Below are answers to common questions about visiting a loved one as well as general hospital information that you may find useful:
We know that it is very stressful when a loved one is in the hospital, and visiting can be good for both you and your loved one. As a result, many of our hospitals have flexible visiting hours to help meet the needs of everyone.
When medically necessarily, we do have set visiting hours for some hospital departments. You can view those visiting hours per hospital:
Hospitals can be big facilities. We want to help make it easier for you to find where you need to go. We have information about where you can park and how to navigate around our facilities below:
You can find contact information for each of our hospitals and their departments on the pages listed below:
If you or a loved one are traveling to receive care at one of our hospitals, there are several options where you can find lodging and food nearby. Our hospitals often have partnerships with nearby lodging options to provide you with a discount during your stay. Learn what’s available near each of our hospitals:
AHN offers a number of programs and groups designed to answer your personal questions about topics such as improving your health, the emotional aspects of illness, preparing for surgery or childbirth, and more. You can find dates, times, and locations for upcoming classes and support groups on our events calendar. Check back often, as new classes and support programs are being added frequently.
Find a support group for your needs.
When an AHN employee goes above and beyond the call of duty, we like to recognize their efforts with a RAVE award. RAVE stands for Recognize and Acknowledge Valued Employees, and it’s our way of honoring those who provide exemplary care or service.
But we only know who deserves to receive this reward if you tell us. So if someone went above and beyond for you or your loved one, reward their effort by submitting them for a RAVE award.
You can partner with our health network staff to improve services, meet local health care needs, and help AHN provide a positive experience for patients like you. Learn more about how you can contribute by joining a Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC)
AHN is actively involved in helping the people it serves learn about and protect themselves from the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn where to go, what to do, and when.