Visiting Parkview Regional Medical Center
Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC) was designed with you in mind, and as a way to uphold our longstanding mission to provide quality health services to you. Below, we hope you find some resources that will help you during your time here, whether as a patient or visitor.
Getting here is easy. PRMC is near Dupont Road and I-69. Dedicated patient and visitor parking is available by nearly every entrance.
Visit Facility & Service Updates for most current visitor information and hours.
Printable campus map
Parkview Regional Medical Center’s dining area is currently open to patient guests from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. and co-workers 24/7. Made-to-order options close at 8 p.m. daily.
Located on the first floor, our dining area offers a casual atmosphere, a variety of delicious foods and an outside patio. The varied menu includes soups, salads, grilled items, entrees, stone-fired pizzas, desserts, snacks and a variety of beverages. To hear a recorded message listing featured menu options for the day, call (260) 266-6368.
Three coffee bars, operated by Parkview’s Nutrition Services Department, are available to guests on the Parkview Regional Medical Center campus:
Parkview Outpatient Center lobby
Espresso drinks featuring Starbucks® Self Service Kiosk
Hours: Monday – Friday, 24/7
Parkview Ortho Hospital lobby
Espresso drinks featuring Starbucks® coffee.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (closed 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.)
Parkview Heart Institute lobby
Espresso drinks featuring Starbucks® Self Service Kiosk.
Starbucks Coffee® is a registered trademark of Starbucks Corporation.
Seattle’s Best Coffee® is a registered trademark of Seattle’s Best Coffee, LLC.
Gift shop at Parkview Regional Medical Center
Located just off the main lobby, near the dining area, the gift shop offers a unique assortment of gifts, convenience items, reading materials, health and wellness products and snacks.
The gift shop is temporarily closed until Monday, March 1, 2021.
Staying in touch with family and friends during your hospital stay is important. Parkview offers CaringBridge — a free, private website that connects family and friends during a serious health event, care and recovery.
Creating and updating a CaringBridge website is easy — you can add health updates and photos to share along with your story. You can also receive messages of support in the guestbook.
For more information, or to create your own CaringBridge website, visit www.caringbridge.org/parkview. For assistance, select the "Help" link, or call (615) 789-2300, between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Central time, Monday through Friday.
A chaplain is available to serve the needs of patients and family members 24 hours a day. During your stay or visit at the hospital, if you would like to talk with a chaplain, please let a member of the care team know.
The hospital chapel is located on the second floor, above the main lobby. The chapel is open for personal use at any time.
Services take place several times a week in the hospital chapel:
- Catholic Mass at noon, Sunday - Friday (no Mass on Saturdays)
- Sunday service at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday
Everyone is welcome to attend any chapel service. Robes, wheelchairs and IV poles are welcome and appropriate.
Prayer request cards are available. Each prayer request is kept confidential and will be remembered at each chapel service throughout the week following submission of the request.
Written resources are available near the chapel or by request from a chaplain.
- Holy Bible – English, Spanish, Braille, large print and children’s
- Torah and children’s illustrated Torah
- Holy Qur’an
- Magazines – Science and Health and Guideposts
- Prayer guides
- Communion is available by request. Catholic Sacraments of the Sick, Eucharist and Reconciliation are available by paging the chaplain.
All Parkview Health campuses are tobacco-free. No tobacco use of any kind is permitted – inside or outside – on our property. Parkview’s decision to go tobacco-free is our ongoing commitment to a healthier work environment and to a better experience for our patients and their families. For more information and resources regarding tobacco cessation, please visit www.in.gov/itpc.
Cell phone use is restricted in some areas of the hospital due to possible interference with biomedical equipment.
Valuables/Lost and found
Patients should send valuables or large sums of money home with a family member or friend, or give them to the nurse so they can be kept in the hospital safe until the patient's discharge.
If you misplace any personal property, call the Parkview Regional Medical Center Security Department at (260) 266-1800. Parkview Regional Medical Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Language interpretation services are available as needed. To receive these services, please ask a member of the medical staff for assistance.
Starbucks® is a registered trademark of Starbucks Corporation.
CaringBridge® is a trademark of CaringBridge.