Your Visit to UH Elyria Medical Center
The following information is an overview of what to expect when visiting University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center. For questions or additional information, please call 440-329-7576.
What to Bring to UH Elyria
- Be sure to bring a complete physician's order:
- Name of test
- Diagnosis or reason for test
- Doctor’s signature and date
- Current insurance card(s)
- Driver’s license
- Credit card, cash or check for your deposit or insurance co-payment amounts
Note: Identity theft in the health care setting may compromise patient care and could create life-threatening situations. UH Elyria Medical Center takes patient safety very seriously and has an Identity Theft Program to protect our patients. For this reason, patients are expected to provide photo identification upon arrival for services. For patients without a photo ID, we may require either a photo or fingerprint be taken.
Pre-Registration at UH Elyria Medical Center
Pre-registration at UH Elyria Medical Center is allowed and encouraged. For pre-registration information, please call the central scheduling department at 440-329-7576 during regular business hours (Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.). Please bring your complete medical order and insurance cards(s) at the time of pre-registration and arrival.
Canceling and Rescheduling Appointments
To cancel or reschedule an appointment at UH Elyria Medical Center, call the central scheduling department at 440-329-7576. Please leave a message if it is after business hours. All messages will be returned within one business day.
Spiritual Care for Patients
At UH Elyria Medical Center, spiritual care is an important part of the healing process. Our chaplains are specially trained to help patients draw on the inner resources that foster hope and promote healing. It is the goal of the spiritual care department to engage the spiritual dimension of people, their beliefs, culture, values and religious practices for healing, well-being and growth. These basic foundations give meaning to life's joys and struggles, serve as a bright light guiding us on our individual paths and connect us with supportive communities.
Spiritual Care Department services are available to patients, families and staff.
The spiritual care department initiated the Community Outreach Committee to help connect employees with needs of the community. Our team also distributes Bibles, which are available upon request.
As part of the spiritual care department, Chaplains are available to help during a variety of times, including:
- When you are anxious
- When you receive upsetting news
- When you are facing difficult decisions
- When you are exploring a religious question
- When you are seeking the comfort of religious rituals and sacraments
- When you are wrestling with meaning of your illness
- When you are sad over a loss
- When you need someone who listens
- When you are seeking a prayer partner or spiritual guidance