Your Guide to Being a Patient at Saint Barnabas Medical Center

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 Saint Barnabas Medical Center, 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:

Parking:

There is a fee for general parking. Payment is made through the ticket machines located across from the Information Desk in the discharge lobby.

Starbucks:

A Starbucks is located in the Cooperman Family Pavilion off the main lobby.

Fresh City Restaurant:

Fresh City offers a delicious selection of healthy food options made fresh while you wait. The “Fresh Fusion” menu includes a unique take on stir fry, soups, sandwiches, salads and smoothies. Take-out and delivery available; 973.322.2509 or www.freshcity.com. Located on the Ground Floor of the East Wing; open 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Credit/debit cards accepted.

Gift Shop:

Located in the discharge lobby; open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on the weekends from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Delivery available; ext. 25239.

ATM:

Located in the East Wing; 24-hour service.

WiFi:

Patients and visitors can access the internet through their own personal device while they are in the hospital. BHGUEST is the network and the password is bhwifi!!

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




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