Patients & Visitors
Whether you’re a patient or a visitor at Mary Greeley Medical Center, we want your experience to be welcoming and caring. Even before you enter the medical center, you can use this website to find information that can help you get ready for the time you’ll spend with us.
You may park your car free of charge in the parking ramp located across the street south of the medical center. Parking is available in the surface lots west of the medical center.
Construction work on the medical center means several changes to how motorists and pedestrians navigate the hospital campus. Learn more.
Complimentary Valet Parking
Mary Greeley Medical Center offers free valet parking. Please turn into the loop driveway and wait for a valet service attendant to greet you.
A valet service attendant will accept your keys, record identifying information and park your car. When you're ready to leave, the valet will return your car to you at the front door.
If you do not pick up your car before 8:30 p.m., you may go to the Emergency Department Admitting Desk to retrieve your keys and learn the location of your car.
We politely request that you not tip our valets.
Mary Greeley Medical Center provides flexible times for family and friends to visit loved ones. Below are our general guidelines.
Maternity/OB - Birthways Unit
Visitors are welcome on Birthways from 11:00 am - 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm. Birthways values our new moms' need for rest. Therefore, we provide a mid-afternoon naptime from 1:30 - 3:30 pm, during which time visitors are not permitted (with the exception of grandparents and the mother's support person).
To provide privacy to our patients and maintain security for our babies, we request that all visitors check in at the Birthways desk. Visitors of any age may visit with the permission of our patients. Please remember to keep your visits brief to allow our parents to rest. While you are sleeping at night, parents are awake caring for their newborn. You may be required to leave at the request of nursing or medical staff. We may make adjustments to the visitation policy during the influenza season to keep our families healthy.
Intensive Care Unit
Under age 14
On physician's order
Relatives or friends
3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
All Other Hospital Units
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If required by the patient's needs, or at the patient's request, visitors may be asked to leave at any time by nursing or medical staff.