Memorial Health’s visitation policy is continuously revised and adjusted to support patients and their family in receiving care, while continuing to aid in the mitigation and spread of COVID-19.
Our current visitation policy states:
For patients admitted to the Inpatient Pavilion of Memorial Hospital, each patient may have two visitors during visitation hours of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visitors must enter through the Memorial Inpatient Pavilion (Entrance A).
Maternity patients of the Memorial Miracle Life Center may have two visitors during triage/labor/delivery. Up to four immediate family members may visit after delivery.
For patients receiving Emergency Room/Urgent Care services or outpatient care (procedures/surgeries/testing/imaging/therapies) at Memorial Hospital or at a Memorial medical center/service location, each patient is allowed two visitors. Visitors may be asked to wait in the waiting room/lobby at the discretion of the staff.
Visitors to Memorial Health must meet the following criteria:
- Masks are still the norm in healthcare facilities in Ohio, even for those who are fully vaccinated. While at Memorial Health, patients, visitors, employees, and vendors will continue to wear a face covering/mask. This measure allows Memorial to continue to protect vulnerable and immunocompromised patients, and ensure Memorial is a safe healthcare location for all.
- Wash hands frequently and maintain social distancing.
- Children under the age of 18 will be permitted to visit most units and must be accompanied and properly supervised by a non-patient adult.
In addition, visitation exceptions will be made in the case of patients under the age of 18, end-of-life situations, and patients with disabilities.
- For patients under the age of 18, each patients may have two visitors during their stay. Visitors must be parents or legal guardians.
- For end-of-life care, discretion will be made by the physician.
- For patients with disabilities, each circumstance will be evaluated on an individual basis and tailored to clinical situations.
Hospital Campus Map
Take a look to see what entrance you should use.
FOOD & MEALS
Our Bistro ’52 is located on the First Floor of the Inpatient Pavilion and provides a variety of freshly prepared foods, as well as grab-and-go options. Current hours are
Monday – Friday, 6:30am – 6:30pm
Saturday – Sunday, 7:00am – 1:30pm
Visitors may order Room Service from Bistro ‘52 by calling extension 3663.
Vending machines in the Emergency Department, near Bistro ‘52, and in the Miracle Life Center lobby offer snack foods, candy, and beverages. Free coffee stations are located in the lobby of the Emergency Department, in the Heart & Surgical Pavilion lobby, and in the Miracle Life Center.
Outdoor seating is available in the Healing Gardens adjacent to the Inpatient Pavilion, or outside the Miracle Life Center and on the patio of Bistro ’52.
THE MEMORIAL AUXILIARY GIFT SHOPS
Located on the First Floor of the Inpatient Pavilion, The Giftery offers personal care items, gifts, jewelry, baby gifts, greeting cards, candy, flower arrangements, and balloons. Our Memorial Auxiliary volunteers can assist with all your shopping needs! All proceeds are donated to the Memorial to improve and enhance the patient experience. Current hours are
Monday – Friday, 10:30am – 2:30pm
Located within our Memorial Cancer Center, our second Gift Shop named Journeys is designed with oncology patients and caregivers in mind! It offers items for those undergoing treatments, like wig caps, turbans, specialty skincare and more. In addition, the Giftery has a selection of inspirational gifts, snacks, and candies. Patients can also be fitted for free wigs, receive their complimentary comfort quilt, or access resource materials. Proceeds from Journeys are allocated by our Memorial Hospital Auxiliary towards projects that benefit our oncology and hematology patients. Journeys is open
Monday – Friday, 10:30am – 2:30pm
Our Spiritual Care Advocate is available to visit with patients and family, upon request. You can call (937) 578-6098, or ask a nurse to contact her.
- Memorial Hospital is a smoke-free facility. The use of tobacco products on any hospital-owned property is not permitted.
- For the health of all patients, we respectfully ask that you wash your hands or use sanitizing gel when entering a patient’s room. Please do not visit if you are ill with a cold, fever, diarrhea, flu, rash, or contagious disease.