Patient Resources

The Patient Channel Video and Print Library

As a patient of Frisbie Memorial Hospital, we want you to have the information you need to manage your care. Our goal is to educate our patients, families, and caregivers to promote overall wellness and recovery during your stay with us and at home.

Our patient education library provides easy-to-understand programming on a variety of topics and is available 24 hours a day and on any device with a wi-fi connection.

Major topic areas include:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Diabetes
  • Hip and knee replacement
  • Cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Health lifestyles
  • Medication management and more!

We encourage you to access our patient education library located on the The Patient Channel site (password: 01058).

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.

Patient Portal

On February 1, 2017, Frisbie Memorial Hospital and its associated physician practices transitioned to a new state-of-the-art, fully integrated electronic health record (EHR) system that will improve access to health information and enhance care coordination among all members of your healthcare team. Through the new EHR system, patients will have secure and convenient access to accurate and up-to-date health information by way of a new patient portal: My Frisbie CONNECT.

Patients enrolled in FollowMyHealth will continue to have access to their personal health record in FollowMyHealth. However, no new health information will flow into FollowMyHealth after January 31, 2017.

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.

Mobile Integrated Healthcare Program

Community Paramedics: Kevin Monte, Valeri Previe, John Mclain, and Jennifer Pare

The Mobile Integrated Healthcare Program, which launched in September 2016, is designed to mitigate gaps in care – post hospital discharge – and reduce chronic disease-related health complications by bringing medical services to the homes of those individuals with primary diagnoses of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and congestive heart failure (CHF).

The model employs Community Paramedic Providers and leverages existing partnerships in the community to better promote continuity of care, standardize chronic disease management, and improve overall health outcomes. Eligibility for Mobile Integrated Healthcare services is determined by the patient’s medical care team.

Patient Care-A-Van

Frisbie Memorial Hospital offers to eligible patients transportation services to a scheduled healthcare appointment. Services are available to eligible patients on a first come, first served basis.

To qualify, patients must be able to board shuttle on own or with assistance from the individual accompanying the patient. A van is also available to accommodate patients who are wheelchair-bound. For information about eligibility and program requirements, visit the Transportation Services page.