At Dupont Hospital we take your safety and security seriously. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to speak with any team member.
- The main entrance is closed each night at 9:00 P.M. and opens each morning at 5:00 A.M. The Emergency Department entrance and the Birthplace entrance are open 24 hours a day.
- Free valet parking is available for your convenience Monday through Friday, 6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
- Security is available to escort guests or family members to and from their cars by calling (260) 416-3266.
- Surveillance cameras are located throughout the hospital.
- Our team conducts regular drills, including fire, disaster and other emergency drills to ensure that we are prepared to meet any challenge.
- We take the security of our newborns very seriously and have instituted safeguards. Infant security measures can be found in our postpartum handbook.
The Joint Commission
Dupont Hospital is committed to patient safety. Please call 260 416-3057 to share any compliments or concerns. Or you may click here or call (800) 994-6610 to share any comments regarding patient safety with TJC. We are fully accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC).
United States Department of Health & Human Services:
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Click here for a patient safety fact sheet developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association.
Tobacco Free Campus
The Dupont Hospital as well as all Lutheran Health Network hospitals in Allen County are tobacco free. The use of any tobacco products (cigarettes, cigars, chew, etc.) are prohibited on the campus for employees, volunteers, patients, medical staff, visitors and vendors.
Secondhand smoke has been proven to be harmful. In the healthcare environment, it is especially important that those who may have compromised immune systems or other health conditions, that leave them more susceptible to the effects of secondhand smoke, not be exposed to it while on the hospital campus. The tobacco-free policy was not created to infringe upon the right of personal choice, but instead, it was created to promote and protect the health of those for whom we provide care.