Registration at Littleton Regional Healthcare
Our friendly and courteous registration staff is here to serve your registration needs whether you are here for a lab test, x-ray test, same-day surgery, infusion, or inpatient services.
Registrars are most often your first contact when you come to the hospital for treatment or services. They are responsible for setting up your visit information so that caregivers have basic information about you to properly care for you. Admissions staff may request identification and will obtain general written consent for treatment from you. In addition, registrars collect financial information from you so that we may accurately bill you or your insurance for services rendered.
Patient Rights and Responsibilities
You are also advised of your rights and responsibilities as a patient under state law, offered a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices as required by federal law, and informed of your rights and obligations as a Medicare [513 KB pdf] or Tricare [360 KB pdf] beneficiary (where applicable). Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice [109 KB pdf].
- View Patient Rights and Responsibilities for more information.
Registration Locations & Hours
- Central Registration is located in the lobby of the Doctors Office Building. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
- The Patient Access Department is located in the Main Lobby of the hospital. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
- For your convenience, there is also a Patient Access Representative located in the Upper Atrium, Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM
- Emergency Department Registrars are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
About Patient Access & Registration
Open Admissions Policy – It is the policy of Littleton Regional Healthcare to admit and treat all persons without regard to race, color, sex, handicap, national origin, or religious creed. Admissions requirements and assignments of hospital facilities are the same for all persons.
Patient Access Mission Statement – To serve the community by promoting patient advocacy and meeting the needs of our patients, visitors, volunteers, and staff.
Patient Access Vision – Patient Access Services strives for excellence in quality, efficiency, and customer service.
Patient Access Values – Collaboration · Courtesy · Respect · Privacy · Quality · Efficiency
Please complete these forms and bring them with you to your appointment. These forms are required for all appointments within LRH’s Medical Office Building.
Things to Bring for Admission to LRH
- Insurance Card
- Advanced Directives
An advance directive and living will tell your doctor what kind of care you would like to have if you become unable to make medical decisions. If you are admitted to the hospital, the hospital staff will probably talk to you about advance directives.
A good advance directive describes the treatment you would want depending on how sick you are. For example, the directives would describe what kind of care you want if you have an illness that you are unlikely to recover from, or if you are permanently unconscious. Advance directives usually tell your doctor that you don’t want certain kinds of treatment. However, they can also say that you wish to receive specific treatment no matter how ill you are.
- Download our Advance Care Planning Guide.