Free parking is available in surface lots to the east and south of Parkview Regional Medical Center, as well as in the parking garage. The hospital’s main entrance faces Parkview Plaza Drive and can be accessed at Entrance 1. Adjoining specialty centers, such as the Parkview Comprehensive Cancer Center and Parkview Ortho Hospital, have separate parking lots with convenient parking. See the campus map for entrance and parking lot locations. Free valet parking service is also available during regular business hours at many entrances.
MedLink Public Transportation Service
Parkview Regional Medical Center is served by the MedLink bus route, a service of Citilink that is funded by Parkview Health. This service operates hourly Monday-Friday, 8 a. m. – 5 p m. The route connects the Parkview Regional Medical Center and Parkview Hospital Randallia campuses and also connects with Citilink routes 1, 2, 3, 4 & 21 as well as destination points along the Medlink route. Passenger fares follow Citilink’s current rate structure ($1.25/ride with discounts available).
Printable route map.
Visiting hours vary depending on each patient’s expressed wishes and medical condition, as well as the judgment of medical staff members who are providing treatment. Please check with the nursing station for the area in which the patient is staying.
All Parkview Health campuses are tobacco-free. No tobacco use of any kind is permitted – inside or outside – on the property. Parkview’s decision to be tobacco-free demonstrates an ongoing commitment to a healthier work environment and a better experience for patients and their families.
Parkview Regional Medical Center Restaurant
Patient families, visitors and the general public are all welcome in the restaurant, located behind the main lobby. A wide array of dining options is available, from made-to-order meals and fresh-baked pizza to salads, snacks and hot and cold drinks. Special foods are offered for diners with dietary restrictions. Outdoor dining on the patio provides a change of pace in pleasant weather.
Coffee cafés are located at points throughout the medical center campus. These cafés offer sandwiches, fruit, veggies, desserts, grab-‘n’-go salads and snacks, as well as a variety of beverages and coffee drinks.
- Main floor of the Parkview Heart Institute
Espresso drinks featuring Seattle’s Best Coffee®
- Entrance to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Espresso drinks featuring Starbucks® coffees
- Lobby of the Outpatient Center
Espresso drinks featuring Seattle’s Best Coffee
- Lobby of the Ortho Hospital
Espresso drinks featuring Starbucks Coffee
At Your Request Room Service Dining® is a registered trademark of Sodexo. Seattle’s Best Coffee® is a registered trademark of Seattle’s Best Coffee, LLC. Starbucks® is a registered trademark of Starbucks Corporation.
Located just off the lobby, adjacent to the restaurant, the gift shop offers a broad assortment of merchandise. In addition to flowers, greeting and gift cards, convenience items and snacks, the shop sells:
- Toys and stuffed animals
- Books and media
- Specialty, religious, mother and baby gifts
- Aromatherapy and relaxation products
- Jewelry and fashion accessories
- Fitness and wellness items
- Products from local businesses
- Supplies for orthopedic, cardiovascular and rehab needs
To order items from the gift shop, call (260) 266-1490.
Calls to patient rooms
Family and friends may call a patient directly by dialing (260) 266- and the last four digits of the patient’s room number. If you do not know the room number, call the switchboard at (260) 266-1000 for assistance. Calls to patients in any of the intensive care units will be routed to the appropriate nursing station.
Cell phone use
Please be aware that cell phone use is restricted in some areas of the hospital due to possible interference with biomedical equipment.
The hospital has a free Internet Wi-Fi Hotspot network for use by patients and visitors.
Patients should send home with a family member or friend all valuables or large sums of money, or give them to the nurse so a security officer may store them in the hospital safe until the patient is discharged. Personal articles such as curling irons, hair dryers, radios, etc, should be left at home. The hospital cannot be responsible for any item of value kept in patient rooms.
Sign language/translator services are available on an as-needed basis. To receive on-site Spanish and Burmese services, ask a nurse to assist you or call Culture Link at (260) 373-4666. For 24/7 Over-the-Phone Interpretation services, access a blue CyraCom phone located in all departments of the hospital. To speak to a sign language interpreter, call the League for the Blind and Disabled, at (260) 441-0551 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. For after-hours service, call (260) 481-8153.
Located on the second floor, the Chapel offers a tranquil place for prayer or reflection anytime. Chaplains are available to patients and their families 24 hours a day by request made to any member of the care team. A listing of local houses of worship is also available upon request.
Ronald McDonald House at Parkview
The new Ronald McDonald House® at Parkview will offer a home-away-from-home for families of ill or injured children hospitalized at Parkview. Construction is currently underway on the new Ronald McDonald House, which will be located inside the Parkview Women’s & Children’s Hospital on the Parkview Regional Medical Center campus. The House will open in December 2012. It will feature 10 guest rooms, two bedrooms designed for high-risk pregnant mothers, a kitchen, a large family-style dining room, a gathering room, a den, a laundry room, and a computer library.
During this transition, overnight accommodations are still available. To make arrangements, contact Lisa Pacula, executive director, Ronald McDonald House at Parkview, at (260) 373-3591.
Thanks to generous community donations, families going through a stressful time are able to use the services of the Ronald McDonald House at no cost. For more information, visit www.rmhc-neindiana.org or call (260) 373-3591.
Ronald McDonald House® is a registered trademark of McDonald’s Corporation.
Artwork can play an important role in healing for both patients and visitors. At the medical center, you’ll find beautiful, original artwork throughout the facility, including many pieces by local artists. An example is the Murosity project at the center of the Emergency Department, created by community members with guidance from local artists. Together with the warm color palette and beautiful architecture, the facility’s artwork helps create an overall feeling of health and well-being.