September 2021 - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Decatur Morgan Hospital has implemented a new visitation policy on all DMH campuses. For more information and details on visitation, please click the link below. Please check the Decatur Morgan Hospital website or social media for daily updates.
FEBRUARY 2022 - CURRENT VISITATION LEVEL - GREEN
We would like for you to get the most out of your hospital stay by working together with our doctors, nurses and staff. The information below is intended to help with some of our frequently asked questions. If you have further questions, please ask a member of your care team for assistance.
Hospital operators can also be reached at (256) 973-2000.
Bring insurance card(s), driver's license, a list of all current medications, personal toiletries and night clothes for overnight stays. Do not bring valuables, jewelry or excessive cash with you. If absolutely necessary, valuables may be stored for safekeeping. The hospital is not responsible for any personal property kept in your room, including eyeglasses, dentures and clothing.
Decatur Morgan Hospital advocates open and flexible visitation that welcomes and encourages the involvement of family and friends in the patient’s care. Certain departments limit visitation due to the nature of care given. The main entrance doors are locked between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Reserved, gated parking is available at the Admissions Center on Somerville Road for patients or caregivers on day of service. A parking token will be issued at registration to the patient or caregiver (one token per patient). All others will be charged $5.00 to exit gated lot.
Reserved, gated parking is available off of 8th Street for Emergency Room patients or caregivers on day of service. A parking token will be issued at registration to the patient or caregiver (one token per patient). All others will be charged $5.00 to exit the gated lot.
Patients receiving services in the Medical Plaza may park in the parking deck off of 7th Street. Parking tokens will be issued at registration in the office you are visiting.
All other guests, visitors and vendors may park in the parking deck off of 7th Street. There is a $1.00 fee to exit the deck.
Parkway, West and Danville Road Campus
Free surface parking is available.
We provide support and spiritual care to patients and their families in our hospital. If you would like a chaplain to visit you or a loved one, please notify any caregiver.
Patient meal times vary based on the location of the room. Ask a member of your care team about specific meal times.
Coffee shops and cafeterias along with 24-hour vending areas are located on the ground floor of both the Decatur and Parkway campuses.
If you have a concern, we recommend that you first attempt to resolve it with the department in which the problem occurred. If you don't reach a resolution with the person providing your care, we encourage you to contact the department manager, charge nurse or supervisor. Click here for more information.
All Decatur Morgan Hospital facilities and properties are tobacco and electronic cigarette/vape free for the safety and comfort of our patients, visitors and staff.
Huntsville Hospital Health System complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, ethnicity, religion, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, creed, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity or expression or source of payment.
Huntsville Hospital Health System provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to ensure effective communication. We offer qualified sign language interpreters and written information in alternative formats such as large print, Braille, audio and more.
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You have a right to a medical interpreter at no cost to you. Please let the nurse know if you would like to have an interpreter available during your visit. We will make every effort to have professional interpreter services to translate admission information, discharge instructions, surgical consents and other important communications. If no professional interpreters are available, we will try to communicate with you in the most comfortable manner possible. Please let us know if you have information or requests that are important for us to know in order to respect your culture and values.