Patient & Visitor Services

Thank you for choosing Appling HealthCare System

Information related to a patient’s stay (i.e. visiting hours, patient rights & responsibilities) are located in our Patient Guide, coming soon.

Patient Forms

Appling Rehab Patient Information Sheet

Attendance and Authorization to Disclose Health Information

Copy of Patient Record of Disclosures

Medical History Information

Pain Scale Assessment

Your comments and concerns are important to us

We want to hear from you regarding your satisfaction with our care and services, as well as suggestions for improvement. To help us measure our efforts, we follow up with our patients after their hospital stay, and if we contact you by mail, we hope you will take a moment to respond to our survey questions (provided by NRC Picker). Your comments will help us improve the way we provide care. We also welcome and encourage your comments at any time. All information is used to support our efforts to continually improve the quality of your care and safety. We encourage you to call the Patient Liaison to share your concerns at (912) 367-9841 ext.1283.

Should we be unable to resolve your concerns, we encourage you to contact the Georgia Department of Community Health, Two Peachtree St, NW Atlanta, GA 30303 (404-657-5726 or 800-878-6442).

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Implementation Strategy

We at Appling Healthcare System are committed to improving the health and wellness of our community through providing exceptional care, as well as offering resources that promote healthy lifestyles.

As a part of this commitment, Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) are conducted by collaborating with a distinctive partnership of community stakeholders and Georgia Health Policy Center to better understand and identify the health needs of our community served by Appling Healthcare System. We drive the CHNA with systematic, comprehensive data collection, and analysis.

These documents are made publicly available in compliance with Internal Revenue Service and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) tax law requirements section 501(r). The law requires hospital facilities owned and operated by an organization described in Code section 501(c)(3) to conduct CHNA once every three years.  Any feedback regarding the CHNA can be addressed to

2013 Appling Healthcare Community Needs Assessment

2016 Appling Healthcare Community Needs Assessment

2016 Appling Healthcare Implementation Strategy