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Griffin Hospital is a 160-bed acute care community hospital with a critical care unit and three medical medical/surgical inpatient care units for patients with a wide range of diagnoses and medical needs.

As the flagship hospital for Planetree, Griffin Hospital is an international leader in patient-centered care and has received national recognition for creating a facility and approach to patient care that is responsive to the needs of patients and caregivers. Many healthcare facilities around the world send visitors to Griffin Hospital and incorporate our patient-centered concepts into their inpatient healthcare models.

We encourage you to be actively involved in your care, and want you to feel comfortable asking any questions that you may have. Once you are admitted to Griffin Hospital, we will hold a Patient Care Conference with you at some point during the first two days of your hospital stay. Your primary nurse and attending physician will meet with you (and your family, if they are available) to discuss your treatment and share information to better coordinate your care.

Please do not hesitate to speak to your nurse if you want to review your medical record/chart, or if you have any questions regarding your room, meals, or any other aspect of your stay with us.

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About Your Discharge

Your doctor will determine when you are well enough to go home. In preparing to leave, we suggest you arrange for a family member or friend to pick you up. Your room needs to be thoroughly cleaned before another patient can be admitted. Therefore, it is imperative that every effort be made to leave at the designated discharge time.

Caregiver & Discharge Education