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Admissions & Disposition (A&D)



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  • Compliance Program
  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Third Party Collections
  • Admissions and Dispositions
  • DoD/VA Sharing Agreement
  • Civilian Emergencies
  • Patient Rights & Responsibilities
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  • Third Party Claims
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    Admission and Disposition Office is located on the first floor (main wing of hospital) Oceanside in Room 1A-017. A&D office is open 24 hours/7 days a week. All admissions, pre-admissions, Ambulatory Procedures Visits (APV) are processed in this section. During the pre-admission, APV process you will be provided with information on Patient’s rights and responsibilities and obtaining an Advanced Directive if you don’t already have one. If you have an Advanced Directive prepared, you will need to bring it with you at the time of pre-admission or day of surgery. You will also be asked to complete a DD Form 2569, Third Party Collection Program-Record of other Health Insurance. For any questions related to the admissions process, the admissions clerk can be reached at (808) 433-6112 / 433-6648/ 433-3292.

    For more information regarding your stay, visit Tripler Army Medical Center Guide to Guest Services.


    Eligibility for Care:
    Patient eligibility for care is checked at the time of registration for Pre-Admission and Ambulatory Procedure Visit (APV). The ID card is used to validate eligibility when you arrive in the Admission and Disposition office. All children aged ten and older, must possess a valid ID card and present at the time of registration. There are various circumstances which will require eligible children under the age of 10 to possess an ID card. You may contact the ID card section at (808) 433-9166 to find out the specifics regarding your situation.

    Care will not be denied if patient does not have an ID card. You will be required to go to the Admissions office to complete a Temporary Authorization for Medical Care form. A copy will be kept in the Treasurer’s office and you will be requested to return with a valid ID card within thirty days. However if a valid ID card is not presented a bill will be sent to the patient or other health care insurance provider for any care rendered to a patient that is not eligible for care.

    For more information regarding eligibility, click here.


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