Patient & Visitor Information
Welcome to Sharon Regional Medical Center! We sincerely thank you for choosing our hospital.
Our physicians, nurses, and staff look forward to treating you and placing you on the path to better health. We strive to successfully meet your individual needs with respect, dignity, and care in a comfortable environment.
We Are Committed To Protecting Your Health.
Anyone under the age of 14 who is not seeking medical treatment is not permitted in the hospital.
No Visitors are permitted in the Behavioral Health Unit.
Entering the Hospital
Visitors should continue to enter through the Emergency Room Doors where they will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. All persons entering the hospital must be screened prior to entering the hospital. This includes visitors, employees, providers and vendors (limited access only).
Visitors are also required to wear a face mask. .
Telephone interpreter services are available free to patients who do not understand English, either verbally or in writing. A nurse or registrar will obtain these services for you. Interpreter services is available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Please contact 724-983-3905.
Please read the information found in these webpages carefully; it should answer many of your questions. We also encourage you to let us know how we are doing. Continuously improving the quality of our patient care is of utmost importance to us. Thank you again for choosing Sharon Regional.
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As a health care facility, Sharon Regional Medical Center takes seriously its responsibility to model healthy behavior. Our tobacco-free policy means that patients, visitors, employees, and physicians are prohibited from using tobacco products anywhere inside or outside health system properties located in Sharon, Hermitage, and Mercer, PA, and in Hubbard and Brookfield, OH.
Sharon Regional Medical Center offers several smoking cessation programs and supports groups to its patients, the public and employees. For more information on these programs, please call (724) 983-3911.
Doctors on the medical staff practice independently and are not employees or agents of Steward Health Care hospitals.