Brief visits by family and friends are considered beneficial to a patient's well-being and recovery. Please limit visitors to two at one time.
Visiting hours end at 9 p.m.
Parents and grandparents can visit at anytime. At least one parent is encouraged to stay with the pediatric patient at all times.
Physicians and hospital staff set critical care visitation hours individually based on each patient's need and physical condition, and only one visitor per patient is allowed at any one time. There are times when a CCU patient needs rest, privacy and limited visitation, so nurses and physicians may restrict visitation if they feel it's in the patient's best interest to do so.
Parking lots are adjacent to Hillcrest, Bishop and Russell Streets.
Which Entrance Should I Use?
Please use the following information as a guide to learn which entrance would be best for you to use when visiting Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City.
Main Entrance (on Bishop Street)
Please use the main entrance for:
- Ambulatory care
- Elevators to patient rooms
- Gift shop
- Outpatient surgery
- Tower conference room
Please use the emergency entrance for the emergency eepartment.
Outpatient Services Entrance
For radiology procedures, patients and families may drive to this parking area after being admitted at the main entrance.
Please use the east entrance for:
- Behavioral health
- Labor & delivery/nursery
- Physician day clinics
The cafeteria is located on the first floor close to the east entrance and is open the following hours:
||11 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
The hospital chapel, open 24 hours a day, is located on the first floor next to the emergency room.
Our free wireless network is available on the second and third floor waiting rooms and halls in the north tower. An instructional packet is available from any nurses' station or the information desk.
The gift shop is located near the front entrance on the first floor of the hospital. Gift shop hours are 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.