Identification Badges Required on Campus
Stop by Medical Staff Services to obtain your ID badge. You will need to provide a legible government-issued photo ID card (current driver’s license, military ID or passport).
Providers, allied health practitioners, residents and students must wear a Banner identification badge while on campus for:
- Access to restricted areas;
- Identity verification for patients, staff and others
Your badge should be worn above the waist at all times.
Designated physician parking is marked to the north side of the facility and throughout the parking lot.
Banner Health Clinic (307) 532-2107
Administration (307) 534-7050
Administrator-on-Call (307) 575-6453
Nurses’ Station (307) 534-7211
Medical Records (307) 534-7144
Billing/Business Office (307) 532-4181
Medical Imaging (307) 534-7167
Laboratory (307) 534-7184
Pharmacy (307) 534-7217
Specialty Clinic (307) 532-8758
Physical Therapy (307) 534-7173
Surgery (307) 534-7211
Medical Staff Services (307) 534-7138
Community Hospital's lab offers all lab testing with reference testing to Mayo Medical Laboratories and Horizon Laboratory.
Our laboratory is certified by the Clinical Lab Improvement Amendments (CLIA). For more information about our lab, please call (307) 534-7184.
Laboratory services include:
- Chemistry tests (including Glucose, BUN, Creatinine, Sodium, Chloride, Caron Dioxide, Potassium, Calcium, Total Protein, Albumin, Total & Direct Bilirubin, Alkaline Phosphatase, AST, ALT, Iron)
- Lipid Panels (including Cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL)
- Cardiac Markers
- Therapeutic Drug Monitoring-Digoxin, Dilantin, Carbamazepine, Valproic Acid, Vancomycin
- Arterial Blood Gases
- Urine Drug Screens for drugs of abuse
- Pregnancy Tests
- Type and Screen with cross matching
Rapid Micro Tests
- Strep throat
- Respiratory Syncytial Virus
- H Pylori
- Routine Culture and Sensitivity
- Anaerobic Cultures
- Blood Cultures
To protect our patients, staff and visitors, Torrington Community Hospital has an extensive plan in place for emergency management.
Regular meetings and drills are conducted to ensure the facility is ready to face any potential internal or external threat.
Codes for overhead pages are posted throughout the building. Becoming familiar with these codes will help you to respond appropriately in the event of an emergency. These instructions are also available as an attachment to your security badge.
Community Hospital has access to resources to provide interpretation for our patients who have communication barriers such as limited English proficiency or deafness.
To respect confidentiality and to ensure that the patient receives accurate interpretation, it is Banner’s policy that a patient’s family or friends not be used to interpret.
To access interpretation services for a patient, please inform the patient's nurse.
Resources for Interpretation:
- Video Remote Interpretation (VRI): Interpreters available on a computer screen equipped with a camera and microphone with technology similar to Skype. VRI provides interpreters for the following languages: American Sign Language, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese and Somali.
- Telephone Interpretation: Telephone interpreters available from any telephone in the hospital any time of the day or night for more than 150 languages