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Patients and Visitors
Visiting Page Hospital
Our hospital supports the Planetree Alliance model of care. As an affiliate, we commit to a patient-first, holistic approach to health care which promotes mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and physical healing. We empower our patients and families to form a healing partnership with caregivers. This is accomplished by emphasizing the importance of every patient experience whether it’s in a hospital bed or during an outpatient visit.
Visiting hours are flexible to ensure our patients have the family and support they need during their care. Please ring the buzzer at the front entrance to enter the hospital after hours.
We are pleased to offer guest wireless services.
The hospital cafeteria is open for breakfast and lunch every day of the week.
Page Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital. Built in 1958, the hospital provides a range of medical services that include Emergency services, Surgery, Medical Imaging, Obstetrics, Cardiopulmonary, Acute Care and Rehabilitation.
We were the first hospital within Banner Health to join the Planetree Alliance. As a Planetree Affiliate, Page Hospital is a place of physical, mental and spiritual healing and a place where employees strive to care for patients with compassion, dignity and respect. You and your family are our partners in care.
In keeping with the Planetree philosophy, distractions commonly associated with hospitals have been removed. Medical equipment is kept out of sight and overhead paging has been replaced with the soothing sounds of soft music. Hospital rooms have couches, refrigerators, outdoor patios and gardens, and more. Artwork is inspired by the area’s large Native American population and the surrounding beauty of the canyons and Lake Powell. Other Native American elements include a weaving loom and a traditional healing Hogan.
Traditional Native American Care
The healing environment of Page Hospital extends to the area’s large Native American population.
Our cooks provide a number of traditional food selections. Family members can bring in homemade items and, when possible, use the patient-family dining room.
Medicine men/women are welcome and a referral list is available. Physicians are willing to participate in blessings at the patient’s or family’s request. These can be held either in the patient’s room or in the hogan.
Located in the patio area, the hogan was built with an east-facing entrance and tarps for covering openings and doors for blessings and other ceremonies. A fireplace is also available.
Family members and patients can weave on the Navajo loom. We also have a number of oversized rooms to accommodate gatherings of family and friends.
Page Hospital has a Native American Cultural Committee, comprised of Native American staff members. They work to enhance communication and to integrate aspects of the culture throughout the hospital.