700 River Dr, Fort Bragg, CA (707) 961-1234
Mendocino Coast District Hospital (MCDH) is a 25-bed acute care facility licensed by the State of California Department of Health Services and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). MCDH provides emergency, inpatient and outpatient services, and healthcare education to prevent, manage and treat chronic and acute conditions.
To make a positive difference in the health of our rural community.
MCDH will play a vital role in the overall health and well-being of the community, and will be the key element in the healthcare system serving the needs of our community. We will provide leadership to enhance the efficiency, coordination, quality and range of services provided within our rural healthcare system.
MCDH will be the healthcare provider and employer of choice within our community. We will continually address and keep up with technology and superior clinical skills.
We will have a positive impact on health by encouraging personal and community responsibility for health and wellness. Our efforts will play a decisive role in people choosing to stay in our community or to locate here.
MCDH is committed to providing excellent quality, patient centered, cost effective health care in a caring, safe and professional environment, and serving the community's healthcare needs with current technology and superior clinical skills. We believe in the right to local access to a wide range of excellent quality healthcare services in our rural community. We promote patient safety and satisfaction, and consistently work toward a high level of care that results in our patients recommending us to others and in their returning to us for needed health care.
Every member of our healthcare team will play an active, participative role that effectively utilizes the skills and talents of each. People are our most valuable resource. We encourage professional development that will achieve a level of competence and morale that will attract and maintain the highest quality staff. We strive to build partnership with our employees emphasizing mutual respect and mutual success.
Your admission to Mendocino Coast District Hospital was requested by your physician who is a member of the hospital medical staff. During the admission process and throughout your stay, you may be asked many questions by our personnel. This information is necessary and we appreciate your cooperation as we work together as a team to make your stay as effective and comfortable as possible.
It is the policy of Mendocino Coast District Hospital to admit and to treat all patients without regard to race, color, national origin or handicap.
Consent Forms And Interpreter Services
Permission for treatment and surgeries must be signed by each patient or by next of kin. Parents or guardians must sign for minors. For non-English speaking patients, Mendocino Coast District Hospital will provide an interpreter, whenever possible. For information about interpreter services, you may ask a member of our nursing staff.
Mendocino Coast District Hospital does not assume responsibility for loss of or damage to valuables, clothing or other personal items. We strongly advise you to leave your valuables at home. If this is impossible, you should deposit such items in the hospital's safe. If you have dentures, eyeglasses or contact lenses, please keep them in a protective container when not in use. Mendocino Coast District Hospital is not responsible for loss or damage of these articles.
Mendocino Coast District Hospital supports the right of a patient to exercise responsibility in the health care decision making process. Federal law mandates that all adult patients admitted to Mendocino Coast District Hospital will be given information regarding current Advance Healthcare Directive for personal review. Hospital employees are not permitted to witness in writing the execution of an advance directive, nor are they permitted to discuss with a patient or a patient's family/friends issues or concerns beyond hospital policy or medical terminology.
If you did not bring your medications taken at home, have a family member bring them as soon as possible. We will make a list for your chart and have your nurse send them home with your family. Please do not take any of your own medications while in the hospital.
PATIENTS & VISITORS
- LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
- ADMISSION PROCESS
- BILLING INFORMATION
- COMPLAINT HOTLINE
- WHY CHOOSE US?
- FIND A PHYSICIAN
- AMBULANCE SERVICE
- DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
- EMERGENCY ROOM
- HEMATOLOGY & ONCOLOGY
- HOME HEALTH
- INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
- MEDICAL/SURGICAL SERVICES
- REHABILITATION SERVICES
- SURGICAL SERVICES