Patient transfer exceptions
Patients not appropriate for Hudson Hospital are few, but include those who require:
- Behavioral health
- Burn care
- Cardiac catheterization
- Critical care
- Interventional radiology
How does the patient transfer process work?
When you call HealthPartners Direct, you’ll speak with a specially trained staff member. They’ll ask you a few questions, and then connect you with a member of our care team. We’ll arrange a safe, timely patient transfer – if necessary.
Necessary patient transfer information
When you call, we'll ask a series of questions about the patient and provider to ensure that the patient is promptly and successfully transferred into our care. With this information, we’ll connect the referring provider with the appropriate services.
Please have the following information ready. (Note: We may ask additional triage questions, depending on the patient’s diagnosis.)
- Caller name
- Callback phone numbers (including direct number to referring provider, if different than the caller)
- Provider first and last name
- Patient demographics (including first name, last name, date of birth and medical record number)
- Diagnosis and reason for transfer
- Isolation precautions
- IV drip medications (other than saline)
Why Hudson Hospital & Clinic
Hudson Hospital & Clinic opened its doors in 1953, and has been providing quality, personalized care to the St. Croix Valley community ever since. We work hard to provide the best experience for every patient. Our board-certified experts provide top medical care in a wide range of specialties. And we’ve used conscious design throughout the buildings and landscaping to make our campus a place of serenity and healing.
Along the way, Hudson Hospital & Clinic has been honored with numerous local and national awards that show our dedication to high-quality care and our community, including a five-star rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (this places us in the top 9% of hospitals in the U.S.) and recognition as a Top 50 critical access hospital by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Hudson Hospital & Clinic highlights include:
- A newly expanded
Hudson Hospital & Clinic Emergency Centerthat’s designated as a Level IV Trauma hospital by the state of Wisconsin, and staffed by Level I Trauma-certified physicians and nurses
- The Hudson Hospital & Clinic Birth Center
- Our Infusion Center where adults and children can get their needed chemotherapy, immunotherapy, fluids and injections
- Specialty care for mental and behavioral health, internal medicine, dermatology, nephrology and rheumatology
Begin a hospital admission
We’re ready 24/7 to help you get started on a patient transfer directly to Hudson Hospital & Clinic.