Take it easy.

Let us make the process easier.

Checking into Pottstown Hospital can be quick and stress-free–if you take a little time to prepare. Follow the links below for some tips and lists that will help you (and us), make the process a little easier.


Get ready. Get set.

It's all about preparation.

Completing paperwork before you arrive saves time and reduces stress at check-in.

You can securely pre-register for all inpatient and outpatient services, including diagnostic testing, by completing our ONLINE REGISTRATION form at least three business days before your procedure date.

You can also pre-register by phone by calling (610) 327-7548.


We'll get you where you need to be.

Where to go and what to bring.

Our admissions/registration desk is located in the lobby of the main building.

Arrive on time:

Our admitting hours are:
Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.: Main Lobby
Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – Noon, and any day after 11 p.m. : Emergency Room

Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment.

If you are scheduled for surgery, your surgeon's office will let you know if you need to arrive any earlier. Your doctor's office will also pre-schedule any pre-admission test(s), such as blood work, chest X-ray, etc., if needed.

Remember to bring:

  • all current health insurance information, including your insurance card
  • a photo ID
  • physician orders and prescriptions for any tests you will receive
  • referrals from your primary care physician (if your insurer requires them)
  • a payment method for deductibles and co-payments (Financing is also available)
  • your advance directive, if you have one

Call us:

For more information, or if you're unsure of anything we require, please contact:

Pre-Admission Surgery
Carol Soltes, Nursing Coordinator
(610) 327-7570

Outpatient Care Pavilion
Sheila Heydt, Pre-Admission Staff Nurse
(610) 327-7507

All patients are admitted to Pottstown Hospital without regard to race, creed, color, sex religion, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, economic status, educational background, or the source of payment for care.