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IU Health Morgan

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IU Health Morgan believes that every team member is an ambassador for our organization and helps to make us successful. Through their talents and skills and daily work, they uphold and demonstrate our commitment to our mission, vision and values.

Your Visit

Our team of professionals works cooperatively to provide the highest quality healthcare to our patients. We have state-of-the-art technology and facilities operated by highly skilled and trained health care professionals. We encourage our staff to develop professionally and personally. We are determined to keep pace and continue as a leader in the healthcare field.

Parking Instructions

Patients may be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance or as directed on the pre-visit information from your doctor’s office.

Parking at IU Health Morgan is free, with parking lots and entrances conveniently located to help patients and visitors quickly access their destination. Our team members at the Information Desk are happy to help you and answer any questions. We also have wheelchairs available for your use if you need them.

Tell Us About Your Experience

Listening to our patients and their families helps us understand the experiences they have with IU Health and allows us to make decisions that serve them better. We encourage patients and their families to take a moment to provide feedback and suggestions for how we could improve our service.


At IU Health Morgan, our goal is to do everything we can to make you and your guests feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. To make your visit with us easier, below is a listing of some of the many services that are available to you and your family.


Our team of guest relations representatives and volunteers will be happy to get you a wheelchair when you arrive. Please ask any of our team members for assistance or visit the Information Desk.

Internet Services

IU Health Morgan is pleased to provide free Wi-Fi for you and your visitors. The wireless network is available 24/7 in all areas of our facility. Please note that IU Health cannot provide technical help for your device or help connecting to the network.

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)

For your convenience, an ATM is located in the lobby by the main entrance.

IU Health allows up to four visitors—including children ages 2 and up if accompanied by an adult—to visit, together, for most patients.

Visitors must screen negative for COVID-19 and follow all masking and safety guidelines while on site. Find more details below.

Hospital visitor guidelines

  • For most patients with or without COVID-19, up to four people (ages 2 and up) may visit at the same time. Patients in semi-private rooms may have up to two visitors at a time.
  • Visiting hours are 8 am – 9 pm, though this may vary by facility. Visitors must follow all safety and infection prevention measures, including masking and other PPE guidance.
  • Children ages 2 – 16 may visit if accompanied by an adult visitor. Children younger than 2 may visit adult patients for end-of-life situations only; exceptions may be approved by chief medical and nursing officers for children younger than 2 to visit adult or pediatric patients.
  • Adult patients in private rooms or in non-ICU settings may have one overnight visitor; pediatric patients may have two parents or guardians approved by the clinical team. No overnight visitors are permitted in ICU settings (end-of-life exceptions may be made by clinical team).
  • For Emergency Department patients, up to two people may visit at a time. Visitation may be reduced based on patient condition and available space.
  • For patients with COVID-19 who are undergoing aerosol generating procedures (AGPs), the local Infection Prevention team will determine if visits are appropriate and what safety precautions must be followed.
  • Clinical teams may manage open visitation for situations involving end-of-life care.

These guidelines may vary by facility based on the local environment. Some areas, such as NICUs, may have additional restrictions.

Mask Policy

Masks are required in the following locations:

  • Patient rooms
  • Emergency waiting rooms
  • Transplant and oncology units
  • All pediatric units
  • Newborn intensive care units (NICUs)

Masks are required for any patient with respiratory symptoms or when indicated by isolation procedures.

Medical grade masks will be available at no cost to you. Masks are not required in public spaces, such as cafeterias, lobbies, gift shops, restrooms and when walking in hallways.

Medical Services


Orthopedics treats problems with bones, joints, muscles and the spine to help you return to your previous level of activity quickly and safely. Now offering virtual visits.