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Visiting Policies & Hours
At Newman Memorial Hospital, we know that visitors can help in the healing process. For this reason, we do not have “set” visiting hours. We do ask that visitors respect the patient’s need for rest while they are healing. A patient has the right to restrict the access of visitors who are allowed. In addition, the nurse may limit or restrict visiting hours based on status or changes in the medical condition. Our first priority is the care and healing of our patient. If such a restriction is necessary, it will be communicated with the patient and/or immediate family.
The gift shop at Newman Memorial Hospital is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm and on Friday from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm. Holiday hours may vary. It is completely run by our volunteers, the Pink Ladies who are ready to assist you with purchases of gifts or refreshments. Come peruse our variety of gift items or take a break at one of our tables and enjoy a hot cup of coffee! All profits from the gift shop go directly back into improving the hospital.
There is ample parking on all sides of the hospital building. Please see the hospital maps here for information about the main entrance and hospital departments. The Urgent Care Clinic is on the west side of the hospital, where parking is also available.
If you need assistance coming into the hospital or with a wheelchair, please call 580-938-2551 and press 0 for the operator. We will gladly send someone out to assist you.
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Patients who are admitted into the hospital may have a compromised immune system, making them more susceptible infection. Hand washing is a critical part of infection control at any hospital. Please wash your hands often and feel free to use the convenient hand sanitizer dispensers located throughout the hospital.
Hospital masks are provided for visitors how have signs of any respiratory illness. Please use a hospital mask if you are sick or potentially sick in order to keep our patients safe.