Your Cabell Huntington Hospital team of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals is committed to providing high quality health care. Excellent service is at the heart of the care we deliver. During your hospital stay, we will do our best to meet your healthcare needs, keep you and your family informed of your care and respond to your concerns and complaints quickly. We will also work to respect your privacy, include you in decisions about your health care and answer any questions you may have. Please tell us how we’re doing. If we can help you in any way, do not hesitate to ask.
Because Cabell Huntington Hospital is a teaching institution, your physician team may include many qualified resident physicians and medical students from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. You will find your admitting doctor's name on your hospital bracelet.
Your nursing staff includes specially-trained RNs, LPNs and assistants/aides. You may also be visited by nursing students, including those from the Marshall University School of Nursing and the Cabell County Vocational/Technical School and others.
Many tests and/or procedures during your hospital stay will be provided to you by our well-qualified technicians and therapists in radiology, laboratory, rehabilitation services, respiratory, etc.
The comfort of Pastoral Care is available to you and your family 24 hours a day. Requesting a visit is easy. Let your nurse know you would like a pastoral visit or call ext. 2049.
Our registered dietitians monitor your nutritional needs and provide instruction to patients who have been prescribed special diets by their physicians. Special meal requests for ethnic or religious reasons should be submitted to the dietitians at extensions
The inpatient pharmacy provides pharmaceutical care for all patients. Our staff provides a variety of clinical, pharmaceutical and educational services as well as a robust distributive program. We use state-of-the-art technology to provide medications that are packaged individually with bar codes for electronic verification. This system helps ensure that every patient receives the correct medication every time.
A member of the Housekeeping staff will clean your room daily. Housekeeping wants to make certain you are very satisfied with the cleanliness of the hospital. Call ext. 2034 should you need to contact Housekeeping.
Many local citizens volunteer their time and caring spirit to our hospital. They operate the Gift Shop, information desk, surgery and intensive care waiting areas, the cafeteria coffee cart and the flower room, and they handle your mail, deliver flowers and can bring you magazines and books. For assistance, call ext. 2111.
(Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.).
If you have questions, concerns or compliments, we want to hear them. In addition to your nursing staff, there are other resources available to you:
Ask to speak to either of them.
Contact your unit's nurse manager whose extension is posted in your room. On off-shifts and during the weekend, call ext. 2253 for the nursing supervisor.
Call ext. 2273
Contact us at www.cabellhuntington.org. If an issue is not resolved to your satisfaction, you have the right to contact the Joint Commission.
Office of Quality Monitoring, JC
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181