Patients and Visitors
Whether you have found your medical home at one of our many family practice and specialty clinics, have received outpatient rehabilitation or Home Services, or you and your surgeon have selected Providence Medford Medical Center for your care, the entire Providence team of caregivers is dedicated to enhancing every patient’s experience.
If you are new to the Providence family of clinics, please call the Providence Medical Group new patient line at 541-732-7700 and a staff member will personally assist you with finding the care you need.
Visitation and phone calls in the Critical Care Unit are restricted during the hours of 7 - 8:30 a.m. and 7 - 8:30 p.m. Otherwise, based on patient care considerations and nursing discretion, we have a flexible visiting policy. The entrance to the Critical Care Unit is protected to respect the privacy of our patients. Please inquire at the intercom before each visit.
Providence BirthPlace permits laboring mothers to have visitors at any hour throughout the labor process. Visitors in this special area are asked to clean their hands before touching newborns. For the protection of new moms and babies, the BirthPlace is a very secure area with video cameras and security systems.
The Providence Guild Gift Shop is located near the main lobby on the first floor of the hospital. It is open Monday through Saturday and offers an assortment of fresh flowers, balloons, candy and gifts. Profits from the gift shop and other Guild projects are donated to Providence Medford Medical Center to help purchase patient care equipment and support hospital programs.
A few cheerful flowers are always appreciated, but space does not permit large floral arrangements. Flowers are sold on campus at the Providence Guild Gift Shop on the first floor.
- Flowers and plants are not permitted in the Critical Care Unit or on 3-East Medical Oncology.
- Providence Medford Medical Center does not permit latex balloons.
Interpreter services for non-English speakers and sign language interpreters for the hearing impaired are available.
Contact your nurse, social worker or case manager for more information.