Visits from family and friends may be “good medicine” for you and your child, so we encourage guests. However, we ask that they follow these guidelines while they’re visiting:
Guests may be asked to leave the room during tests or treatments, or when the doctor or nurse needs to see your child.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Ample parking is available at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital. Please park in the areas marked “Visitor Parking.” For our patients’ comfort and convenience, valet parking is available Monday through Friday at the Emergency Department entrance on Webster Avenue.
Accommodations for relatives and visitors from out-of-town are available at nearby motels. The Altrusa Club of Green Bay operates a guest home for patients and family members. Accommodations are based on financial need. To find out if you qualify, please contact a case manager or Spiritual Care at (920) 498-4282.
A nurturing environment is important to health and healing. When a loved one is in the hospital, family members and friends can provide important support during the hospital stay and after they return home. We find that when family or friends are active in a patient’s care, recovery is faster and the return home is easier.
HSHS St. Vincent Hospital Partners in Caring Program offers this support. Patients are encouraged to select one individual who will be their Partner in Caring. This person will receive a badge that identifies him/her as a Partner in Caring for the length of the patient’s stay. If you are interested in this program, please ask your child's nurse.
The chapel is located near the hospital’s Gift Shop entrance.
Mass times are posted outside of the Chapel. People of all faiths are welcome to our Chapel as a place for prayer and quiet reflection. The chapel is a gift we treasure, and we are pleased to share it with you. It symbolizes our belief that in all things God is present.
The Gift Shop, located on the first floor next to Café Latte Da'. The shop has gift items, jewelry, magazines, greeting cards, candy, flowers and plants. Stop by to visit the art exhibit of our monthly featured artist.
7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays and most holidays
Flowers, Balloons and Newspapers
Florists deliver flowers directly to the hospital. For infection prevention reasons, flowers and metallic-coated balloons are not allowed in Pediatric Intensive Care Units. The materials in the metallic‑coated balloons can cause static electricity and pose potential risks to the patient. For the safety of our patients and guests with latex allergy, we also ask that you do not bring latex balloons.
A healing garden is located outside near the Emergency Department entrance on Webster Avenue.