Admissions & Discharge
When you arrive for your visit at ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital, know where you need to go and what you need to have with you. And when you’re ready to leave the hospital, we’ve got more helpful information for you.
Hospital Pricing Information
Hospital pricing and payment can be topics of concern for many patients. We at ProMedica are committed to communicating with you in advance so that you know what to expect when it comes to the cost of services. Our pricing specialist can review your insurance benefits for the services your doctor has ordered to provide you with an estimate of your final bill. We have provided hospital pricing for the most common healthcare services at ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital for your convenience. Because what you owe can vary due to your insurance and other factors, we encourage you to complete the patient pricing request form at the link below or call our hospital pricing hotline at 517-279-5327 to request estimated prices for specific tests or procedures at ProMedica.
How do you get there? Get driving directions to ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital.
Where do you park? Park in any non-reserved spot in our lots. Handicapped accessible spots are available close to the entrances.
Where do you go? From the main entrance, proceed to the information desk. Our volunteers will direct you to where you need to go and help you start your paperwork.
What do you need to bring to be admitted? Bring your photo ID, an insurance card, and anything that’s essential to your daily function (glasses, hearing aids, etc). Also bring a change of clothes for when you return home.
When are you able to leave the hospital? Your doctor carefully watches your health after your procedure, surgery, or other treatments. When you’ve made enough progress to continue healing at home or in another facility, you'll be discharged.
A discharge planner will work with your doctors and nurses to assess your medical needs. If needed, your planner will help you arrange any appropriate continuing care services, such as dialysis, home health care, rehabilitation therapy, or wound care.
Please remember to take any of your personal belongings with you when you leave.
What if you need someone to drive you home? Depending on your procedure, you may not be able to drive yourself home. If you do not have a way to get home, ask your nurse or discharge planner to help you arrange transportation.