701 6th St. S. | Saint Petersburg, FL 33701
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Admitting Procedures

In order to keep Canadian pharmacy running as safely and efficiently as possible, our facilities abide to stringent admission policies. Please note the different process guidelines for inpatient and outpatient situations.

Inpatient Admission Procedures

Bayfront’s admitting office, located in the front lobby, just off Sixth Street South, is the first stop you will make if you are admitted to the hospital overnight. Even patients, who have phoned in advance and pre-registered, will still need to check in at admitting.

Be sure to bring your social security card, identification (driver’s license or photo ID), insurance card, any paperwork you have received from your doctor and your Advance Directives (living will, power of attorney or healthcare surrogate documentation).

Please keep in mind that every time you are admitted or registered to the hospital, our staff will confirm your address and take copies of your identification and insurance cards.

You will want to leave all of your valuables – wallet, money, credit cards, jewelry and similar items at home or give them to your family members at the time of admission.

A Bayfront financial counselor is available should you have questions about insurance or billing. Co-pays or deductibles are due at the time you receive hospital services.

Outpatient Admission Procedures

If your doctor has ordered an outpatient test or procedure (examples: mammogram, blood test, chest X-ray), please pre-register by calling Bayfront’s Central Scheduling at (727) 893-6044. You will be given an appointment time and date, and any necessary instructions.

The day of your procedure or test, be sure to bring in your social security card, proof of identification (driver’s license or photo ID), insurance cards and the outpatient prescription you received from your doctor.

Please keep in mind that every time you are admitted or registered to the hospital, our staff will confirm your address and take copies of your identification and insurance cards. Co-pays or deductibles are due at the time you receive hospital services.