Requests weekend visitations must be recieved by 11:00am on Friday. All later requests will be considered for the following weekend.
VFMC embraces the importance of family support in the recovery process.
During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with the guidance of local and federal government, we have suspended inperson visitation with our patients. Instead, we are implementing virtual visitation to allow two-way video conferencing for our patients and their families.
The person you are requesting to visit is a current patient.
Confirm the Request
The person you are requesting to visit has conferred with his or her counselor confirming the request and agreeing to its therapeutic value.
The person you are requesting to visit has provided consent for us to contact you via email with a scheduled time as well as directions for your virtual visitation period.
A valid email account
A free account from skype.com
A phone, tablet or computer with a video camera, microphone and internet access
Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital provides inpatient addiction treatment services for adults males 18 and over who reside in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Our progrâms serve employed individuals with commercial and third party insurance.as well as unemptoyed patients covered by Medical Assistance. Addicted individuals with HIV/AIDS and dually diagnosed persons are recognized as important sectors of our target population. In accorclance with Federal regulations, Valley Forge Medical Center gives preference to treatment as follows:
lnjection drug users
ALL HOSPITALS in Pennsylvania are Safe Havens including Valley ForgeMedicalCenter. We are there to protect your baby if you are not able to care for the baby properly. All you have to do is bring your newborn (up to 28 days old) into the hospital lobby and drop him/her off with any staff member. That’s all. As long as the baby is unharmed and not a victim of any crime, you will not be in any trouble.
No one will ask you any questions, no one will judge you and no one will say a word about your baby. In fact, you don’t even have to give your name or address.
You can provide medical information for the baby. But you don’t have to answer any questions.
To speak to someone about the Safe Haven Program or just to talk to someone, call confidentially at 1-866-921-SAFE (7233).
Any individual who has any concerns about patient care and safety at Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital, that the hospital has not addressed, is encouraged to contact the hospital’s management.
If these concerns cannot be resolved through the hospital, you may contact the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.