Below please find a list of frequently asked questions for Bloomington Meadows Hospital. We’re dedicated to providing excellent care for children, adolescents, and adults in our mental inpatient, acute mental health and addictions treatment programs. Browse our FAQ below and contact us for additional information.
Yes. Families are encouraged to call the hospital for information / updates at any time. Please realize that direct care staff working in the evenings may not have discharge information for you, but we encourage you to utilize your therapist as a resource for information during the treatment process. Patients may not be available for calls at times outside of scheduled phone times due to pre-scheduled groups and activities. The nurse working with your family member can update you at any time regarding behaviors and progress.
Phone times are as follows:
For privacy reasons, you will need to have a patient ID# and be listed on the patients’ approved call list in order to be connected to a patient while they are at Bloomington Meadows Hospital.
We are taking careful steps to protect our patients, staff members, and you during the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time, we are offering virtual visitation times for patients to see loved ones while staying in our care. In order to schedule a virtual visitation, please click on the Contact Us link. Please note that you will need the patient ID number and be on the release of information in order to schedule a virtual visitation. A Bloomington Meadows staff member will reach out to you to schedule your visit.
We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, but an Assessment and Referral specialist is available 24 hours/7 days a week at 812-331-8000. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
If you prefer to contact us via email, please click here to fill out a request information form.