Dietary Services: Patients at Centennial Medical Center receive three balanced meals per day. Your physician will order your diet, but you will have the ability to select your meals within your diet. A Registered, Licensed Dietitian also is available to assist you with questions- ask your nurse for more information. Outpatient consultations also are available.
Food & Beverage: Spice Cafe, the hospital's cafe, offers a wide variety of hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks. The cafeteria is located on the basement level and is open to the public during the following times:
Monday - Friday
6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.- Full Service Breakfast
9 a.m. to 10 a.m.- Self Service Breakfast
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.- Full Service Lunch
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.- Self Service Dinner (Closed on Fridays)
Saturday and Sunday
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.- Lunch
Guest trays are available to purchase during all meal periods. Vending machines also are available 24 hours a day in the Emergency Department waiting area.
Personal Belongings and Valuables: We strongly urge you to leave valuable clothing, jewelry, large sums of cash, credit cards, electronic devices and luggage at home, or to send such items home the day you are admitted. Please limit the cash you bring to the hospital. If you cannot leave valuables at home, please arrange with Admission Registration to put them into the hospital safe. The hospital will provide all your personal necessities at no additional cost to you. The hospital cannot assume responsibility for any belongings or cash in your room. Your books, magazines, eyeglasses or dentures may be stored in the bedside table. The nurse can provide you with a denture cup, if necessary. Please take care to protect your dentures from accidental loss or damage. Do not place your dentures under your pillow, do not keep them in the bathroom, do not wrap them in a tissue and do not place them on your meal tray.
Smoking Policy: The hazards of fire, as well as the hazards to your health from smoking, are major concerns of the hospital. For your safety and that of other patients, visitors and staff, smoking is not permitted anywhere in the hospital. Smoking is never allowed in patient rooms and the hospital reserves the right to confiscate smoking materials from patients who fail to comply with this rule. Designated smoking areas are provided outside the hospital near the Emergency Department, the Spice Cafe and the ICU waiting room.
Medications and Herbal Remedies: It is very important that you tell your physician about every medication AND/OR herbal remedies you are taking because even common medications cause complications when taken in combination with other medications or treatments. Also, tell your physician and your nurse of any allergies you have to medications or foods. Please do not bring any medications with you to the hospital. Any medications needed during your hospital stay will be prescribed by your physician and provided by the hospital pharmacy. If you bring your medications to the hospital, they will be held for you until you are discharged.
Electrical Devices: For safety reasons, we ask that you leave all personal electrical appliances including cellular phones and pagers at home.
Whether coming in for a prodecure, or visiting someone you love, find the frequently asked questions answered here.
To find information about insurances that are in-network and the important numbers you may need after a stay at Centennial Medical center, click here.
Financial Assistance Programs Uninsured? Look here to see your options for healthcare.
Centennial Medical Center offers a variety of classes for the community from Diabetes Support Groups to Prenatal Classes like childbirth classes and Car Seat Fittings to Safe Sitter classes for the aspiring babysitter.
We are located off the northwest corner of SH121 and Coit. Also find a site map so you can find your way around our campus.
Free Wi-Fi access is available for our guests to wirelessly connect to the Internet. For security reasons, users will need to configure a manual wireless session with settings supplied by your nurse or unit secretary.
Follow the state-supported link below to find out how to order additional birth certificates for your baby, or just for your records.Birth Certificate
**Coming soon** It's helpful to have all your legal information settled before you admission to a hospital. Here are the more common forms that patients request.
Medical Power of Attorney
Declaration for Mental Health