E-mail a Patient
E-mail cards are checked twice every day. On weekdays, emails are checked at 7 a.m. and hand-delivered to patients before 11 a.m., and also checked at 5 p.m. and hand-delivered to patients by 7 p.m. Delivery of e-mail cards may be delayed during holidays. E-mail received after the intended recipient has been discharged will not be delivered.
Please note that the e-mail card program is set up only to receive messages and cannot send outgoing replies. The Enloe e-mail card service respects message confidentiality. For more information about this program, please read our frequently asked questions below.
- What is the Enloe e-mail card service?
- How can I send an e-mail card?
- Is the e-mail card service free?
- When are the e-mails delivered to patients?
- Can the person I’m sending the e-mail card to send a response e-mail?
- Are the e-mail messages I send confidential?
Enloe’s e-mail card service is designed to provide friends and family members a convenient tool to communicate with patients at Enloe Medical Center by using this free service to send good wishes and encouraging messages.
Sending an e-mail card is easy. Simply scroll to the top of this page and click on the Send an e-mail card link to wish someone congratulations on the birth of a baby, happy birthday, get well soon, or just to let them know you are thinking of them. Once you click the link, a form will appear for you to enter your message. Then click “send.” It’s that easy!
Yes! The Enloe e-mail card service is FREE. It is provided and funded by Enloe Medical Center’s volunteers for patients and their families and friends.
e-mail cards are checked twice every day. They are checked at 7:00 a.m. and hand-delivered to patients before 11:00 a.m. and also checked at 5:00 p.m. and hand-delivered to patients by 7:00 p.m. Delivery of e-mail cards may be delayed during holidays. e-mail received after the intended recipient has been discharged will not be delivered.
The e-mail card service is set up only to receive messages and cannot send outgoing replies. If you have the patient’s full first and last name, you may contact the hospital’s main switchboard at (530) 332-7300 to speak with a patient.
All messages received are handled confientially. Upon receipt, your email will be placed in a sealed envelope and delivered directly to the patient’s room.