Consumer Privacy Notice

Visit the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Privacy Policy and St. Elizabeth Physician's Privacy Policy for details regarding the categories of personal information collected through St. Elizabeth website properties and the organizational purpose(s) for which the information will be used to improve your digital consumer/patient experience. We do not sell or rent personally-identifying information collected.


Updated: 2018-05-26


If there's no real immediate threat, take steps to relax, such as breathing slowly and deeply. Having a talk with a friend or family member may help diminish fear.

When to seek immediate medical care

See a doctor immediately if:

  • Experiencing a panic attack, with symptoms such as a racing heart, shortness of breath, upset stomach, or a feeling of dread

When to make a doctor's appointment

Make an appointment to see a doctor if:

  • Disrupting ability to work or complete daily activities