Protecting Our Patients
At AdventHealth we strive to keep you safe when you are under our care and after you leave us. Your privacy and rights are important to us. See the links below to learn more about you privacy and legal rights, as well as our programs that can help you stay safe and protected.
Legal Documents and Information
Patient Privacy - HIPAA
AdventHealth believes your health information is personal and confidential. We are committed to keeping your health information private, and we are legally required to respect your confidentiality.
Patient Rights and Responsibilities
As a patient you have the right and responsibility to be informed and participate in every decision that involves your care and treatment.
Financial assistance may be available to patients receiving non-elective (emergent) hospital services who are not covered by any form of insurance or government program. Verification of income and financial information is required.
Health Equity Promise
AdventHealth complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate, exclude people or treat them differently on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
We are firmly committed to patient safety. This includes your physical safety as well as protecting you from inadvertent exposure to hazardous materials and wastes, minimizing the risk of hospital-borne infections and ensuring that our hospital is prepared for any emergency or disaster.
These legally binding documents outline your wishes regarding life support, resuscitation and other interventions for both your health care team and your family members.
Minor Privacy and Consent
If you are a minor and have a protected health care condition, you may be able to maintain the confidentiality of information shared during a health care visit and the medical records for that treatment.
Photography and Video Authorization Form
This Form grants AdventHealth rights to use pictures and/or electronic/digital/video footage of adults and minors.
Consent Form for Treatment of Minor Child
The State of Florida has enacted a new law that imposes additional obligations on health care providers when obtaining consent to treat a minor child.