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Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

Section 504 Notice of Program Accessibility

The regulation implementing Section 504 requires that an agency/facility “…adopt and implement procedures to ensure that interested persons, including persons with impaired vision or hearing, can obtain information as to the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities that are accessible to and usable by disabled persons.” (45 C.F.R. §84.22(f))

Conway Medical Center and all its programs and activities are accessible to and usable by disabled persons, including persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, or blind, or who have other sensory impairments. Access features include:

  • Curb cuts and ramps between parking areas and buildings.
  • Level access into first floor level with elevator access to all other floors.
  • Fully accessible offices, meeting rooms, bathrooms, public waiting areas, cafeteria, patient treatment areas, including examining rooms and patient wards.
  • A full range of assistive and communication aids provided to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, or blind, or with other sensory impairments. There is no additional charge for such aids. Some of these aids include:
    • Qualified sign language interpreters for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
    • A twenty-four hour (24) telecommunication device (TTY/TDD/Relay Operator) which can connect the caller to all extensions within the facility and/or portable (TTY/TDD) units, for use by persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired.
    • Readers for the blind and large print materials for the visually impaired.
    • Flash cards, alphabet boards and other communication boards.
    • Assistive devices for persons with impaired manual skills.

If you require any of the aids listed above, please let the receptionist or your nurse know.
In addition, the hospital Interpreter can be contacted at 843-234-5467.

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Foundation

The Conway Medical Center Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all individuals in the Conway Medical Center service area.

Notice of Data Breach

Conway Medical Center (“CMC”) is notifying individuals of an incident that involved personal information of some of its patients and patients’ financial guarantors. Please find more information here: 

Patient Portal

Our combined Patient Portal allows patients to electronically access their medical records for both their hospital and physician office encounters at their convenience on any computer, tablet or mobile device that has internet connectivity.