Having a loved one, friend or family member in a hospital can be a stressful and difficult time for everyone involved. If you’re looking for a friend or family member who you think is (or might be) in a hospital, remember the personal details of the missing person, including their date of birth and sometimes address. Make a physical description or prepare a picture of the missing person. Then locate potential hospitals and call them. Ask about John/Jane Doe. It is the name given to a patient that doesn’t have identification. Go to the hospital and ask for the missing person by name at the front desk. You may have to explain what your relation to the missing person is for privacy reasons.
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