About Your Stay at High Point Medical Center

What to Bring  

When you come to High Point Medical Center Hospital as an inpatient or outpatient there are several things you can bring to help you with your check in. 

  1. Identification
    Bring several forms of personal identification, such as a driver's license, birth certificate, social security card, etc.
  2. Order Sheet
    If your doctor has given you an order sheet, please bring that with you. If your doctor has not given you a sheet, don't worry, just know your doctor's name and the reason for your visit.
  3. Emergency Contact
    Bring information about your closest relative, someone we can contact if you need items from home.
  4. Medication
    Bring all of your current medications in their labeled bottles.
  5. Insurance
    Bring your health insurance information.
  6. Legal Info
    If you have Advance Directives or Healthcare Power of Attorney information, please bring it. You may obtain blank copies of Advance Directives by contacting our Pastoral Care Department at 336-878-6069.
  7. Transportation
    If you are coming as an outpatient, remember, you will probably need someone to drive you home and stay with you after you are discharged.

Do NOT Bring

  • Jewelry
  • Large amounts of cash
  • Other valuables

If you have questions, please call our Admitting Department at 336-878-6002.

Checking In to the Hospital

When you arrive at High Point Medical Center we want your check-in to be as smooth as possible. So whether you are coming to us as an outpatient or an inpatient we ask that you proceed directly to our Patient Entrance, located adjacent to the Patient and Visitor Parking Deck, facing Elm Street. Upon entering through the Patient Entrance you will be greeted and escorted to the Admitting Department where we will register you for your procedure or stay.

Financial Assistance

As of September 1, 2018, Wake Forest Baptist Health has updated how we handle financial assistance. We recognize the financial burden that medical bills may cause, so if you are having difficulties paying your bill, please let us know. It is part of our mission at Wake Forest Baptist to help the communities we serve. We aim to provide emergent and critical care to those in need, regardless of one’s ability to pay, and we can assist in providing financial assistance for those who have limited financial resources and do not qualify for outside assistance or have insurance or additional funding. Learn more.