We provide comprehensive health care services to Hillsboro and surrounding communities.

FAQs

Patient and Visitor Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re a patient at Tuality Healthcare, or visiting a friend or loved one in the hospital, you may have questions about your visit. That’s why we’ve provided answers to some of your frequently asked questions.

For Patients

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What information should I bring to the hospital?

Patients should bring the following information when registering:

  • Insurance card
  • Medicare/Medicaid card
  • Name and Social Security number of insured
  • Referral forms from your physician (if required by your insurance carrier)
  • Referral/Order guidelines
  • Worker’s compensation information (if applicable)
  • Driver’s license
  • Co-pay or deductible
  • Pre-admission form (if not previously submitted)
  • Advance Directives »

Can I fill out my paperwork before I get to the hospital?

Yes. Many hospital forms are available online and may be printed and completed prior to your arrival.

Will my insurance cover services at Tuality Healthcare?

We accept over 200 health plans, including: Aetna, Cigna, First Choice Health PPO, First Health Network, Great-West Healthcare, Health Net, Lifewise, Managed Healthcare Northwest, Medicare, ODS, Oregon Health Plan, PacifiCare, PacificSource, PHCS, Providence Health Plans, Regence BCBS, TRIWEST, Tuality Health Alliance and United Healthcare. Check with your insurance company to make sure they cover Tuality Healthcare.

How can I get a copy of my medical records?

You can obtain a copy of your medical records by downloading and filling out an Authorization to Obtain & Disclose Medical Records form.

Learn more about accessing your medical records »

Mail completed forms to:

  • Tuality Community Hospital - ROI
    335 SE 8th Avenue
    Hillsboro, OR 97123

For Visitors

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What are Tuality’s patient visiting hours?

Tuality offers an open visiting policy. To allow patients adequate rest, visitors are encouraged to visit between 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. After 9 p.m., visitors must enter the hospital through the Emergency Department entrance and obtain a visitor pass.

Are children allowed to visit patients at Tuality’s Hospitals?

Yes, as long as an adult accompanies them.

How can I find out the condition of a patient in the hospital?

Call Patient Information at 503-681-1111.

What are the rules for visiting the Family Birth Unit?

The Family Birth Unit has some specific guidelines to ensure a quiet and safe place to have a baby.

Labor & Delivery:

  • Each patient is allowed up to three visitors during labor and delivery, at the request of the patient.
  • Visitors under 12 years old must be supervised by an adult.
  • The number of visitors can be changed at any time at the discretion of the care team.

Following Delivery:

  • Patients may determine how many visitors they would like to have at any one time.
  • Patients may request quiet hours to allow for rest or bonding with the newborn.
  • Visitors under 12 years old must be supervised by an adult.
  • The patient’s designated support person will be issued a special arm band and may visit at any time, day or night.
  • The number of visitors can be changed at any time at the discretion of the care team.

What are the rules for visiting Critical Care?

The Tuality Healthcare ICU has an open visitation policy and we keep our unit accessible to family, friends and support persons, day and night. We recognize their role in the healing of our patients—it is vital.

First Time Visitors

If this is your first time visiting, please use the phone located in the ICU waiting area to call for entry access.  You'll be greeted at the door by a nurse.

Previous Visitors

If you have previously visited the ICU and know the room you are visiting, please let yourself in using the push button. 

All Visitors

  • Do not visit if you are sick.
  • Wash your hands before entering the ICU.
  • Visiting hours are flexible and subject to the discretion of the patient’s nurse.
  • Please limit the number of visitors to two at any time, unless special arrangements are made with the nurse.
  • Children under 12 years old are allowed only if special arrangements are made with the nurse.
  • Cards and pictures are welcome; no flowers, plants or balloons permitted in the ICU.
  • The number of visitors can be changed at any time at the discretion of the care team.