Your Guide to Being a Patient

When it comes to patient care, the staff of medical professionals across all of our New Jersey facilities strives to maintain an environment for patients and their families that will make recovery even easier. To do this, our hospitals and health centers try to keep every patient’s needs in mind.

At Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus, this is no different. We want you be ready for your visit with us. To do that, here are a few need-to-knows that will hopefully make your time with us more pleasant:


Thank you for choosing Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus for your healthcare needs. If you are visiting us for the following services, for you convenience, we have identified where you should park and enter the building:

  • Main Parking Lot: Outpatient Services
    Enter through area marked ‘Outpatient’ (to the left of the Emergency Department)
    Radiology & Diagnostic Imaging
    Laboratory Testing (Bloodwork)
  • Main Parking Lot: Main Entrance of Hospital
    Patient Visitation
    Geriatrics Institute
  • River Avenue: (Entrance)
    Infusion Services
    Cardiac Rehabilitation
    Wound Care
    Vascular Services
  • Emergency Department: Lower Parking Level

Coffee Shop

Five Start Café is located on the first floor and is open to our outpatients and visitors 7 days a week. Serving hours are: 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Gift Shop

Our Gift Shop is locate din the main lobby and offers a wide range of items to cheer up a patient or commemorate that special birthday, anniversary or holiday. The Gift Shop is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have any questions, you may call the Gift Shop at ext. 24524.

To learn more about everything else offered to you as a patient at Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus, please refer to our Patient Guide.

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