Experience a Whole New Level of Care
Whatever the reason for your visit to AdventHealth Gordon, formerly Gordon Hospital, in Calhoun, Georgia, there’s one thing you can count on: all-encompassing care. Our nurses and physicians go above and beyond for the people in our care — and they’ll do the same for you and your loved ones. From helping your family find nearby hotel accommodations to holding your hand, there’s nothing our team won’t do to help make you feel more comfortable.
Whole-person health means providing you with thoughtful patient resources and hospital amenities during your stay with us. Have breakfast in bed. Watch TV in your room. Stay in touch with your loved ones through our free in-room telephone and WiFi services. Enjoy the peace and beauty of our onsite chapels. Whatever you need, we’re here to provide.
Learn More About Our Comprehensive Patient Services
- Hospital Amenities
While you're at our Gordon County hospital, we’re committed to every aspect of your care. Our physicians, dietitians, and nurses work together to bring you nutritious, delicious meals. And our pastoral-care team is ready to meet your spiritual needs any time of the day or night. Find out about all the hospital amenities we offer to make your stay more comfortable.
Customized Meal Service
Choose your meal from our menu of dishes designed just for you, per your physician’s instructions. Rest easy knowing your food is both healthy and delicious. If your physician recommends a new eating plan after you leave the hospital, simply talk to one of our dietitians for advice.
Free WiFi, Cable TV, and In-Room Local Calling
While you’re healing, there’s no need to feel cut off from the rest of the world. And there’s no need to be bored, either. Your room includes free local calling, WiFi, and TV services. You can use your in-room telephone by dialing 9 followed by the number you wish to call. For a number outside our local area code, dial 9, then 0, followed by the area code and number. After the tone, dial your credit-card number to pay for the long-distance call. To reach the operator, simply dial 0. If your loved ones want to call your room from the hospital, they can dial 7 plus your room number.
Relax while you're here by watching TV. Your room has free cable. Operate the TV via the remote attached to your bed. If you have questions, your nurse can help.
Pastoral Care and Chapels
As a faith-based organization, we know that when you’re going through health challenges, a little spiritual boost goes a long way. Our pastoral team is here to serve you by lending a listening ear, providing spiritual counsel, and praying with you. We’re also happy to connect you with a leader from your own religious community. To speak with a chaplain, call the Chaplain’s Office at extension 2203, or ask one of your nurses.
When you need a peaceful place to contemplate, pray, or relax in a healing environment, you’ll find it in one of our onsite meditation spaces. The Chapel of Hope, North Chapel, Garden of Hope, and Meditation Room offer spiritual refuge and a place for healing. Feel free to attend our daily devotional services. Our full list of spiritual resources includes:
- Devotionals in The Chapel of Hope: Wednesdays at 9 am.
- Spiritual Emphasis Week: Once a Year.
- Support Groups for tobacco cessation, cancer & caregivers, and grief recovery
Hospital Visiting Hours
Your loved ones are so important to your healing. We want them to feel welcome here. Most areas of the hospital hold open visiting hours, which means they can stop by at any time. Ask your nurse about specific visiting hours. If you're in the ICU, your loved ones can visit any time except between 6:30 am to 8:30 am and between 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
- Free Parking
You’ll find free, convenient hospital parking for patients and visitors in front of the north and east entrances. Special parking is available for Emergency Center patients near the emergency entrance.
- More Patient Resources to Help You Heal
Our all-encompassing care doesn’t end after you leave our hospital. We offer the following resources to help you keep healing:
As you prepare to leave our hospital, a case manager will meet with you and/or your loved ones to help you plan your future care. They’ll connect you with community resources like rehabilitation centers, care equipment like crutches or an oxygen tank, and anything else you may need. You can reach a case manager at any time by dialing extension 2452.
Everyone deserves access to health care. Concerned about how you’re going to pay your hospital bills? Don’t worry. We offer assistance for patients who are not covered by any form of insurance or government program. You’ll just need to verify your income and financial information. Fill out our Financial-Assistance Application or contact a hospital representative at:
- What to Bring with You
We're here to help make your visit to the hospital as stress-free as possible. To streamline your care experience, we’ve put together a list of things to bring with you for your visit:
- A List of All Medications You’re Currently Taking
- Advance Directive (Living Will) and Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Insurance Cards
- Name, Address, and Phone Number of Your Closest Family Member
- Name and Phone Number of Your Employer
- Photo ID
If you don't have an advance directive to bring with you, we can provide one for you to fill out. Just ask.
To make your stay more comfortable and convenient, you can also bring the following:
- A Credit Card for Making Long-Distance Calls
- Address Book
- Pajamas, Robe, Rubber-Soled Slippers
- Personal Toiletries
- Reading Materials
Because we can’t guarantee the safety of your personal items, we suggest leaving valuables at home.
- Pastoral Care
A hospital stay can be an unexpected, anxious and a lonely time, not only for loved ones, but family and friends as well. AdventHealth Gordon knows that your spiritual care is also an important part of the healing process. That’s why members of the Department of Pastoral Care are available to you and your loved ones during your time in the hospital, providing you with spiritual care and support.
Contact a Chaplain
Patients, their family members or friends can request a visit from a chaplain, and we are also available to assist clergy or other pastors coming to visit their congregants.