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Practical Information You Should Know

  • A list of your current medications and the date of your last flu or pneumonia vaccinations

  • Personal identification, including a photo ID and insurance card

  • Personal items that you will need during your stay

What Not To Bring


Valuable items or money should be left at home. St. Joseph’s Hospital is not responsible for lost or damaged items.

Smoking Policy


St. Joseph's Hospital campus and its affiliated medical buildings are tobacco-free and the use of tobacco products by employees, patients, medical staff, students, contracted personnel, auxiliary, volunteers, visitors, vendors and tenants is prohibited. This policy applies to all hospital owned and managed buildings, properties and grounds.

How do I get a copy of my medical records?


To obtain copies of your medical records, download and complete our Authorization Form.

Then complete the authorized request through the following options:

  • Call or visit our Health Information Department at 618-526-5405. We are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. A photo identification will be requested to release copies of medical records.

  • Fax a request or authorization form to 618-526-4537

  • Access the MyChart portal and request records sent to your portal account.

Download Our Authorization Form Here

Patients & Guests

We offer a comprehensive approach for all your needs and work everyday to provide high quality, compassionate care.

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