We want your experience with Johnson Memorial Health to be comfortable and positive. We are proud to offer the following services for your hospital stay or visit.
We have an ATM installed at Johnson Memorial Hospital in the lobby of the 1125 Building. The ATM is provided by First Merchants Bank; service fees may apply.
Johnson Memorial Health provides an interfaith and non-denominational chapel, located on the first floor of the main hospital. If you or your family is interested in our chaplaincy services, please contact your nurse on duty.
Your privacy is important to us. Upon admission to the hospital, if you agree to be listed in the hospital directory we will be able to tell your friends and family your room and telephone number. Please be prepared to give your nurse the name of a contact person with whom we can share additional information about your care. Other family members and friends inquiring about your condition will be directed to contact this individual.
Dining at JMH - Willow Café
Willow Café provides comforting food and a calm respite for our patients and guests. The café is located along the “Main Street” corridor between the 1125 and 1155 buildings. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and grab ‘n go items are served daily.
Beginning Monday, April 6, the Willow Café will be temporarily adjusting its hours of operations. Our daily hours (Sunday through Saturday) will be from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. The indoor dining area has been opened. We have situated tables and chairs to accommodate social distancing and have tried to model what other restaurants and dining rooms are doing.
If you would like to purchase flowers for a friend or family member staying at Johnson Memorial Hospital, visit this website to find local florists. Please note that flower deliveries will not be accepted for patients not listed in the Hospital Directory.
Gift Shop - The Gifting Tree
The Gifting Tree sells a variety of merchandise for all ages. Proceeds from your purchases go directly to the Johnson Memorial Hospital Guild, which purchases medical equipment and comfort items for our patients. The Guild also helps provide scholarships for those pursuing health-related careers.
For more information, 317.736-3344
Items We Sell
- Floral service, cards, stamps
- Newborn and children's gifts
- Clothing accessories
- Home decor
- Bath and beauty products
- Snacks and drinks
Here you can find local hotels, bed and breakfasts, or campground/cabin sites to stay at during your time in Johnson County.
Johnson Memorial Health provides free internet access for our patients and guests. The Wi-Fi network is JMHWIFI.
Copies of the Daily Journal are available in patient units or for sale in the newspaper boxes located in the lobby of the 1125 Building and outside the Willow Café.
Your privacy is important to us. Johnson Memorial Health will need your permission before releasing any information to the public. Upon admission to the hospital, if you agree to be listed in the hospital directory we will be able to tell your friends and family your room and telephone number.
Smoking, Tobacco, Vaping Use
We support Tobacco Free Johnson County. Smoking, vaping or other tobacco use is strictly prohibited while on Johnson Memorial Health grounds. As a health care institution, we recognize the hazards of tobacco use and would be happy to help you or a loved one quit. Please talk to your doctor or nurse, use these references, or call the Indiana Tobacco Quitline at 800.784.8669.
We believe visitation is an important part of healing. Visitation rights are based on a patient’s or designated support person’s consent to receive whom he or she designates. Visitors will be informed of any restrictions or limitations on such rights.
Johnson Memorial Hospital does not restrict, limit, or otherwise deny visitation privileges on the basis of sex, race, cultural, economic, educational or religious background, sexual orientation or handicap.
We ask that visitors who are ill avoid visiting in consideration and protection of our patients. Please check with the nursing staff before visiting a patient or bringing in food or drinks. Any visitor who is disruptive may be asked to leave or escorted from the building. No visitors are allowed if the patient is under law enforcement surveillance.