Dedicated to Your Care
Your attending physician has primary responsibility for your care and will supervise all tests, medications and consultations. If you were not under the care of a physician affiliated with Corona Regional Medical Center when you were admitted to the hospital, an attending physician will be assigned to you.
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The nursing staff at Corona Regional Medical Center is committed to providing comprehensive care to all patients, all of whom requires different levels of personal attention and skill. You will be assigned a registered nurse who will coordinate a thorough nursing assessment, plan of care and continuous monitoring of your health status throughout your hospitalization. Other caregivers, under the direction of the registered nurse, will be assigned to care for you. A nurse manager is responsible for directing and coordinating nursing care on each unit. Please feel free to contact your nurse or the nurse manager if you have questions or concerns.
Corona Regional Medical Center has several volunteer clergy from the community who can be contacted at your request. Please contact Patient Relations at 951-736-6217 for more information. Lay people who have special training are also available to help. Your priest, minister, or rabbi is always welcome to visit you while you are here.
The hospital maintains a staff of full-time registered dietitians and dietetic technicians to meet your dietary needs during your stay. A dietitian or dietetic technician may visit you shortly after admission to discuss your nutritional needs and food preferences.
Social workers are assigned to each patient care area and are trained to help patients and family members deal with financial, social and emotional problems that relate to illness or hospitalization. Members of the department work with you and your family with concerns related to your illness and are involved in discharge planning. To speak with a social worker, you, your family and your physician or nurse should call the Case Management Department at 951-736-6294.
Your room is cleaned daily by a member of the housekeeping staff. If there is a housekeeping problem in your room, tell your nurse, and it will be taken care of as soon as possible.
Volunteers contribute many hours of service and financial assistance to the hospital. They supplement the services of the hospital staff in many ways and can be identified by their blue jackets with a "Volunteer" monogram and name tags. Among the many services they provide, they can: deliver books and magazines to you from the volunteer library, deliver your purchases from the gift shop, or accompany you to the courtyard, meditation room, or gift shop. If you need a volunteer's help or know of a patient who may appreciate a friendly visit, call 951-736-6217.
Patient Escort Service
The Patient Escort Service will accompany and transport you to and from any tests or procedures to be performed outside of the unit.
The Concierge and Information Desk is located in the main lobby near the main entrance to the hospital.
During your stay you may be visited by other healthcare professionals, including technicians, technologists and therapists. In addition, The Corona Regional Medical Center family includes many behind-the-scenes workers, such as accountants, engineers, secretaries, food service workers and others who contribute greatly toward your well-being while you are here.