Patients and Visitors
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If you are a patient or visitor at Mission Hospital, then you can rest assured knowing that you have come to the correct place for advanced care. If this is your first hospital visit, you probably have many concerns regarding your care - such as what to expect, who to ask questions of, and what is the best way to participate in your recovery. This information should answer many of your questions and make you feel more comfortable about your hospitalization.
Our team of nurses, doctors, technologists, technicians, therapists, and support staff all share in the tradition of caring. Together, we are dedicated to providing skills and services necessary to give you excellent, respectful care.
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Mission Health Channel
Channel 76 - Mission Health Channel provides patients with original, award-winning TV programs developed by experts. Patients can view a wide range of health topics, including important wellness and recovery information in an accessible and empowering way.
- General Health and Wellness
- Heart Disease
- Hospital Safety
- Pain Management
- Respiratory Health
- Smoking Cessation
Programs are available in English with Spanish closed captioning. Click here for a detailed description of each program.
Patients can access Mission Health Channel programs on channel 76 during their hospital stay. If you have trouble viewing the channel, please call ext. 5000 for assistance.
Want to watch Mission Health Channel after you leave the hospital?
You can continue to access Mission Health Channel programs from home after discharge on any internet-connected device. Please feel free to take the program schedule home with you.
Patient education videos
Mission Hospital provides an online library of patient and family education videos that are integrated into the education and care we provide our patients and their family members.
A few benefits of these patient education videos are:
- over 650 videos in English and Spanish
- short videos ranging approximately 3 to 5 minutes
- visual learning and up-to-date materials to help patients better manage their recovery and conditions
- General Health and Wellness
- Quality of Care
- High Alert Medication
- Women's Health
- New Baby
- Patients can access these videos by asking a nurse.
Want to watch these educational videos after you leave the hospital?
You can continue to access these educational videos from home after discharge on any internet-connected device.
Mission Hospital is committed to providing interpreter services in order to maintain efficient and adequate communications with patients and families in their primary language. This includes services for patients and families who use sign language or Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TDD) to communicate.
Interpreter Services is available for a wide variety of languages. Sign Language services are also offered. Please contact your nurse or call 949-364-1400, ext. 4721.
On behalf of those waiting for a transplant and in solidarity with those patients and families who have already given the gift of life, we thank you for taking the time to consider registering as an organ, eye and tissue donor.
You can find out more about the steps needed to get involved by visiting Donate Life California.
Butterfly Organ, Tissue and Eye Memorial dedication
In November 2016, Mission Hospital dedicated an Organ, Tissue and Eye Memorial in honor of those who gave their life to save another. The dedication was attended by 250 families and friends of donors whose names are honored on a plaque on the wall behind a beautiful butterfly sculpture named “Lifted Spirits.” Mission Hospital continually honors donors by holding an annual memorial event for the families and friends of recent donors. This is a note received from a mother of one of the honored donors.
“It was such a beautiful ceremony. I don't attend to really anything because it's really hard for me. I'm so glad I made the decision to go. I now see things differently. The man that made his speech about getting his liver made me see things different. How he appreciated his life and not taking anything for granted. I always question my decision, now I know I made the right one. I know there are a couple of girls getting a second chance because of my daughter. They have a second chance of life. And part of my baby lives on. Thank you for honoring our loves one, may God bless you!!!”
MyChart makes it easy to get care and manage your health including checking in for your next appointment. At any time, on any device you can:
- Message your care team
- Manage appointments
- View test results
- Renew prescriptions
- Pay bills