We’re Here for You
You’re here because you care about your loved ones. As they go through major milestones or face health challenges, you show your support through encouraging words and quality time spent together.
While you’re there for your loved one, AdventHealth Manchester, formerly Manchester Memorial Hospital, is here for you. We know how stressful a visit to the hospital can be, and we know it’s hard to focus on your loved one when you’re hungry or worried about parking. So you can provide that steady shoulder to lean on, we’re here to lend support in any way we can — from food to an on-call chaplain. We've gathered visitor resources and hospital information to help make your visit as stress-free as possible. What else do you need for an easier visit? Just ask. We’re happy to provide.
Learn more about the full range of guest services we offer.
Experience Our Visitor Services
- Hospital Amenities & Visiting Hours
While you’re visiting your loved one, we've thought of everything you might need. From a delicious, healthy cafeteria to a peaceful onsite chapel, our visitor services offer support for all your physical and spiritual needs.
Working together with dietitians and chefs, we’ve created something delicious and nutritious: the Terrace Café. To place a grill order, call 606-598-5104, ext. 3231 any time when the Café is open.
Open daily. Hours:
- 6 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 10 pm.
Terrace Café Hot Bar:
- Weekdays: 11 am to 1:30 pm and 7 pm to 10 pm.
- Weekends: 7 pm to 9 pm.
Our Café also offers catering for functions within and outside the hospital. Call 606-598-5104, ext. 3233.
Hospital Gift Shop
Brighten your loved one’s day with a gift from The Gift Gallery. Choose from candles, balloons, plush animals, and much more. To send a gift to your loved one’s room, simply call us at 606-598-1029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Monday through Friday. Hours:
- Monday through Thursday: 9 am to 4:45 pm.
- Friday: 9 am to 2 pm.
Pastoral Care and Onsite Chapel
Ready to offer words of counsel, a kind, listening ear, or a personalized prayer, our chaplain is on call 24/7. He can also connect you with a leader from your own religious community. You can reach our hospital chaplain, Mark Bondarenko, at 606-598-1016.
When you need a quiet place to contemplate, visit our Saul and Lois Goins Chapel, located on the main floor beside The Gift Gallery. It’s the perfect spot to ponder, pray, and find peace.
Hospital Visiting Hours
We want you to feel welcome here, and we want to make visiting your loved one as easy as possible. For that reason, we hold extensive visiting hours from 10 am to 8 pm in every area of the hospital except the ICU. In the ICU, we ask that only immediate family visit for only 30 minutes every two hours during normal visiting hours.
Because we care deeply about your loved one’s wellbeing, we ask that you follow a few guidelines during your visit:
- Before bringing food or flowers to your loved one’s room, please check with the nursing unit.
- Please limit your visits to any area of the hospital to two visitors per patient at a time.
- Please note that AdventHealth Manchester is a tobacco-free campus.
- Please note that children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- Getting Here is Easy
You have a lot of things to think about. Finding a parking spot shouldn't be one of them. This is why we offer ample visitor parking at our Clay County hospital. It's free, so you can stay as long as you like without worrying about mounting fees.
- Pastoral Care
A hospital stay can be an unexpected, anxious and a lonely time, not only for loved ones, but family and friends as well. AdventHealth Manchester knows that your spiritual care is also an important part of the healing process. That’s why members of the Department of Pastoral Care are available to you and your loved ones during your time in the hospital, providing you with spiritual care and support.
Contact a Chaplain
Patients, their family members or friends can request a visit from a chaplain, and we are also available to assist clergy or other pastors coming to visit their congregants.