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IU Health Blackford Hospital

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Important COVID-19 Notice:

Visitor Restrictions

All IU Health hospitals are open. We have visitor restrictions in place at our locations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. View the latest visitor restrictions.

Virtual Screening

If you think you have COVID-19, we offer free virtual screenings to anyone in Indiana. Use our virtual screening or call your doctor before heading to an emergency room. View virtual screening details

At IU Health Blackford Hospital, patients and their loved ones can experience superior care in a familiar community atmosphere. Our facility provides unsurpassed care to the people of Blackford County.

Parking Instructions

Patients may be dropped off at the main entrance of the hospital or as directed from information from your doctor’s office.

Parking at IU Health Blackford Hospital is free. Surface parking lots are located near each entrance to help you quickly access your destination.

Visitor Information

We understand that having family and friends around is important to the healing process. Your family is welcome anytime, but we do ask guests to follow the guidelines below.

For more information or to check on the status of your loved one, call 765.348.0300.

When can guests visit?

Hours are different for each unit, so you are welcome to call 765.348.0300 for specific visiting hours on a unit. Please note that these may change based on a patient’s condition or scheduled tests. There may be special guidelines for coming or staying after 9 pm.

Can children come?

In general, it is a good idea to check with a guest relations team member before bringing a child as a visitor. Children younger than 14 years must be accompanied by an adult other than the patient at all times. Some units may require health screens or have other limitations on children visiting.

If someone is sick, can they visit?

For your protection, people should not visit if they are sick, especially if they have a sore throat, cold or fever.

Is smoking allowed?

All IU Health facilities are smoke-free. For the safety of everyone, smoking is not allowed in any IU Health building or on the grounds.

What is IU Health’s alcohol and drug policy?

All IU Health facilities are alcohol and drug-free.

What is the IU Health firearm policy?

No one, other than IU Health Security Officers or on-duty Law Enforcement Officers, can carry or have in their possession a firearm or weapon while in a IU Health facility. Law enforcement officers should check in with IU Health Security if they plan to carry on premises.

Volunteer

To inquire about volunteer opportunities at IU Health Blackford Hospital, please call 765.348.0300. We are always looking for new volunteers.

Tell Us About Your Experience

We want to listen to your experiences. Listening to our patients and their families helps us understand how we can serve you better. We encourage patients and their families to take a moment to provide feedback and suggestions for how we could improve our service.

Your Visit

Parking Instructions

Patients may be dropped off at the main entrance of the hospital or as directed from information from your doctor’s office.

Parking at IU Health Blackford Hospital is free. Surface parking lots are located near each entrance to help you quickly access your destination.

Visitor Information

We understand that having family and friends around is important to the healing process. Your family is welcome anytime, but we do ask guests to follow the guidelines below.

For more information or to check on the status of your loved one, call 765.348.0300.

When can guests visit?

Hours are different for each unit, so you are welcome to call 765.348.0300 for specific visiting hours on a unit. Please note that these may change based on a patient’s condition or scheduled tests. There may be special guidelines for coming or staying after 9 pm.

Can children come?

In general, it is a good idea to check with a guest relations team member before bringing a child as a visitor. Children younger than 14 years must be accompanied by an adult other than the patient at all times. Some units may require health screens or have other limitations on children visiting.

If someone is sick, can they visit?

For your protection, people should not visit if they are sick, especially if they have a sore throat, cold or fever.

Is smoking allowed?

All IU Health facilities are smoke-free. For the safety of everyone, smoking is not allowed in any IU Health building or on the grounds.

What is IU Health’s alcohol and drug policy?

All IU Health facilities are alcohol and drug-free.

What is the IU Health firearm policy?

No one, other than IU Health Security Officers or on-duty Law Enforcement Officers, can carry or have in their possession a firearm or weapon while in a IU Health facility. Law enforcement officers should check in with IU Health Security if they plan to carry on premises.

Volunteer

To inquire about volunteer opportunities at IU Health Blackford Hospital, please call 765.348.0300. We are always looking for new volunteers.

Tell Us About Your Experience

We want to listen to your experiences. Listening to our patients and their families helps us understand how we can serve you better. We encourage patients and their families to take a moment to provide feedback and suggestions for how we could improve our service.

Hospital Map

Download our facility map for IU Health Blackford Hospital. You'll be able to locate the main entrances, emergency entrances, guest services desk and other available amenities.

Download Hospital Map (PDF)

At IU Health Blackford Hospital, we want to make you feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. To make your stay with us easier, below is a listing of some of the many services that are available to you and your family.

Places to Eat in the Hospital

Good nutrition helps heal the body. There are a variety of dining options available for patients, families and guests at the IU Health Blackford Hospital cafeteria.

IU Health Blackford Hospital Cafeteria

  • Features an assortment of fresh and healthy food.
  • Open Monday through Sunday, 11 am - 1 pm and 5 pm – 6:30 pm (dinner)

If you would like to get a breath of fresh air, there are many restaurants nearby.

Internet Services

IU Health Blackford Hospital is pleased to provide complimentary wireless Internet access for you and your family and guests. The wireless network is available 24/7 in all areas of our hospital. Please note that IU Health cannot provide technical help for your device or help connecting to the network.

Mail Services

Incoming Mail

Patients may receive mail while staying at IU Health Blackford Hospital. Anyone wishing to send mail to a patient should address his or her envelope as follows:

Patient name, room number
IU Health Blackford Hospital
410 Pilgrim Blvd.
Hartford City, IN 47348

Mail you receive after you leave will be forwarded to your home address.

Deliveries

Flowers and gifts may be delivered to the Information Desk at the main entrance of IU Health Blackford Hospital. IU Health team members deliver these items on weekdays to patient rooms.

Deliveries for Non-Disclosure Patients

For a variety of reasons, some patients choose to keep their stay in the hospital private. You may have asked us to not tell anyone that you are here by registering as a “non-disclosure” or “no information” patient. That means our team cannot confirm you are a patient at the hospital. However, if a florist has your hospital room number, we can accept flower deliveries and bring them to your room.

Gift Shop

The IU Health Blackford Hospital Gift Shop offers a unique assortment of gifts for all ages.

For any questions regarding the IU Health Blackford Hospital Gift Shop please call 765.331.2119.

Amenities

At IU Health Blackford Hospital, we want to make you feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. To make your stay with us easier, below is a listing of some of the many services that are available to you and your family.

Places to Eat in the Hospital

Good nutrition helps heal the body. There are a variety of dining options available for patients, families and guests at the IU Health Blackford Hospital cafeteria.

IU Health Blackford Hospital Cafeteria

  • Features an assortment of fresh and healthy food.
  • Open Monday through Sunday, 11 am - 1 pm and 5 pm – 6:30 pm (dinner)

If you would like to get a breath of fresh air, there are many restaurants nearby.

Internet Services

IU Health Blackford Hospital is pleased to provide complimentary wireless Internet access for you and your family and guests. The wireless network is available 24/7 in all areas of our hospital. Please note that IU Health cannot provide technical help for your device or help connecting to the network.

Mail Services

Incoming Mail

Patients may receive mail while staying at IU Health Blackford Hospital. Anyone wishing to send mail to a patient should address his or her envelope as follows:

Patient name, room number
IU Health Blackford Hospital
410 Pilgrim Blvd.
Hartford City, IN 47348

Mail you receive after you leave will be forwarded to your home address.

Deliveries

Flowers and gifts may be delivered to the Information Desk at the main entrance of IU Health Blackford Hospital. IU Health team members deliver these items on weekdays to patient rooms.

Deliveries for Non-Disclosure Patients

For a variety of reasons, some patients choose to keep their stay in the hospital private. You may have asked us to not tell anyone that you are here by registering as a “non-disclosure” or “no information” patient. That means our team cannot confirm you are a patient at the hospital. However, if a florist has your hospital room number, we can accept flower deliveries and bring them to your room.

Gift Shop

The IU Health Blackford Hospital Gift Shop offers a unique assortment of gifts for all ages.

For any questions regarding the IU Health Blackford Hospital Gift Shop please call 765.331.2119.

Medical Services

Pharmacy

Ancillary Services

Pharmacy