COVID-19 has caused us all to rethink
the way we manage our personal,
business, and medical relationships.
Because good health is imperative to
fight any coronavirus, continuing your
healthcare regimen is vital. At Meadows
Health, we have been committed to
your care and safety for over 56 years.
With that commitment in mind,
we’ve implemented several new
forms of technology that will
ensure you can continue your
normal well-being routines and
lab visits without compromising
your safety. Discover all the ways
Meadows Health is putting you
VIRTUAL WAITING ROOM
The next time you visit us, you
will have a chance to experience
our virtual waiting room. This
allows us to safely see patients
with technology that supports
social distancing. It works
through text messaging to enable a
conversational style registration and
remote check-in. It also allows typical
intake forms to be digitized and
MEADOWS HEALTH DRIVEUP LAB
Medical screenings save lives. Those
who have been putting off getting lab
work due to the coronavirus pandemic
now have a safer option at Meadows
Health with curbside lab service.
Patients can check-in from their phones,
and the phlebotomist comes right out
to the car to perform blood draws. The
process is quick, safe and convenient.
Keeping you safe has always been
our top priority. Your health is too
important to delay. The trusted care you
deserve is right here at home.
To find out more about our safety
updates and virtual waiting room visit
www.meadowshealth.com or follow us
on Facebook @MeadowsHealth
HOW I T WORKS
Outpatient Appointments Outpatient Labs
Patients scheduled for an appointment at Meadows Regional
Medical Center will receive a text message reminder 1-hour
prior to their appointment.
Upon arrival in the parking area, the patient should respond
to the reminder notice by typing the letter “A” in the message
line. The patient will receive a text message acknowledging
arrival for the scheduled appointment and asking him/her to
remain in the vehicle until hospital staff lets him/her know
when to come in.
After checking in, the patient will
also receive a text with an eForms
link with instructions to complete
the registration forms electronically
on their phone before entering the
building. If the patient chooses not
to complete the forms electronically,
they will receive a text telling them
to come into the hospital and which
registration room to go to.
Once the Registrar is ready for the
patient, he/she will receive a text
message with instructions on where
After the procedure is completed,
the patient will receive a survey text
Upon entering each parking lot look for signage that
instructs patients to go to meadowshealth.com on their
Once the webpage loads, patients will press the “Get in
Line” banner. If patients do not use text messaging on
their cell phones, there is a phone number listed on the
signage to check-in.
After the patient selects the “Get In Line” option, a
registration window will appear on their cell phone.
Patients will complete the short form and scroll down to
select the blue “Get In Line” button at the
bottom of the screen. The patient will need
to click the box to “Send me text message
notifications” and to accept the Terms of
A text message will appear
confirming the patient’s checkin.
An additional message will
notify the patient when the
phlebotomist is on the way to