Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
We have three automated teller machines (ATMs) on campus in the West Pavilion lobby, the East Tower lobby, and the Memorial Hermann Tower lobby.
There is a gift shop located on our campus for your convenience. Lori's Gift Shop is located on the first floor curved hallway between the East and West Lobby and has flowers, stationery, gifts, and magazines to brighten patients' rooms.
Lori's Gift Shop
8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Monday through Friday,
9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Saturday & Sunday
Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center has established discounted medical rates at many area hotels to assist patients and their families and visitors. To obtain a list of these hotels, dial ext. 2020 or call the hospital operator.
The patient information desks are located in the East Tower , West Pavilion and Memorial Hermann Tower lobbies, and are staffed from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. Reach the patient information desks by dialing ext. 3840.
The Lindig Men's Health Center & Resource Library
Located on the first floor of the Medical Center in the West Pavilion, the Lindig Men's Health Center and Resource Library
offers access to information on the many aspects of health, particularly as related to men. Informational resources include medical encyclopedias and dictionaries, current magazines, books and other health-related publications, as well as Internet access and an index of reliable medical web sites.
We believe the spiritual and emotional care of our patients and their families is an important aspect of the care we provide. Hospital chaplains are available to listen, assist in crises situations, for grief counseling, prayer support, devotional needs, notification of local clergy, assisting with ethical issues, and advance directive (living will) counseling.
Chaplaincy Services hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. A chaplain is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our All Faiths Chapel, located on the first floor of the West Pavilion, is always open. Chapel services are held on special occasions and religious holidays. If you would like a visit from the hospital chaplain, dial ext. 3849.
Visitors should not use the bathrooms in patient rooms. They are reserved only for patients in order to protect their health. Public restrooms are located adjacent to each lobby.
Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center is a tobacco-free environment. Smoking and/or the use of any tobacco products is not permitted anywhere in the hospital or on hospital grounds.
Money and Valuables
We recommend that you leave all valuables at home. The hospital is not responsible for patient or visitor belongings such as watches, rings, glasses, hearing aides, money, dentures, or prosthetic devices.
If you wear dentures, please inform your nurse so that she/he can supply you with a denture cup. When your dentures are not in place, they should be in the denture cup.
- Please DO NOT wrap your dentures in tissue, washcloths, towels, etc.
- Please DO NOT place your dentures on your meal tray.
- Please DO NOT place your dentures under your pillow, on your sheets, or in any concealed place.
To prevent loss or breakage of your glasses/hearing aides while you are hospitalized, follow these guidelines:
- Please DO NOT leave your glasses/hearing aides unprotected on the bedside table.
- Please DO NOT put your glasses/hearing aides in the pocket of your gown.
- Please DO NOT lay your glasses/hearing aides on your meal tray or your bed sheets at any time.
Lost and Found
Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center does not assume responsibility for lost articles, but will make every effort to assist you in locating them. During your inpatient stay, ask your nurse for assistance regarding lost articles or call Lost and Found at ext. 3830.
To view Memorial Hermann’s policies, click here.