For nearly 50 years, Chandler Regional Medical Center has provided compassionate, quality health care to our community. While our technology and medical expertise remain on the forefront of innovation, our role as a caring, dedicated member of this community remains the same. We will always be there when you need us most.
PATIENT & VISITOR INFORMATION
CarePages are free, personal, private Web pages that help family and friends communicate when someone is receiving care in our hospital.
Welcome to the Medical Services page. Please browse our content to find items of interest. This is a complete list of all the medical services currently offered at Chandler Regional Medical Center.
Chandler Regional Medical Center is a 225-bed, acute care, not-for-profit community hospital providing innovative and exceptional healthcare to East Valley residents. Services offered include cardiovascular, emergency care, maternal child services, wound healing, cancer treatment, diabetes treatment, and diagnostic services, among others. The hospital is part of Catholic Healthcare West (CHW), one of the largest healthcare systems in the West with 40 hospitals in Arizona, California and Nevada.
During your stayWhat to Bring
Please bring only the minimum essentials with you. If you are anticipating an overnight stay you may bring personal toilet articles and containers for storing health aids (eye glasses, contact lenses, hearing devices, etc.). Personal articles may be stored in the drawer of your bedside table. Limit your extra clothing to a comfortable dressing gown or pajamas, a robe and slippers.
Please bring your insurance card and/or insurance billing information. Your Advance Directive for Healthcare can be included in your medical record, if you wish.
What Not To Bring
Please do not bring actual medications to the hospital unless instructed to do so by your physician. All medications required to treat your illness will be carefully dispensed by the hospital pharmacists and administered by nurses. Please bring a list of medications you are presently taking. Due to fire and safety regulation, this hospital prohibits patients and their visitors from bringing any electrical appliances into the hospital including electrically powered radios, televisions, razors and hair dryers.
What to Expect
You will be asked to sign the required Condition of Admission form. Parents or legal guardians must sign for children under 18 years old.
You will receive information regarding your rights and responsibilities as a patient.
If you have questions regarding payment, we have financial advisors on-site to assist you.
Public Safety Officers are on duty at all times. They are available to provide escorts to vehicles on request. If you ever feel unsafe or see something suspicious, alert an employee and Public Safety will be contacted.
Social and personal problems can be handled with the help of Social Services. They can be contacted at 480.728.3828
The Environmental Services staff is responsible for providing a clean and antiseptic environment for patients. All patient care areas are cleaned daily or as needed.
Cards, flowers, candy, plush toys, baby items, slippers, sundries and much more are sold in the Gift Shop. All proceeds support hospital programs. The Gift Shop is located on the first floor and is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. The Gift Shop is closed on holidays.
Mail, Newspapers and Flowers
Mail may be addressed to you at the hospital address. Mail is delivered daily except on weekends. Any mail delivered after your discharge will be forwarded to your home address. Please encourage use of your full name to assure accurate delivery.
Newspapers are available in the Gift Shop or may be delivered to your room upon request.
Flowers are delivered to patient rooms as soon as they arrive. Flowers are not allowed in the intensive care units. They will be sent home with your family/friend or held for you until you are transferred to a nursing unit.
Patient rooms can be reached from outside of the hospital by dialing the ten-digit telephone number assigned to the room or by calling the hospital switchboard at 480.728.3000
To reach the switchboard while in the hospital, dial "0".
To place a local call from your room: dial 9, wait for a dial tone; dial the number.
To place a long distance call from your room: an outside operator will assist you. Dial 9-0-Area Code-Number. These calls must be collect or billed to your credit card or to your home number.
Inside of hospital: You may dial the extension number directly.
Chandler Regional Medical Center is a tobacco free campus. Please refrain from consuming any tobacco products anywhere on the campus, including the parking areas. If you or a loved one would like to quit smoking, please contact the Arizona Smokers Helpline at 1.800.556.6222 or visit www.ashline.org.
Chandler Regional Medical Center provides nutrition assessment, evaluation, counseling and personalized diet instructions for patients. Patient meals are served daily during the following times:
Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lunch: Noon - 1:15 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Visitors may call the Dietary Department at 480.728.3708 to order a guest tray that will be delivered to the patient's room.
You are advised against bringing a large amount of money or other valuables to the hospital. Chandler Regional Medical Center cannot assume responsibility for loss of any items while at the hospital. Please bring your insurance cards with you, however, as they are necessary for billing purposes.
If you need an interpreter, please ask your nurse or other hospital personnel. Sign language interpreters, if required, are also available upon request.
Spiritual Care Services
The healing of the whole person physically, psychologically and spiritually is important to us. A chaplain is available to minister to any spiritual concerns you may have.
A chaplain may be contacted 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist patients and families with the following:
- Coping with fears and concerns
- Listening and praying
- Contacting the patient's faith group or support system
- Facilitating the grieving process
- Consultations about Advance Directives (living will and medical power of attorney)
- Support during consultations about end-of-life issues
- Ethical consultations
Notify your nurse if you wish to talk with the chaplain or dial "0" and ask for Chaplain Services. You may also contact the chaplain directly at 480.728.5650. Our chapel is open to you 24 hours a day.
Advance Health Care Directive Information Pamphlets
Additional information is available upon request. Simply ask your nurse to notify Social Services or Spiritual Care Services to assist you with this document. If you already have an Advance Health Care Directive, please bring a copy with you. If you would like to complete an Advance Health Care Directive contact Spiritual Services. for Advanced Directive frequently asked questions and a copy of our form.
We understand that you want to be able to visit your loved ones when it's convenient for you. Therefore, the hospital is open to visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Howerever, for your privacy, the Intensive Care Unit is closed during change of shift from 6 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. as well as during patient care multidisciplinary rounds from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
ATM's are located on the first floor in the main lobby and in the cafeteria on the lower level.
Volunteers are people who give of their time, without expectation of pay, to assist with patient and nonpatient care in medical facilities. Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) volunteers work at Chandler Regional Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, and within our Urgent Care centers in Ahwatukee, Gilbert and Queen Creek. All volunteer efforts add to the comfort and satisfaction of patients, staff and visitors.