Find the information you need about Parkview Health’s policies, terms of use, and privacy practices here in our legal Q&A.

What is the Joint Commission?

Several of our hospitals are accredited by The Joint Commission. Accreditation means that each hospital has demonstrated compliance with organizational, patient care and safety standards.

Visit The Joint Commission Information page to learn more about The Joint Commission Right of Notification of Safety or Quality Concern.

What is Parkview's non-discrimination policy?

Parkview Health complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. 

See the full policy

What are my rights as a patient?

Parkview Health believes you have the right to make decisions about your healthcare. Learn all about the rights and responsibilities of patients, how we care for you and how to share your concerns in our patient rights and responsibilities page.

What are Parkview's privacy practices?

We are dedicated to protecting your privacy and your sensitive healthcare information. 

Read our full privacy practices

Where can I learn about privacy and terms of use for this site?

Looking for legal information on the terms of use, privacy of and more? Find it all on our Privacy and Terms of Use page.

Do I have protections against surprise billing?

Yes. When you get emergency care or are treated by an out-of-network provider at an in network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you are protected from balance billing (sometimes called “surprise billing”).

Learn more about surprise billing protections

What are the terms of use for Parkview OnDemand?

Parkview OnDemand is a service for established patients seeking non-emergency advice.

See the full terms and conditions of use regarding Parkview OnDemand