Skip to content

Patient Info

Patient Information

Welcome to Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital

Our team of Physicians and Medical Practitioners care about you and your family. Whether you’re here for a minor emergency or require overnight care, Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital is always here to serve your health care needs.

What to expect

Walk in

Walk in for prompt care at Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospitalin White Hall.

See a doctor fast

Receive compassionate care from experienced doctors and advanced medical practitioners. Average wait times are less than 10 minutes.

Follow ups

Patients will be referred for follow-up care to make sure you’re well on your way to recovery.

What to bring

Please bring the following items to your Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital visit:

  • Picture ID (State or Nationally Issued)
  • Insurance card
  • Insurance co-pay


Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital accepts most insurance plans. If applicable, a co-payment will be collected during your visit. After your visit, we will work with your insurance plan to determine if there are any remaining charges.

For a list of accepted insurance plans, please contact your nearest facility.

Patient Rights and Responsibilities

Patients have a right to expect certain things about the care they will receive at Mon Health. Visit Mon Health’s website for a full review of patient rights and responsibilities.

Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information (Download Form)

Contraband Policy

Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital prohibits contraband – alcohol, chemical substances including flammables, illegal or unauthorized drugs, weapons, or other illegal or dangerous items. Please do not bring these items to the hospital or physician offices. If reasonably suspected to be in possession of such items, you could be subject to search.

No Tolerance for Workplace Violence Policy

Our hospital is a healing environment. We understand this is a stressful situation for all involved; however, aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. Click here to learn more.

Thank a Nurse!

Show thanks by sharing your story of how a nurse made a positive difference you will never forget.

Learn More