- For Patients
TriStar Skyline provides all private rooms. Your room is designed to support your care, as well as your convenience and safety. All rooms have electronic beds with controls that regulate the bed height and raise and lower the head and knees. Your nurse will demonstrate the use of the controls. If you wish further instruction or are unable to use the controls, please let the nurse know. The bedrails are for your protection and may be raised at night or during the day when you are resting. They may also be raised if you have undergone surgery or are taking certain medications. If you need them lowered for you, please call a nurse and do not attempt to leave your bed without assistance from the nursing staff.
Your Healthcare Team
In addition to your physician and your nurse, other hospital personnel will be involved in your care. These may include lab and radiology technicians, respiratory and physical therapists, dietitians, clinical pharmacists, supervised students, chaplains, and volunteers. All should be wearing name badges.
Your physician may have chosen to utilize our Hospitalist Service as an extension of his/her office. In this case, your care while in the hospital will be managed by a physician who specializes in taking care of hospitalized patients. After you are discharged, you will return to the care of your regular primary care physician. All of our Hospitalists are board-certified physicians who specialize in the care of pulmonary, critical care, and hospital patients.