Frisbie Memorial Hospital believes in providing patients with useful information and resources so that patients can make informed decisions about their healthcare while ensuring access to our medical services. Below are resources that you may find helpful as a patient of Frisbie Memorial Hospital.
The Patient Guide is a resource to assist patients during their hospital stay.
The Patient Channel
The Patient Channel is an in-hospital TV channel (Channel 49) delivered to patient rooms and waiting areas. It provides viewers with original, award-winning programs on various health topics, and provide information to help patients manage a medical condition and improve health. Important wellness and recovery information is available.
Major topic areas include:
- Heart disease and stroke
- Pain management
- High blood pressure
- Respiratory health (asthma,smoking cessation)
- General health and wellness
Frisbie website visitors also have 24-hour access to videos at The Patient Channel site (password: 01058).
We encourage patients to view the video, Staying Safe in the Hospital: Patient Essentials, before your next visit. Topics covered in this video include how to communicate effectively with hospital staff and how being a partner with the healthcare team improves health outcomes. This video is located in the Health and Wellness section.
Cooper Family Resource Center
The Center provides a variety of health information including diabetes, cancer and other diseases. Each month the Center highlights specific health topics and there are two private computer stations with Internet access so that you may research additional information. Visit the Cooper Family Resource Center web page for more useful health information.
FollowMyHealth Patient Portal
Access your medical information online! Visit the FollowMyHealth page to learn more.
Guide to Pain Management
Learn more about pain treatment options during your hospital stay.
Pay My Bill Online!
For your added convenience, you may now pay your bill online.
Frisbie Memorial Hospital is pleased to offer transportation services to and from healthcare appointments for patients living in Rochester, Barrington, Milton, Somersworth and Farmington. For a list of requirements and destinations, visit the Patient Transportation page.
Patients must be able to board the bus on their own or with the assistance of the person accompanying them. The van also accommodates wheelchair bound patients.
The Patient Care-A-Van operates 8:00 am – 4:30 pm excluding major holidays or inclement weather, and requires a 48 hour notice. To schedule a pick up, please call the Service Ambassador at 335-8882.