weiser Memorial Hospital employees and health care providers will show you respect, maintain your dignity and make you feel as comfortable as possible while you are receiving care from us.
Good health care is a partnership. You can help by providing accurate and timely information to your health care providers, asking questions, and following your individualized care plan. We want you and your family to make informed choices about your plan of care.
Information about you and your care will be kept completely confidential (private). Your medical records are private and only you or other authorized people or agencies are allowed to see them. You have the right to see your medical records. To see your records, you will need to give us a request in writing. It may take a day or two for us to make your medical records available.
The Weiser Memorial Hospital staff including the administrative team, physicians, and clinical staff are highly committed and actively engaged in ensuring a safe quality experience with our patients while under our care.
Weiser Memorial Hospital strives for excellence by voluntarily participating in the National Patient Safety Goals Project for Critical Access Hospitals, voluntary reporting to the Idaho Hospital Association and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
In addition, ongoing education and partnerships with leading regional hospitals assists our staff in maintaining competency, expertise and opportunities for furthering education. As an organization we value teamwork and collaboration, not only with each other but with our families and patients. In fact, family involvement is critical to the recovery of our patients. We highly encourage open communication between family and staff to assist in care planning and meeting the needs of the patient.
Weiser Memorial Hospital has a mission of Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
This mission promotes a work environment where our staff continually looks for opportunities to do things better. We welcome all suggestions and feedback, both positive and negative, as critical opportunities to improve patient safety. Standards of practice , guidelines for care, and continuous medical research is the foundation for best practice and our roadmap to safe patient care.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to care for you or your loved one, we are here to serve.
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NOTICE TO PATIENTS
Weiser Memorial Hospital and Family Medical Center serves all patients regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered depending upon family size and income. You may apply for a discount at the admissions desk. Thank you.
WEISER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HAVE ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING POLICIES FOR CHARGES FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
We will charge persons receiving health services at the usual and customary rate prevailing in this area. Health services will be provided at no charge, or at a reduced charge, to persons unable to pay for services. In addition, persons will be charged for services to the extent that payment will be made by a third party authorized or under legal obligation to pay the charges.
We will not discriminate against any person receiving health services because of their inability to pay for the services, or because payment for the health service will be made under Part A or B of Title XVIII (“Medicare”) or Title XIX (“Medicaid”) of the Social Security Act.
We will accept assignment under the Social Security Act for all services for which payment may be made under Part B of Title XVIII (“Medicare”) of the Act.
We have an agreement with the State agency which administers the State plan for medical assistance under Title XIX (Medicaid”) of the Social Security Act to provide services to persons entitled to medical assistance under the plan.
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