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Hospital Amenities

We want to make sure that you and your family have a great experience at The Women’s Hospital.
Special amenities available during your stay include:

Concierge Services
Our hospitality concierge offers a variety of services throughout your patient journey. This includes tours during pregnancy, visiting patients during their stay and assisting with patient and visitor needs.
To request a tour of our facility, please contact us at 812-842-2450.

There is an ATM located just off of the main lobby of The Women’s Hospital near the Security office.

Special Deliveries Room Service
Patients may order from the menu in their room and have food delivered at their convenience. Meals are usually served within 30 minutes of placing an order. Guests may also purchase meals from the room service menu.

Generations Café is open daily from 7 AM to 7 PM and offers freshly prepared foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They also offer a salad bar and a variety of sandwiches, snacks and desserts. Generations Café is located on the first floor near the back of the hospital and provides access to our courtyard for outdoor dining when weather is nice.

The Coffee Shop offers a variety of coffees, teas, breakfast pastries, specialty sandwiches, salads, soups, and desserts. It is located at the south entrance by our OB/GYN Emergency Department.

The Boutique
Located in the lobby of The Women’s Hospital, the Boutique is a wonderful resource for patients and visitors alike. Here, you can purchase gifts, fine jewelry, seasonal and holiday items, over-the-counter medications, aromatherapy and music therapy aides, snacks and much more.

Stop by and pick out a gift to choose a special gift to brighten someone’s day or welcome a bundle of joy.

Great Beginnings
The Great Beginnings Lactation Boutique is located in the main lobby of The Women’s Hospital and offers a wide variety of breastfeeding supplies. The shop is staffed by a lactation consultant who can assist with questions related to supplies or provide outpatient consultation for moms or babies.
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