6 Tips for Your Stay
1. Your Room
Controls for your bed and nurse call button are on your bedside rails or a remote control. Your television includes local and network channels. There is a guide to channels on your TV. If you’d like your room temperature adjusted, please ask your nurse.
2. Your Care Team
Each of our caregivers is here to serve you and your loved ones with compassionate, expert care. During your stay, your nurse is your main point of contact. Learn about how to identify members of your care team.
3. Your Meals
Our staff will assist you daily with your meal selections. Depending on your medical condition, your caregiver may prescribe a special diet for you. If you have any questions about your meal service or diet, ask your nurse to contact Food and Nutrition Services.
4. Your Belongings
When not in use, keep your eyeglasses, hearing aids and dentures in your bedside drawer and your clothing in your closet or suitcase. In the intensive care unit, speak with your nurse about the best place to store your belongings. We encourage you to keep valuables at home. If you lose something, contact our Lost and Found at 302-733-1165.
Time with family members, friends and clergy are an important part of healing. The best times to visit are between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Learn more about visiting patient here.
Wi-Fi and internet access are free through our guest wireless network CCHS-GuestAcc.