Patient Support
Exceeding Your Expectations

Advance Health Care Directive
An Advance Health Care Directive is the best way to make sure that your wishes are known and considered if for any reason you are unable to speak for yourself. By completing a form called an "Advance Health Care Directive" California law allows you to do either or both of two things: First, you may appoint another person to be your "agent." This person (who may also be known as your "attorney-in-fact") will have legal authority to make decisions about your medical care if you become unable to make these decisions for yourself. Second, you may write down your wishes in the Advance Health Care Directive form—for example, a desire not to receive treatment that only prolongs the dying process if you are terminally ill. Your doctor and your agent must follow your lawful instructions. Even though you do not have to appoint a agent, the California Medical Association (CMA) recommends that you do so. Then there will be someone you trust to actively participate in the decisions surrounding your .

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment
(POLST) Form in English (pdf)
This following is a Spanish translation of the California POLST form. The translated form is for educational purposes only to be used when discussing a patient’s wishes documented on the POLST form. The signed POLST form must be in English so that emergency personnel can read and follow the orders. (POLST) Form in Spanish (pdf)

Medical Record Request
To request a copy of your medical records, please click on the link below to open the Authorization for the Use and Disclosure of Protected Health Information form.  Please download, print, and fill out the form and submit by fax or in person to the HDH Medical Records Department. For more information, please contact Diana Shaw at (707) 431-6475.
Medical Records Department FAX: (707) 431-6575

Medical Records Request Form (ENGLISH).pdf
Medical Records Request Form (ESPAÑOL).pdf

Case Manager / Social Worker
Your case manager or social worker is available to assist you with your discharge options and any financial concerns about your care. If you need their assistance, please ask your nurse. They are available only Monday through Friday.

Dietitians
The dietitian will be more than happy to discuss any concerns you have with your diet or provide you with education. Ask your nurse if you would like to speak with our Registered Dietitian.

Occupational Therapy
Your doctor may order Occupational Therapy to work on strength and coordination as well as increasing your independence with the activities of daily living such as grooming, dressing, bathing and toilet transfers. For more information on our inpatient occupational therapy services, please call the therapy office at (707) 431-6376

Physical Therapy
Your doctor may order physical therapy to work on strength, balance, coordination and endurance, as well as transfer and walking/wheelchair skills. For more information on our inpatient physical therapy services, please call the therapy office at (707) 431-6376

 

1375 University Avenue, Healdsburg, CA 95448
Main Number: (707) 431-6500
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