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Parking for patients and visitors is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Patients and visitors are asked to park in designated areas. We encourage you to lock your car. If something happens and you need assistance with your vehicle, please call 260-724-2145 ext. 0.
There are specially designed lounge areas for visitors on each patient floor and on the main floor in the lobby.
A meditation chapel is located on the first floor. We welcome visitors of all faiths to visit the chapel for prayer and quiet reflection.
The hospital has access to interpreters for several languages as well as those with hearing and sight impairments, should a patient require it. Please call 260-724-2145, ext. 12907, for assistance.
Registration/Main Entrance Hours:
- Monday – Thursday: 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- Saturday: 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- Sunday: Closed (registration is available in the Emergency Department)
Please proceed to the Emergency Department entrance if the main entrance is closed.
We believe comprehensive patient care demands attention to the spiritual needs as well as the physical and emotional requirements of each patient. Representatives of your religious affiliation are always welcome.
Adams Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free facility. In certain cases, your physician may opt to prescribe a nicotine patch while you are a patient.
Special regulations are in effect in areas where patients are receiving oxygen. Electrically operated equipment and aerosol products are not permitted in these areas. Absolutely no smoking is permitted in any room.
Patients are encouraged not to keep items of value with them while in the hospital. Valuable items should be sent home with family if possible. This hospital does not accept responsibility for items kept in your room or at the bedside.
While you are in the hospital, a physician will prescribe all your medications. The hospital pharmacy will dispense the medications, and a caregiver will administer them to you. Patients are not permitted to administer their own drugs or keep personal medications at their bedsides.