Patient & visitor information
If you have any questions about your healthcare, your room, the hospital, or our services, just ask your nurse or a Guest Relations representative.
We know it can be hard to be away from home — and in a hospital — for any reason. We make sure that we listen to every request or question and then get answers. Talk to us. The goal of every Geisinger Holy Spirit employee is to make your experience as pleasant as possible.
New Patient Packet/Paquete Para Pacientes Nuevos
If you are a new patient at one of our primary care practices, print and complete the New Patient Packet/Paquete Para Pacientes Nuevos and bring it, along with all bottles of your medications, to your first appointment so our providers have the most accurate information for your medical record.
Admission: Registration hours
General admissions & outpatient services
Location: Main hospital, first floor
Hours: 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday – Friday
Direct Admission: Patient information
If you and your doctor have agreed that improving your health will require advanced specialty care at Geisinger Holy Spirit, please arrive at the main lobby of Geisinger Holy Spirit, 503 N. 21st St., Camp Hill, on Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Click here to learn more.
John R. Dietz Emergency Center at Geisinger Holy Spirit
Location: Main hospital, first floor
Hours: 24 hours
Phone: 717-763-2397 or 717-763-2396
Ortenzio Heart Center at Geisinger Holy Spirit
Location: Main hospital, ground floor
Hours: 6 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Location: Main hospital, second floor
Hours: 5 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (after hours report to general admissions)
Phone: 717-972-6970 until 1:30 p.m.; 717-763-2757 from 1:30 – 9 p.m.
Visitors are often good medicine for patients. Family and friends are encouraged to visit patients during their hospital stay. There may be some restrictions, based on the patient’s safety, well-being or medical condition. (See Geisinger's equal visitation policy.)
For the welfare of patients, the nursing staff may request that visitors leave a patient room at any time. Patients may also request the restriction of visitors simply by notifying the nursing staff.
- Do not visit the hospital if you have any signs of illness, such as a cough, runny nose or fever. If you are not sure whether it is safe to visit, please ask your doctor or one of the nurses caring for the patient you wish to visit.
- Ask the patient's nurse if it is okay to bring plants or flowers to the patient’s room. In some cases, they can increase the risk for infection for patients.
- Visitors may be asked to leave the hospital if they become disruptive or interfere with the comfort or care of patients, other visitors or staff.
- Alcohol is not allowed on the Geisinger Holy Spirit campus.
Children's Miracle Network
At Geisinger, miracles happen every day. The Children's Miracle Network at Geisinger helps to provide the innovative and compassionate care we are known for, and raises funds to provide equipment, programs and services for children at Geisinger Janet Weis Children's Hospital in Danville, as well as pediatric services throughout Geisinger.
Geisinger PrayerNet is a website offering patients and their families comfort, support and prayer from a network of volunteers around the world. With PrayerNet, it’s easy to request prayer, share your prayer requests with loved ones around the world, or pray for others. The site is free to use, nondenominational and respectful of patient and family privacy.
Geisinger cares about your health and the health of our employees. All Geisinger Holy Spirit locations are tobacco-free environments.
For the safety of patients, visitors and employees, Geisinger prohibits the possession or carrying of weapons, firearms/handguns within all Geisinger owned or leased facilities and parking lots, as well as in the performance of all employment duties, including off site patient visits. This prohibition includes private citizens and staff members with carry permits. Lethal weapons are defined as any weapon, firearm, handgun or other device calculated to inflict serious bodily injury or death. Knives with a blade length greater than three inches are considered weapons under this policy.