StPatrickVisitors

Welcome to St. Patrick Hospital

At St. Patrick Hospital, we are focused on creating a healing environment for our patients and visitors. As doctors, nurses, volunteers and staff, we do all we can to make your stay as comfortable as possible. You can expect to be kept informed and treated with compassion and respect during your time at St. Pat’s.

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Facility Information

An ATM is available on the first floor of the Broadway Building, in an alcove between Grounds and Grains coffee shop and the Broadway Pharmacy. The St. Patrick Hospital cafeteria, coffee shop and gift shops accept major credit cards (except American Express), local checks and cash.

St. Patrick Hospital contracts with a leading interpretation provider for services by phone. Connections are fast and more than 200 languages are available. We use a conference phone in the patient’s room so doctor, patient and family can participate in the conversation. This service is available 24 hours a day.

For hearing-impaired patients who need sign language services, resources are available in the hospital to translate important information between doctor, patient and family.

If you need to wait, regroup or relax while your loved one receives care, St. Patrick Hospital offers family waiting areas in the following locations:

  • Day Surgery waiting room is on the second floor. It’s available Monday-Friday, 5 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Intensive Care Unit (ICU) waiting room is located on the third floor. It’s available every day between 9 a.m.-9 p.m. On weekdays, volunteers provide coffee.
  • The International Heart Institute waiting room is staffed by volunteers and is available Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • The fourth floor waiting area is available Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. On weekdays, it’s staffed by volunteers. Coffee is available.
  • The fifth floor waiting area is available seven days a week, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Shuttle service is available from St. Patrick Hospital to many local assisted living communities and senior centers for patients being discharged. A St. Pat’s case manager will work with you to create a discharge plan, including coordinating transportation.

For visitors, volunteers are available to provide directions to public transit or help you call a cab. Volunteer desks are located near the main entrances to St. Patrick Hospital and the Broadway Building.

Transportation services in Missoula

  • Green Taxi: 406-728-8294
  • Grizzly Peak Transport: 406-239-0602
  • Medicab: 406-327-1510
  • Mountain Line Special Transport: 406-543-8386
  • Mountain Line: 406-721-3333
  • Van Pool: 406-327-8515
  • Yellow Cab: 406-543-6644

We believe positive, loving relationships help a patient heal. We encourage you to visit your loved ones during their stay at St. Pat’s. Rest is also important to the healing process. We’ve designated patient visiting hours around common rest times. You’re welcome to visit patients at St. Patrick Hospital during the following times:

  • General hospital visiting hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m., seven days a week
  • Intensive Care staff requests only family members visit patients in their care. We don’t allow phone calls or visitors between 7-8 a.m. and 7-8 p.m. to ensure confidential, uninterrupted communication of patient information during shift change. Please ask your patient’s nurse for assistance if you need to create an alternative visiting plan.

St. Patrick Hospital provides free wireless Internet access for patients and visitors. Please note: our network restricts access to certain websites due to explicit content or network security risks.

To access the St. Patrick Hospital wireless network, follow these steps:

  1. Locate the wireless icon in the bottom right of your computer screen.
  2. Double click the wireless icon. A pop-up window will appear and display the various wireless networks at St. Patrick Hospital. As a guest, patient or visitor, you can use the network “SPH-Guest.” This is an open network, so no password is required.
  3. Select “SPH-Guest” and then click “Connect.” You should be connected to the Internet.

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  • Caring Bridge
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