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Does Ocala health have outpatient facilities?

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What is Ocala Regional Medical Center known for?

MyHealthOne Portal: MyHealthOne consolidates many common tasks into one secure, easy-to-use online patient portal. It gives you access to most of your medical records on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone 24 hours a day. *Note that some medical records may only be available through our hospital Medical Records office.

How do I Register in the patient portal?

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What is the new patient portal myhealthone?

To register in our portal, please give us a call, or visit us (see our contact us page for locations and maps) and we will guide you through the patient registration process. Ocala. Phone: 352-732-5552. Fax: 352-732-1131. Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. The Villages. Phone: 352-307-3804. Toll Free: 800-213-8513.

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MyHealth One Portal

MyHealthOne consolidates many common tasks into one secure, easy-to-use online patient portal. It gives you access to most of your medical records on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone 24 hours a day.

Paper Copy of Medical Records

Please complete the following steps to obtain a paper copy of your medical records:

For Questions Regarding Obtaining Medical Record Copies, Or To Obtain the Status Of Your Request

Records will be shipped within 5-7 Business days. Should you need to check the status of your request, please call (888) 616-5721 (Option 2)

Urgent Requests, Records for your Physician

For immediate continuity of care, your healthcare provider can request records.

Insurance, Attorney, Disability and Third Party Requests

Requests should be sent from your insurance company, attorney, or Disability Determination Service can be faxed to (833) 462-1884 or mailed to the facility where the patient was treated.

Pre-register for your hospital visit

Complete pre-registration paperwork from the comfort of your own home.

Make an appointment with a provider

Find a doctor or nurse practitioner and schedule your office visit online.

CareNow web check-in - Urgent Care

Check in online to lessen the amount of time you spend waiting at the office.

What to wear to a syringe surgery?

Wear clothing that is loose fitting and easy to get in and out of, and low heeled shoes . DO NOT WEAR JEWELRY, MAKEUP, FINGERNAIL OR TOENAIL POLISH. These must be removed prior to your procedure. The hospital will not accept responsibility for jewelry or personal valuable.

Can you eat before a pre-op?

Most often, do not eat or drink anything after midnight before your procedure. This is important for your health and safety. The pre-op nurse will notify you of anything you should take the morning of your procedure.

What to take before a syringe procedure?

To do otherwise may cause delay or cancellation of your procedure. Take no medications before your procedure unless you have been given instructions to do so.

Can you leave home after an operation?

You must arrange to have someone drive you home after your procedure. Patients are not permitted to leave alone after an operation. The nurses can help you estimate your discharge time so you may make the necessary arrangements.

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The Day Before

  • Most often, do not eat or drink anything after midnight before your procedure. This is important for your health and safety. The pre-op nurse will notify you of anything you should take the morning of your procedure. Bathe or shower the night before or morning of your procedure with an antimicrobial soap(such as Dial). You may be given a special soap to use. Get a good night's …
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What to Wear

  • Wear clothing that is loose fitting and easy to get in and out of, and low heeled shoes. DO NOT WEAR JEWELRY, MAKEUP, FINGERNAIL OR TOENAIL POLISH.These must be removed prior to your procedure. The hospital will not accept responsibility for jewelry or personal valuable. If you wear glasses, contact lenses, dentures, or a hearing aid and wish to have them with you during y…
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The Day of The Procedure

  • Take nothing by mouth including water, coffee, soft drinks, juice, chewing gum, or candy, unless you have given specific permission. To do otherwise may cause delay or cancellation of your procedure. Take no medications before your procedure unless you have been given instructions to do so. If you have, then take them with the smallest sip of water necessary to ingest them. If yo…
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Transportation

  • You must arrange to have someone drive you home after your procedure. Patients are not permitted to leave alone after an operation. The nurses can help you estimate your discharge time so you may make the necessary arrangements.
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Guests

  • Your spouse, a relative, or friend may accompany you to the Outpatient Lobby. Since your stay will be just a few hours, other guests are discouraged. Waiting area space and guest facilities are limited, so please do not bring additional visitors. No more than two visitors will be allowed in the Outpatient Area.
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