Patient & Visitor Information
We appreciate your confidence in us, and we take
our mission seriously to provide Christ-like healing to the community through
education, treatment and health services.
St. Bernards Medical Center is the healthcare destination for families in
Jonesboro and the surrounding areas. Today, St. Bernards Medical Center is a
major referral hospital offering advanced technology and medical services across
four centers of excellence: Heartcare,
Women's and Children's Services,
and Senior Services.
St. Bernards invests significant resources to bring advanced services, treatments and surgery techniques to our local patients.
Pre-Admission Testing (PAT) is your first step to a stress-free hospital experience.
This small effort will not only put you at ease about your upcoming procedure, it
will also help avoid delays on the day of your admission. During your PAT appointment,
a Nurse will perform a physical evaluation, obtain your medical history and note any
allergies. They will also answer any questions you may have and provide you with information
about your procedure. Any laboratory work and imaging reports are completed or obtained from
another physician in advance of your scheduled admission. Click to learn more
HealthLine can help you find a family doctor, register for classes, get health information and much more. One call
is all it takes. Call 931-5055
Prayer services for all patients, families and friends are offered daily by
those serving in the Pastoral Care Department and various area ministers.
Chapel hours are 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
If you do not have health insurance coverage, you may qualify
for financial assistance. St.
Bernards has a program to assist qualified, uninsured, low-income patients with
payment of hospital bills. For more information, please ask any St. Bernards
Admissions Representative or call a Financial Counselor at 870-207-7227
To download the Financial Assistance Application Form click here
Mail completed application to:
St. Bernards Medical Center
P.O. Box 1713
Jonesboro, AR, 72403-1713
For billing questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In keeping with our mission, St. Bernards provides a wide variety of community
programs to promote health and wellness and to prevent disease. Examples range
from prenatal education to free screening and community seminars.
Through community outreach and collaboration with various agencies, St.
Bernards strives to extend the benefits of good health to citizens in its
service population. For more information, call St. Bernards HealthLine at 931-5055.
For $5, any patient, visitor or guest can drive their vehicle to the valet parking podium located at the Admissions
entrance, pay the fee and leave their keys with the valet attendant. The vehicle will be moved to a small parking
location on Cobb Street. Then, when the driver is ready to leave, they simply return to the valet area and let
the staff know they are ready for the vehicle. An attendant will retrieve the vehicle and bring it back to the
valet parking area in front of Admissions.
The service will be available from 7am-5pm in the on weekdays.
St. Bernards promotes the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations’ National Patient Safety Goals for 2003:
- Improve the accuracy of patient identification.
- Improve the effectiveness of communication among caregivers.
- Improve the safety of using high-alert medications.
- Eliminate wrong-site, wrong-patient and wrong-procedure surgery.
- Improve the safety of using infusion pumps.
- Improve the effectiveness of clinical alarm systems.
St. Bernards adopted the SPEAK UP initiative, also from the Joint Commission,
to promote active participation by our patients, their family or advocate in
safety awareness. Components are:
- Speak up if you don’t understand.
- Pay attention to the care you are receiving.
- Educate yourself about your diagnosis and treatment.
- Ask another individual to be your advocate.
- Know what medications you take and why you take them.
- Use a hospital approved by an organization such as JCAHO.
- Participate in all decisions about your treatment.