Health & Safety

September 4, 2015

Appointment cancellation? Be sure to call It In! Don’t be an appointment “No Show”

NoshowBox1What happens when you’re a No-Show for an appointment? A valuable service is wasted – service that could benefit another member of the community, or even your loved ones.

If you need to cancel an appointment, call ahead at (866) 957-9224, so your appointment can be given to another patient. Remember that if you miss an appointment, the community loses three appointments – the appointment you should have had, the appointment you need to reschedule, and the appointment that someone else could have had in your absence.

Please note: The Weed Army Community Hospital asks all of our patients to arrive 10 minutes before their scheduled appointment. This allows them to be screened and ready for the provider at the appointment time. If you arrive late, you may be asked if you are able to wait until the provider has a chance to see you later in the day.

By being late, you run the risk of having to reschedule your appointment for a later date.

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