St. Vincent Randolph in Winchester, IN is a critical access hospital with telemetry monitored patient beds. The emergency services staff at St. Vincent Randolph are committed to family-focused medicine providing ER services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Long-term acute care is also available at the hospital.
Our surgeons and staff perform many types of general surgery and laparoscopic procedures. Outpatient services will coordinate pre-op clinical lab tests and medical imaging. The medical imaging department is ACR accredited (CT, MRI, diagnostic radiology, needle biopsy, ultrasound, vascular testing,and digital mammography). Our staff upholds the highest in imaging safety standards, and our goal is to provide all services in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
In conjunction with the St. Vincent Anderson, St. Vincent Randolph is an IOPO recognized organ transplant procurement site.
A variety of medical specialists have clinics at St. Vincent Randolph, including specialists in cardiology, gastroenterology, general surgery, hematology/oncology, nephrology, pulmonology, urology, functional medicine and women’s health. Rehabilitation services include PT, OT, and speech therapy. Our hospital offers many support programs (bariatric, diabetes care and nutritional support) and health screening tests as part of the Farm Health Initiative outreach program. We partner with local businesses and organizations to provide occupational health and wellness programs.
The John Paul and Olive Clark Birthing Center provides a maternity services approach at St. Vincent Randolph. This approach helps you prepare for and personalize the birthing experience, and supports you after you and baby go home. The beautiful unit features labor-delivery, recovery and postpartum suites, each appointed with an armoire with TV/DVD and VCR player; pull-out couch for your support person to stay overnight; mini refrigerators; and a relaxing whirlpool tub. The Birth Place has a level one nursery and access to a level three nursery at St. Vincent Women’s Hospital for additional medical care. Nursing staff have special training in caring for newborns.
St. Vincent Randolph Specialty Clinic provides a convenient, easily accessible location for specialists to care for patients on an outpatient basis. This brings to our area on a regular basis a variety of highly specialized, trained physicians who might otherwise only be available in larger communities. The specialists work closely with the local practitioners to provide the best care possible.
Current specialties include cardiology, gastroenterology, general surgeons, hematology/oncology, nephrology, pulmonology, urology, functional medicine, and women’s health providers. The specialists are available by appointment. Call 765-584-0339 for additional information.
Coordinated gastroenterology care for a full spectrum of GI with onsite endoscopic and colonoscopy procedures, and the advanced treatment of reflux, inflammatory bowel disease and other GI and pelvic health concerns.
A specially trained nurse practitioner in functional medicine through the St. Vincent Randolph Wellness Medicine clinic treats men and women who are seeking a healthier and more holistic approach to managing chronic disease or persistent acute health concerns. For more information or an appointment, call 765-584-0339 or 765-646- 8247.
This clinic provides urologic care to children and adults, including diagnostic tests to detect prostate and bladder cancers, treatment of overactive bladder (OAB), and related incontinency concerns.
Chemotherapy, IV Therapy and Wound/Ostomy Treatment
St Vincent Randolph Outpatient Chemotherapy offers a convenient location for the treatment of a broad range of medical problems. An oncologist/hematologist and staff of certified oncology nurses are available for individualized cancer treatment programs. The Infusion Clinic manages patients who are in need of outpatient antibiotics, hydration, therapeutic injections or blood transfusions. Wound and ostomy treatments are provided by certified wound/ostomy nurses. All treatments are provided by physician referral/order and by appointment. For more information, call 765-584-0541.
St. Vincent Randolph offers a medically supervised cardiac rehabilitation program to help improve the health and well-being of individuals who have recently had or have been diagnosed with a heart attack. St. Vincent Randolph is part of the Indiana Heart Attack Network supported by the cardiologists at St. Vincent Heart Center in Indianapolis.
Occupational Health and Wellness – available to businesses and organizations of all sizes. For information call 765-584-0528
Endocrinology led clinic includes nurse educators and registered dietitians who provide nutritional counseling. Our wound healing expertise focuses on the quality of life needs of our diabetic patients. For more information call 765-584-0004.
A division of St. Vincent Anderson Regional coordinates supplies and equipment for home health care needs in central Indiana. For information call 800-552-3434
Provided in a compassionate environment are available at our hospital as an inpatient service.
St. Vincent Randolph Rehabilitation Services is committed to the Spirit of Caring through quality, hands-on, personalized service. The Rehab Team of highly-trained professionals takes a holistic approach to physical therapy needs—treating mind, body, and spirit.
After a thorough examination, therapists use all the information that has been gathered to determine a plan of action to meet each patient’s needs and goals. Occupational therapy is appropriate for individuals dealing with back or neck pain, or suffering from a work, leisure, or sports injury. Occupational therapists are available to help individuals enhance sports performance.
Injuries benefitting from occupational/physical therapy services include: arthritis pain and dysfunction; balance impairments or vertigo; post-surgical rehabilitation; athletic injuries; work conditioning; functional capacity evaluations; back, neck and shoulder pain; hip, knee and foot pain; headaches and TMJ disorders.
Specialties Include rehabilitation of joints, such as ACL/PCL and meniscus; rotator cuff tears, spinal fusions, cervical and lumbar discectomy; tendonitis and overuse injuries; strains and sprains, arthritis and specialties, such as manual therapy, taping and strapping, functional training and athletic training, performance enhancement, athletic injury preventions, and industrial rehabilitation. For more information, call 765-584-0542
Do you snore, or have insomnia and frequently feel tired? Talk to your physician about having a sleep study. Our physician who specializes in respiratory conditions and sleep disorders will analyze the study and make recommendations. For an appointment call 765-584-0227.
A chaplain and chapel are available to patients and their loved ones. For information, call the Pastoral Care Office at 765-584-0170. If it is an emergency, or after hours, please contact the chaplain by calling 765-546-9770.
We welcome inquiries from volunteers called to serve as pastoral care lay-ministers. To submit a prayer request to our Pastoral Care team, click here and complete the form.
Call 765-584-0929 to speak with a Health Access Worker, who can help individuals who are uninsured or under-insured find a doctor; get medications at free and reduced cost; apply for health coverage (Medicaid, Healthy Indiana Plan, Medicare, Hoosier Healthwise); applying for public programs (Food Stamps, TANF, Social Security, WIC, Breast and Cervical Cancer Program); and connection to other community resources and agencies for assistance.
Smoking cessation can improve your long-term health, reducing the risk for developing heart and stroke diseases, and cancer. For more information, call 765-584-0835.
St. Vincent Randolph Women’s Center utilizes state-of–the-art diagnostic techniques, including the latest, curved design mammography equipment to offer a more comfortable, faster exam to detect breast disease. Sophisticated equipment includes:
St. Vincent Randolph is accredited by the American College of Radiology for mammography services. For general information, call 765-584-0296. To schedule a mammogram at the Women’s Center call 765-584- 0997.
St. Vincent outpatient services provide safe, convenient, and comprehensive care for patients without the need for hospitalization. Care is provided by specialized physicians and nurses, with the dedication and attention to detail you expect from St. Vincent. St. Vincent Randolph provides outpatient services including sleep disorder testing and treatment, rehabilitation therapy, and laboratory services and tests required prior to surgery.
St. Vincent Randolph is committed to providing culturally and linguistically appropriate care to all our patients and their families, especially those with limited English proficiency, deaf and hearing-impaired patients, as well as those with unique physical needs.
To access any of our specialized services in these areas, please call 765-584-0004 before or upon your arrival. If you are an inpatient, please let your nurse know and these services will be readily accessible to you.
The following sections will help you prepare for your hospital visit. You may be coming in for a procedure that will have you spending one or more nights, or you may be coming in for an outpatient (same-day) test or procedure. Either way, these helpful tips will help make your visit more comfortable.
We want you to feel comfortable while you are staying with us. Learn more about those who are available to help you during your stay.
St. Vincent personnel wear ID badges that are white with black lettering and include the St. Vincent doves symbol, a photo of the employee, and the person's title and/or department. All of our associates have one goal in mind: to care for you, our patient, to bring about your recovery as thoroughly and as quickly as possible.
Our associates are highly trained and directed by the philosophy of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, which calls upon them to protect and promote the dignity and rights of each person as they participate in the healing ministry of Christ.
Our physicians are members of the St. Vincent medical staff. Physicians consult with the nursing staff and possibly other medical personnel and are ultimately responsible for your medical care. If your doctor is in private practice, his/her services provided to you while in the hospital will be billed separately.
Our St. Vincent nursing staff are at the center of your health care team and are committed to providing you with exceptional nursing care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your nurses carry out your physician's orders for medical treatment and respond to your needs.
Use the nurse call system in your room to contact the nurses' station. Please feel free to ask your nurse if you have questions about your care at St. Vincent. A representative from hospital administration is also available upon request 24 hours a day by calling the hospital operator (0) from the phone in your room.
St. Vincent plays an important role in educating physicians and specialists. As a teaching medical center, care may be given to you by resident chaplains, physicians, and medical or nursing students during your stay. St. Vincent provides advanced experience for graduate physicians who are pursuing specialty training.
Professionals in training are called residents and are always under supervision. A doctor may also be called an “intern” or “house physician.” Residents may participate in your care under the supervision of your own physician, who is the “attending physician.” The availability and thoughtful contributions of house physicians are considered a vital part of high-quality patient care.
Technologists & Other Experts
Along with nurses and physicians, your medical care rests in the hands of numerous health care specialists. These include technologists in radiology and other departments, medical technologists in the laboratory, physical and occupational therapists, pharmacists, dietitians, chaplains, social workers, and many others who are available upon your request.
Numerous associates who are vital to the operation of St. Vincent Randolph, provide support to the doctors and nurses. These include administrators, unit managers, clerical workers, food and nutrition services personnel, housekeepers, maintenance workers, security officers, and others. Together, they support your caregivers and help make your stay at St. Vincent as pleasant as possible.
Over 1,000 volunteers regularly give their time at St. Vincent facilities, providing many services to enhance patient comfort. Volunteers deliver mail and flowers, work in the gift shop, provide assistance to patients and their families, and perform many other duties in nearly every hospital department. These volunteers in red shirts or jackets give an important gift to St. Vincent patients and visitors—their compassion, time, and service.
If you have concerns regarding the care you receive from any member of our care team or other concerns about your hospital stay, please contact one of the following associates:
To reach the unit/department director or the practice facilitator, please ask your nurse. To contact the administrative representative, dial "0" for the operator.
St. Vincent recognizes outstanding job performance, conscientious service, cooperation with fellow associates, and adherence to the St. Vincent philosophy, mission, and values. Nomination forms for Service Excellence awards are available through your nurse.
Our case management social workers are here to help you or your loved ones find the services that may be needed after leaving the hospital. They will listen to your concerns and help create a plan to meet immediate and long-term needs.
They can help with referrals to such services as:
Whether you are currently healthy or facing a health challenge, it is important to consider what your wishes would be if you were unable to give direction to your medical caregivers because of unforeseen circumstances.
Regardless of the reason for your upcoming hospital stay, now is a good time to consider documenting your wishes so that family members will be confident making decisions on your behalf should it ever become necessary. Thinking about your preferences and discussing them with family and friends is important.
Documents called advance directives will make your wishes known to your physician. These documents state your choices for health care or appoint someone to make those choices for you if you are unable to do so.
If you already have advance directives, please bring a copy with you to the hospital at the time of your admission.
The Patient Self-Determination Act went into effect on Dec. 1, 1991. This act requires hospitals, nursing facilities and other health care organizations to inform patients about advance directives by giving them written information at the time they are admitted.
If the patient has executed such a document, the signed document will then become a part of the patient's medical file for that admission only.
For years, fewer than 10 percent of all Americans had executed an advance directive. However, with the new law, both the young and old are encouraged to put their health care wishes in writing while they are still healthy and able to make these decisions.
Three types of advance directives can be prepared at St. Vincent. Call Pastoral Care, 338-2238, for assistance.
A fourth type of advance directive is also an option but cannot be prepared at St. Vincent. Many people consult an attorney for the preparation of this document:
If you have questions or concerns regarding advance directives, we encourage you to talk with your physician and loved ones. Even if you have been admitted to St. Vincent previously, we will need a current copy of your advance directive. Situations and wishes change so the hospital cannot assume that advance directives are valid from one admission to another.
If you need additional information about how to execute an advance directive, please contact the Pastoral Care Department at 765-584-0170. After business hours, please ask your nurse to page the hospital chaplain.
The gift shop is open Monday - Friday from 9:00 am - 7:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Food and beverages are available at St. Vincent Randolph, at the hospital cafeteria and through various vending machines located in the facility. The cafeteria is open from 6:30 am until 5:30 pm each day.
St. Vincent Randolph is located in Winchester. There are a variety of things to do and places to stay in the Winchester area. We have provided hotel and dining information and collected a few resources you might find helpful while you are here.
Holiday Inn Express and Suites
100 Holiday Drive
Portland, Indiana 47371
Randolph Inn & Suites
890 E. Washington Street
Winchester, IN 47394
Winchester Guest House Inn
1529 S. Old Hwy. 27
Winchester, In 47394
Bouser's Barn Restaurant & Catering
State Road 32
208 South Main Street
El Carreton Mexican Restaurant
918 E. Washington St.
House of Flavors
625 W. Washington St.
McDonalds of Winchester
911 E. Washington St.
Mrs. Wick's Pies
100 Cherry St.
Our Pizza House II
120 East Washington Street
510 E. Washington St.
931 E. Washington St.
Pizza Hut/Wing Street
914 E. Washington St.
The Randolph Grille
888 E. Washington St.
Towne Square Deli
143 West Franklin Street
Velia's Taco, LLC
214 West Franklin Street
Useful local information can be found at: Winchester News-Gazette
St. Vincent Randolph is committed to providing culturally and linguistically appropriate care to all our patients and their families. This is especially true for those with limited English proficiency, individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, and people with unique physical needs.
For assistance, please call 765-584-0004