An automated teller machine (ATM) is located off the Atrium in the West Entrance Lobby on Level 2, offering a variety of banking services.
Packages and flowers can be sent to the Information Desk for forwarding.
Visitors may want to shop in the Elizabeth R. Mack Gift Shop, adjacent to the Boymel lobby on the first floor. The gift shop offers a wide selection of unique gift items, greeting cards, books, magazines, stationery, plants, cosmetics, jewelry and toiletries. Cash, debit cards, Discover, Mastercard and Visa are accepted. Call 513-686-5151 for more information.
The Jewish Hospital Cafeteria is located on Level 1 near the Main Lobby.
Located in the cafeteria, vending machines are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Soups, sandwiches other food items and beverages are available. A change machine and microwaves are also available.
Located in the West building above the atrium on the 3rd floor, Lobby Latte serves beverages, snacks and pastries.
The Cincinnati Enquirer and The Cincinnati Post are available from coin-operated vending machines at the West Entrance and the Main Entrance. USA Today is available in the cafeteria.
Click here for a listing of overnight accommodations near The Jewish Hospital.
Free parking is available for patients and visitors in the hospital parking garage, located to the right when entering the hospital campus from East Galbraith Road. Entrance to the hospital can be made from level P1. Parking for the physically impaired is available in front of both the West Entrance and the Main Entrance to the hospital. These spaces are reserved for patients and visitors with state-issued placard and/or licenses. We ask that these spaces be respected. There is also reserved parking for physical therapy and radiation patients. Due to the low clearance in the parking garage, parking spaces for vans are only provided in the surface lot. Both parking areas can be accessed from Galbraith Road.
Patient information, patient room numbers and telephone numbers can be found by calling 513-686-3201.
A "FreeFone" is available in the main lobby for visitors. Pay telephones are available in most waiting areas.
Security officers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can be contacted through the hospital operator.
For the health of our patients, visitors, employees, volunteers and medical staff, The Jewish Hospital is tobacco-free. This includes all facilities and vehicles on campus.
General Visiting Hours
1 – 8 p.m.
Children must be 14 years of age or older to visit a patient and should be accompanied by an adult. Please do not leave children unattended in the lobby or the West Entrance.
Intensive Care Units
9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Open Heart Recovery
1 – 2 p.m.
Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit
No children under the age of 14 are allowed on the unit. You should not come to the unit if you are ill. Before entering the unit, you must first call on the phone just outside the entrance of the unit. State the name of the patient you would like to visit. The nurse will check with the patient on whether it is a good time for visitors.
When you enter the unit, you must first stop at the scrub sink and thoroughly wash your hands. You may then proceed to the patient’s room. Fresh flowers, fresh fruits and vegetables are not permitted on the unit.
Visitor lounges are located in the lobby and the surgery and emergency room waiting areas.
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