|Direct Patient Admission to GRMC|
One Genesys Parkway
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Fax: (810) 606-7224
We’re committed to providing exceptional service for our patients and our physicians. We continue to monitor and streamline the process for physicians who use Genesys Regional Medical Center to directly admit their adult and pediatric patients.
Here you will find the forms and information needed to directly admit patients to Genesys Regional Medical Center.
Click a link below to open a PDF version.
Our Admission Support team is here to help you. Admission Support is staffed by Registered Nurses Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on weekends from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Physicians should complete and fax the "Patient Information & Direct Admission Request Form with Patient Information” and the “Formatted Inpatient Admission Form” order set directly to Admission Support at (810) 606-7224, or you can call (810) 606-7234 and a nurse can take your admission orders verbally.
For pediatric direct admissions, please call (810) 606-5800.
FOR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Click the link to for a document with patient instructions and directions to Genesys Regional Medical Center.
The Admission Process
When you arrive at Genesys, we’ll ask you for your personal information, your health insurance details and your emergency contact information. Accurate and complete information is an important part of your successful care and treatment. Your privacy is also a top priority. By law, your medical information must be protected and will not be shared outside of Genesys Regional Medical Center.
Planned admission refers to a scheduled hospital stay, once you and your doctor decide that you need hospital-based treatment.
Direct admission patients are sent directly to the hospital by their physician or primary care provider when their health condition requires it.
Direct admission patients should report to the Information Desk in the main lobby of the hospital upon arrival. A Customer Service representative will direct you to the Registration office. Your doctor will have made the necessary arrangements and the hospital will be expecting you.
A member of the Registration team will ensure the hospital has your personal and health insurance information. They will also escort you to your room.
Emergency admission occurs when a life-threatening illness or injury requires immediate hospital care. Some emergency patients are released from the Emergency Department once their treatment is complete. Others may require a longer hospital stay (hospital admission). If your doctor decides you should stay in the hospital following your emergency care, we will admit you to the hospital as an inpatient.