When you arrive at Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center, we want your stay to be as easy and comfortable as possible. Your first step before any inpatient or outpatient procedure is to visit our admitting department. Our team of knowledgeable registrars can help you complete the necessary forms while answering any questions you may have.
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Admitting Department Locations & Hours
|Hospital Main Lobby
Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
What should I bring?
You may want to bring the following items for your stay: insurance card, current medications, sleepwear, robe, slippers, grooming items (toothbrush, comb), glasses and glasses case, contacts and containers, dentures and containers. Please mark all personal items with your name in case they are misplaced. Even though our hospital professionals will take every reasonable precaution with personal belongings, Huntersville Medical Center cannot be responsible for loss or damage of personal items.
Should I bring valuables?
Please leave all valuables, including jewelry and cash, at home. If you accidentally bring them to the hospital, they can be stored in the hospital safe. If you have any security concerns, or observe suspicious behavior, please contact the hospital operator by dialing zero and a security officer will be notified immediately.
Will I need to give consent for treatment?
During admission, you will be asked to sign a Conditions of Admission form to grant Huntersville Medical Center permission to treat you and to release medical information concerning your treatment to the insurance company.
Patient Rights and Responsibilities
What happens if I am unable to make my own decisions about the care I would like to receive?
Prior to your hospital admittance, you should complete what is known as an Advance Directive. This legal document will help your doctors and loved ones make important decisions about your health should you be unable to speak for yourself.
Included in an Advance Directive is:
- A written description of the medical care you would or would not want in the future if you are unable to speak for yourself. This description should be based on your values and what is important to you.
- The name of someone who will make healthcare decisions for you if you cannot make them for yourself.
An Advance Directive is also known by the following terms:
- Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare (DPAHC)
- Declaration of Physicians (Natural Death Act)
- Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST)
- Living Will
Medical Care Decisions
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