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Patient Guide


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Accepted Health Plans

For a list of accepted health plans, please click here

Opt out of Health Information Exchange (HIE)

To fill out an online form to opt out of the health information exchange, click here. To print this form and submit in person, click here.

Commitment to Patient Safety

Creating a safe environment is a top priority by all stakeholders who influence patient care delivery at all Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) facilities. Our goal is to foster sharing of knowledge and information about optimal patient safety practices and models; to identify causes and influence change in systems to prevent errors and accidents, and to convene hospital medical staff and employees for ongoing dialogue in support of patient safety improvements.

Patient Safety

Each patient is responsible for notifying the facility or clinic of suggestions to improve patient safety, perceived risks in his/her care and unexpected changes in patient’s condition. TRHS’s goal is to provide a safe environment for our patients and families. If you have a safety concern, it can be reported to The Joint Commission:

Seguridad del paciente

El paciente es responsable de notificar al centro o la clinica las sugerencias para mejorar la seguridad del paciente, los riesgos percibidos en su atenci6n y los cambios imprevistos en la condición del paciente. Si usted tiene una preocupación de seguridad, puede ser reportada a La Comisión Conjunta:

Guidelines for Your Hospital Stay

Whether you are being admitted to the hospital for an illness or injury, or have planned a hospital stay for surgery or testing, being in the hospital can be an overwhelming experience for you and your family.  But, no matter your level of anxiety or concern, there are a number of things you can do to participate in your care to help achieve the health care outcomes you desire. Please click on the link below to access our Guide to Guest Services

How Are We Doing?

If while visiting any Southwell facility you have quality of care or safety concerns please notify the patient representative at (229) 353-CARE (2273).  A nursing house supervisor can be reached at 229-353-2840. If concerns cannot be resolved through the hospital, click here to contact the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. You may also contact the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Office of Regulatory Services, at 1-800-878-6442.