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<November 2017>
Clinton Public Hospital Auxiliary Gift of Lights
Clinton Public Hospital - Front Porch / 6:30 pm with Entertainment by Audibly Awesome and Light Refreshments / Purchase a light at the Gift Shop or from any Auxiliary Member in memory of a loved one or in support of a person, or cause, near and dear to you
Blood Donor Clinic - Stratford
1:00 pm to 7:30 pm / Christian Reformed Church
The hyoid bone, in your throat, is the only bone in the body not attached to another bone.
Your Hospital Stay
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Pet (Animal) Visits
Photo I.D.
Spiritual Care
Trillium Gift of Life - Organ & Tissue Donation
Patient Safety
Visiting Guidelines
Leaving The Hospital
Services & Guidelines
Patient & Family Handbooks
Patient & Family Experience
Kids' Corner
Find a Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner
Connecting the Dots for Family Caregivers

Bedside Whiteboard

Whiteboards communicate care plans to health care providers, patients and families. Additional information, such as our Discharge Letter and Home First information are attached to your whiteboard to assist with our goal that all patients receive the ‘right care' in the ‘right location'.

Social Media & Photos/Videos/Audio Recordings

Social Media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are a great way to keep connected to your family and friends. For the comfort and privacy of other patients and staff, please don't take or share pictures, videos or audio recordings without their permission.

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You may arrange to have a telephone at your bedside if you wish. Please note there is a cost involved and you will be required to provide a signature for authorization. Public pay phones are available. You may wish to bring a prepaid long distance telephone card.

Wireless Devices (Cell Phones, Laptops & Tablets)

These can be safely used in the main lobbies, cafeterias, hallways and most patient and visitor waiting rooms. Devices must be turned off in the following highly sensitive patient care areas: Critical Care, Special Care Nursery, Delivery Room, Surgical Suites, and in the Emergency Department.

Wireless Internet

Free Wi-Fi is available for patients and visitors who have their own laptop or Wi-Fi enabled device at any HPHA site. Connect to the “HPHAGuest” wireless network then open your Internet browser and read and accept the “Terms of Use”.