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IU Health White Memorial Hospital

720 S 6th St
Monticello, IN 47960

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Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital is located in Monticello, Indiana. The hospital was built in 1956 to serve the local area and since then has grown to serve several surrounding areas. 

The first hospital was built at 1101 O'Connor Boulevard. In October of 2008, a larger, state of the art hospital with better access and the same exceptional service was built at 720 South 6th Street.

IU Health White Memorial is a Critical Access Hospital. It offers a comprehensive range of services that includes general medical/surgical services, a 24-hour emergency department, sophisticated diagnostic imaging services, laboratory, chemotherapy, home health and therapy services. All patient rooms are private and boast warm colors and natural light to enhance comfort and healing. A family-friendly environment offers pullout beds for overnight stays and wireless internet access.

Introduction

The first hospital was built at 1101 O'Connor Boulevard. In October of 2008, a larger, state of the art hospital with better access and the same exceptional service was built at 720 South 6th Street.

IU Health White Memorial is a Critical Access Hospital. It offers a comprehensive range of services that includes general medical/surgical services, a 24-hour emergency department, sophisticated diagnostic imaging services, laboratory, chemotherapy, home health and therapy services. All patient rooms are private and boast warm colors and natural light to enhance comfort and healing. A family-friendly environment offers pullout beds for overnight stays and wireless internet access.

Parking Instructions

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

Parking at IU Health White Memorial Hospital is free, with parking lots and entrances conveniently located to help patients and visitors get to their destination quickly.

The IU Health team members at the Welcome Desk are happy to help you and answer any questions. They also have wheelchairs if you need them.

Visitor Information

Our healthcare team understands 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.

When can guests visit?

Hours are different for each unit, so please speak with your nurse or a guest relations representative 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 visitor. Children younger than age 14 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 the IU Health alcohol and drug policy?

All IU Health facilities are alcohol and drug-free.

What is the IU Health firearm policy?

It is the policy of Indiana University Health that no one, other than IU Health Security Officers or on-duty Law Enforcement Officers, 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.

Tell Us About Your Experience

Listening to our patients and their families helps us understand their experiences at IU Health White Memorial Hospital so we can serve them even better. We encourage patients and their families to take a moment to provide feedback and suggestions for how we could improve our service.

Information

Parking Instructions

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

Parking at IU Health White Memorial Hospital is free, with parking lots and entrances conveniently located to help patients and visitors get to their destination quickly.

The IU Health team members at the Welcome Desk are happy to help you and answer any questions. They also have wheelchairs if you need them.

Visitor Information

Our healthcare team understands 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.

When can guests visit?

Hours are different for each unit, so please speak with your nurse or a guest relations representative 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 visitor. Children younger than age 14 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 the IU Health alcohol and drug policy?

All IU Health facilities are alcohol and drug-free.

What is the IU Health firearm policy?

It is the policy of Indiana University Health that no one, other than IU Health Security Officers or on-duty Law Enforcement Officers, 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.

Tell Us About Your Experience

Listening to our patients and their families helps us understand their experiences at IU Health White Memorial Hospital so we can serve them even better. We encourage patients and their families to take a moment to provide feedback and suggestions for how we could improve our service.

At Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital, our goal is to do everything we can to make you and your guests feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. Below are some of the many services available to you and your family during your stay.

Wheelchairs

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

Places to Eat in the Hospital

We know that good nutrition helps heal the body, so there are a variety of dining options available for patients, families and guests at IU Health White Memorial Hospital

Garden Café

Features soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, grilled items and hot entrees.
Open daily, 6 am – 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.

Room Service

With IU Health White Memorial Hospital’s room service, you can choose daily what and when you want to eat. You may order meals from a menu that includes many delicious and healthy choices, all freshly prepared by IU Health White Memorial chefs. You are served breakfast at 8 am, lunch at noon and dinner at 5 pm. In special situations, your meal may be delayed due to a scheduled test or treatment.

Similar to hotel room service, you choose from a menu and then dial ext. 400 from your hospital room phone. A member of our food and nutrition team will place the order and confirm any diet restrictions. If your doctor changes your diet needs, the operator can check this information on the computer. Then, your meal is delivered directly to you, usually within 45 minutes of the order.

A complimentary meal tray is provided for the caregiver of hospitalized infants and children up to age 12. Guests may purchase lunch and dinner in the Garden Café or have a tray sent to your room. There is a charge for guest trays.

IU Health White Memorial Hospital Room Service
Open daily, 10 am – 6:30 pm

Internet Services

IU Health White Memorial Hospital is pleased to provide free Wi-Fi for you and your visitors. 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 you connect to the network.

Mail Services

Incoming Mail

Patients may receive mail while staying at IU Health White Memorial Hospital. Anyone who sends mail to a patient should address the envelope as follows:

Patient name, unit and room number
IU Health White Memorial Hospital
720 S. Sixth St.
Monticello, IN 47960

If you receive mail after you leave, we will forward it to your home address.

Deliveries

Flowers and gifts may be delivered to the Welcome Desk just inside the main entrance at IU Health White Memorial Hospital. Latex deliveries will not be accepted. Hospital volunteers deliver these items on weekdays to patient rooms.

Hours for Accepting Deliveries

Monday through Friday, 8 am – 5 pm

Deliveries for Non-Disclosure Patients

Some patients choose to keep their stay in the hospital private. If you have asked us to not tell anyone that you are here by registering as a “non-disclosure” or “no information” patient, our team cannot say that 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.

Amenities

At Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital, our goal is to do everything we can to make you and your guests feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. Below are some of the many services available to you and your family during your stay.

Wheelchairs

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

Places to Eat in the Hospital

We know that good nutrition helps heal the body, so there are a variety of dining options available for patients, families and guests at IU Health White Memorial Hospital

Garden Café

Features soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, grilled items and hot entrees.
Open daily, 6 am – 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.

Room Service

With IU Health White Memorial Hospital’s room service, you can choose daily what and when you want to eat. You may order meals from a menu that includes many delicious and healthy choices, all freshly prepared by IU Health White Memorial chefs. You are served breakfast at 8 am, lunch at noon and dinner at 5 pm. In special situations, your meal may be delayed due to a scheduled test or treatment.

Similar to hotel room service, you choose from a menu and then dial ext. 400 from your hospital room phone. A member of our food and nutrition team will place the order and confirm any diet restrictions. If your doctor changes your diet needs, the operator can check this information on the computer. Then, your meal is delivered directly to you, usually within 45 minutes of the order.

A complimentary meal tray is provided for the caregiver of hospitalized infants and children up to age 12. Guests may purchase lunch and dinner in the Garden Café or have a tray sent to your room. There is a charge for guest trays.

IU Health White Memorial Hospital Room Service
Open daily, 10 am – 6:30 pm

Internet Services

IU Health White Memorial Hospital is pleased to provide free Wi-Fi for you and your visitors. 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 you connect to the network.

Mail Services

Incoming Mail

Patients may receive mail while staying at IU Health White Memorial Hospital. Anyone who sends mail to a patient should address the envelope as follows:

Patient name, unit and room number
IU Health White Memorial Hospital
720 S. Sixth St.
Monticello, IN 47960

If you receive mail after you leave, we will forward it to your home address.

Deliveries

Flowers and gifts may be delivered to the Welcome Desk just inside the main entrance at IU Health White Memorial Hospital. Latex deliveries will not be accepted. Hospital volunteers deliver these items on weekdays to patient rooms.

Hours for Accepting Deliveries

Monday through Friday, 8 am – 5 pm

Deliveries for Non-Disclosure Patients

Some patients choose to keep their stay in the hospital private. If you have asked us to not tell anyone that you are here by registering as a “non-disclosure” or “no information” patient, our team cannot say that 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.

If family members and other guests need a place to stay, there are several hotels in the area, including those listed below. Some offer discounts for family and guests of hospital patients. Please visit the Welcome Center for more information.

Best Western Brandywine Inn & Suites

304 S 6th Street
Monticello, Indiana 47960

Phone
Amenities:

Call for details. 

Pine View Resort

1969 NW Shafer Dr,
Monticello, IN 47960

Phone
Amenities:

Call for details. 

Places to Stay

If family members and other guests need a place to stay, there are several hotels in the area, including those listed below. Some offer discounts for family and guests of hospital patients. Please visit the Welcome Center for more information.

Best Western Brandywine Inn & Suites

304 S 6th Street
Monticello, Indiana 47960

Phone
Amenities:

Call for details. 

Pine View Resort

1969 NW Shafer Dr,
Monticello, IN 47960

Phone
Amenities:

Call for details. 

Medical Services

Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology focuses on relieving pain and ensuring patient safety for surgery, childbirth and chronic pain.

Cancer

Cancer care includes a variety of treatments, systematic therapies, surgery and clinical trials.

Dermatology

Dermatology provides treatment for skin conditions such as acne, aging skin, dermatitis, drug rashes, moles, psoriasis and warts.

Ear, Nose & Throat

Otolaryngologists (ENT specialists) diagnose and treat disorders of the ear, nose and throat, including tumors of the head and neck.

Emergency Medicine

Emergency medicine includes treatment for trauma, orthopedic, brain/head, heart and other surgical emergencies. 

Endocrinology & Metabolism

Learn how to manage your diabetes and endocrine conditions while taking advantage of a customized treatment plan through the Diabetes & Endocrinology team at IU Health.