Locations

Genesys Regional Medical Center

  • Hospital/Medical Center
  • Primary Care/Clinic
  • Imaging
  • Laboratory
  • Emergency Care
Hours Visiting Hours: 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Appointments

Visitor Information

Genesys Regional Medical Center offers a variety of resources and support for family members and visitors of patients at the hospital.

Genesys Regional Medical Center is open seven days a week during the following hours:

Main Atrium: 5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Women & Children's: 5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
(Remotely monitored by security 9 pm-5 am to allow access for laboring mothers)
Outpatient Diagnostics: 5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Inpatient Rehabilitation: 5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Emergency Services: Open 24 hours a day

Visiting hours in acute care areas are 5 am-9 pm seven days a week. After 9 pm, only one visitor per patient is allowed through the Emergency Services entrance. The visitor must be pre-approved by the patient's caregiver before he or she will be allowed entrance. Special accommodations will be given to adult visitors arriving with a laboring mother.

Visiting hours in intensive and critical care areas are based on the patient's condition. Visitation for each patient will be addressed by the patient's nurse. Visiting hours in critical care areas are generally 10 am- 3pm and 5 pm-9 pm. We recommend that children under the age of 10 not visit the intensive and critical care areas without special arrangement.

Please ask your visitors to call you first before their visit. This assures that you have not gone home, or that you have no medical procedure pre-scheduled at the time of their visit. If you are not in a private room, please consider the comfort of other patients and limit your visitors to two at a time.

Quiet Time hours observed to promote a healing environment
Genesys Regional Medical Center has designated Quiet Time hours to help create a healing environment for our patients. These times are from 1 pm – 3 pm and 11 pm – 4 am. Quiet Time hours are crucial for patient satisfaction as well as for healing purposes. Studies show that noise is a stressor and detrimental in the healing process for patients. Sleep is also an important factor in the recovery process. We ask all patients, visitors and as well as our associates to help us maintain a quiet, healing environment. Some ways that we are supporting Quiet Time hours are:

  • Dimming the lights where appropriate
  • Keeping overhead paging to a minimum
  • Phone conversations should be in a designated area away from all patient rooms
  • Patients should lower the volume when listening to music or watching TV
  • Ear plugs and warm blankets will be available for patients

Parking at Health Park
Parking at Genesys Health Park is both safe and convenient with parking areas adjacent to public entrances. With 24 hour security and well-lit lots, public parking areas are designed with flower names (Marigold, Honeysuckle, Buttercup, Iris and Geranium).
Employee parking areas are designated by letters (A, B, C, and D).

Main Parking Areas: The main parking areas (the Marigold, Honeysuckle and Buttercup lots) are across from the main entrance. Park in the Marigold, Honeysuckle or Buttercup lots if you are a visitor or have a physician appointment in the medical office building.

Outpatient Parking: If you are an outpatient, signage will lead you to a special entrance and parking area. The Iris lot is designated for outpatient parking.

Emergency Patient/Visitor Parking: If you are an emergency patient or visitor, signage will lead you to the emergency entrance. Please use the Geranium parking lot when parking.

Women and Children’s Center:
If you are expecting a baby, signage will lead you directly to the special entrance to the Women and Children’s Center.