It’s important for you to bring a list of prescription and non-prescription medications that you are presently taking with you to the hospital. All medications you take while in the hospital are prescribed by your physician, dispensed by the hospital Pharmacy and administered by a nurse. Patients are not permitted to administer their own medications or keep personal medications at their bedside unless approved by the patient’s physician. If needed, be sure to ask for additional information about the medications that you are prescribed.
LOST AND FOUND
In case of an unfortunate situation, lost and found items are stored in the Environmental Service Department. If you believe you may have misplaced an item, please call ext. 1901 or (979)-285-1901 and leave a message.
St. Luke's Health Brazosport is a now a tobacco-free campus. The new policy extends the current tobacco-free hospital policy to include all outside grounds of properties owned by St. Luke's Health Brazosport. The policy applies to all employees, medical staff, volunteers, patients and visitors. Thank you for your help to maintain a healthy atmosphere for those in and around the hospital. Please click for frequently asked questions about our tobacco-free campus.
At St. Luke's Health Brazosport we know that it is important that you feel safe and trust the care you receive. Our staff is committed to providing your healthcare in a safe manner. We encourage you to be actively involved in making your care as safe as possible. To help you assist us in providing this care, please keep the following tips in mind.
- Always wear the ID bracelet provided to you at admission
- Everyone who takes care of you should ask to see your name band
- If someone offers you medication, comes to draw your blood, or wants to take you for a procedure or test without asking to see your band, please request them to do so