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What to Bring  

 

Identification

Patients will be asked to produce photo identification (ID) upon registration. Please bring two pieces of ID with you for your visit. Accepted forms of ID are:

  • Your Ministry of Health Card
  • Your red-and-white health card (without photo) accompanied by government issued identification such as Drivers Licence or Passport.

If you do not have a government issued ID, student cards, employee cards, or photo bus passes will be accepted. Patients without photo ID will still be registered and receive care, however presentation of photo ID whenever possible will help us keep you and your loved ones safe!

 

Insurance
Along with your Ministry of Health Card please bring proof of any hospital insurance you may carry.

 

Personal Items
You will need to bring slippers, or shoes and socks, a robe, nightgown or pajamas, and toilet articles such as toothbrush and paste, shaving equipment, etc. 

  • You may want to bring reading material
  • You may bring a book or toy for your child, however, for safety reasons please don't bring toys that work with friction or that spark
  • Please don't bring food, candy, or drinks because proper diet is important during their hospital stay.

Medications
Please bring all medications that you are taking, including inhalers, etc., along with a current and up-to-date list of any other medications you may be using.

 

What Not to Bring

 

Electrical Appliances
Please don't bring plug-in appliances. If necessary, contact the Maintenance Department (ext. 3496) to approve the appliance for use in the hospital.

 

Valuables
If at all possible, don't bring valuables with you. Except for a small amount of spending money at your bedside, you can deposit other money and valuables with the Cashier’s Office for safekeeping. These will be returned to you upon discharge. The hospital will not be responsible for money or valuables not placed in safekeeping.

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