Information for St. Cloud Hospital Patients & Visitors

Patient Handbook

The St. Cloud Hospital Patient Handbook provides patients and visitors with information to make their hospital stay as pleasant and successful as possible.

Our caring and skilled professionals are committed to providing you quality care with compassion.CentraCare Patient Handbook

Download the PDF:

Patient Handbook - English

Patient Handbook - Spanish

Visiting a Patient at St. Cloud Hospital

The hospital respects, protects and promotes patient rights. In support of patient- and family-centered care, patients are invited to have visitors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with some limited exceptions. St. Cloud Hospital does not discriminate against visitors based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.

Patients may receive visitors of their choice, including spouse, domestic partner (including a same sex domestic partner), another family member or friend.

St. Cloud Hospital Maps

Download and print the appropriate Map in PDF

Interpreters

Free American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, TTYs and other communication devices are available at St. Cloud Hospital to deaf and hard-of-hearing patients and their families when necessary for effective communication. If you need an interpreter while at the hospital, please tell your doctor or nursing staff. If you need to visit our Emergency Department, you may request an interpreter in advance by calling 320-255-5656.