About Your Day

From the time a patient is admitted until he or she is discharged, the daily routine varies depending on what brings him or her to University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center.

Medical Rounds

Once each day, your doctor will meet with you to assess your health, report information, make plans and answer your questions.

RN Coordinator Visits

Once each weekday, your RN coordinator will stop by to discuss your progress and answer questions. Family members are encouraged to participate in these discussions as partners in care.

Patient Experience Coordinator Visits

Once each day, the patient experience coordinator will visit to make certain that your stay at UH Geauga Medical Center is exceeding your expectations, answer questions and address any concerns you may have.

Patient Care Rounds

Usually once each hour, a nurse or assistant will come into your room to check on you, take vital signs, inquire about your pain, offer assistance, etc.

Promoting a Quiet, Restful Environment

At UH Geauga Medical Center, we are focused on promoting a quiet, restful sleep environment throughout the night. Each evening, “quiet time” will begin at 10 p.m. Lights in the corridors will be dimmed, and your door may be closed at your request. Ear plugs and sleep masks are available from your nurse. Some noises – such as cardiac monitors, IV pumps, call lights and other equipment – are unavoidable in a hospital, but our nurses will make every effort to keep such noises to a minimum. If you are disturbed, please let your nurse know so the situation can be addressed.

If you are in a double room, we ask that you be considerate of the needs for rest, quiet and privacy of your roommate.

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