Visitor Information

Visiting Hours 

  • Visiting hours are noon - 8 pm, unless indicated differently (see list below).
    New King Street Addition at the Chambersburg Hospital
  • Visitors identified as family or support person(s) are welcome to visit at any time.
  • Visitors should be age 12 or older unless special permission has been given.

 

Behavioral Health
Monday - Friday:  6 - 8 pm
Saturday & Sunday:  1 - 2:30 pm & 6 - 8 pm
 
Critical Care Unit (CCU) / Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Immediate family or support person(s) and clergy only
 
Inpatient Rehab
No visiting hour restrictions. 
Visits during the patient's therapy by pre-arrangement only.
 
Pediatrics
Day 1 of admission: 2 parents or primary caregivers may stay
Day 2: Parents or primary caregivers:  9 am - 8 pm (one parent may stay overnight)  Other adults: 12 noon - 8 pm
 
Father/support person(s): Visit any time
Adults and siblings of the newborn:  12 noon - 8 pm
  • A maximum of only 3 people (support person included) should be with visiting during labor and delivery.
  • No more than 5 visitors (support person included) should be visiting at once after delivery.
  • Visitors must be at least 12 years old unless they are a sibling of the newborn.

Coffee Shop & Gift Shop

For the convenience of family members, light meals and refreshments are available in the Coffee Shop located in the main lobby. The Gift Shop offers a great selection of  balloons, cards, collectibles, jewelry, fresh flowers, plants, baby gifts, toys, seasonal gifts, inspirational gifts, candles and stationary. The Gift Shop accepts phone orders, please call (717) 267-7932 to place your order today!

Gift Shop Hours

  • Monday–Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am to 7 pm
  • Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am to 4 pm
  • Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 to 4 pm
  • Holidays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed

 

* Our hospital volunteers are available to get items from the Gift Shop and Coffee Shop for you. This service is available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm by calling (717)267-3000 ext.1213.

Cell Phones & Wireless Devices

To protect the safety of our patients, wireless devices should be turned off while you're in the following areas:

  • Cardiac Catheterization Lab on the 1st floor
  • MRI area on the ground floor
  • Operating Room (OR) on the 1st floor

If you're uncertain, please speak with a nurse to find out if wireless devices are permitted in your area of the hospital.

WiFi (Wireless Connection)

Free wireless connection and access to the internet via your smart phones, tablets and laptops.

Smoking

Smoking is not permitted on the hospital campus. This includes the building and parking areas.

Vending Area

Vending machines, accessible 24 hours a day for snacks and beverages, are located in the emergency department waiting area and on the ground floor.

Waiting Areas

Waiting areas are located on each floor.

Restrooms

Public restrooms are located on the ground floor, and adjacent to the main lobby on the first floor.

Chapel & Chaplain Service

You may request a visit from our chaplain by calling (717) 267-3000 ext. 7749 or by asking your nurse. Our chaplain’s office can also contact your local clergy if you’d like. A chaplain is on call 24-hours-a-day.

An interfaith chapel, open 24 hours-a-day, is located on the first floor by the main lobby.

Family HOSPITALity

For out-of-town emergency patients, we offer the Family HOSPITALity program which gives discount rates at several local motels.  Pets can be cared for on an emergency basis through special arrangements with several veterinarians.  Ask a member of the hospital staff for more information.

Guest Tray

During your visit, eat a meal with your friend or family member during their stay. For a small charge, friends and family members can ask a nurse to request a guest tray.

Interpreters

We will make every effort to provide interpreters for those patients who do not speak English.  For information, call Social Services at (717) 267-7156.

Latex Free

Although we are not totally latex free, we are able to care for those who are latex sensitive.  To further protect those with latex sensitivities, we also ask visitors to avoid sending latex balloons to patients.

Lost and Found

Personal items found on Hospital property are kept in a safe, secure place until they are claimed, up to one month.  To inquire about a lost item, please ask your nurse to check with lost and found.

Newspapers

Newspapers are available in the Gift Shop.

Courtesy Phones

Courtesy phones are available for use in the main lobby. TDD is available at the cashier’s desk.

Service Animals

A "service animal" is any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. If an animal meets this definition, it is considered a service animal under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA), regardless of the animals licensing or certification.

Persons who use service animals may be accompanied by their service animals during their visit to this facility regardless of whether the animals are working or performing their tasks at all times.

Service animals may be separated from their owners in areas where special air filtration is required, or the general public must take special precautions that a service animal could not take, including hand washing or wearing gowns, gloves, and masks.

For questions about this policy, please speak with your nurse.

Non-Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of the Chambersburg Hospital that no patient, visitor, or employee is excluded from participation in, is denied the benefits of, or is otherwise subjected to discrimination in the provision of any care or services available through the Chambersburg Hospital, on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, religion, handicap, disability, ability to pay, or source of payment. EOE.

No building, wing, patient floor, or room shall be segregated based upon race, color, national origin, creed, ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, religion, handicap, disability, ability to pay, or source of payment.

 

 

Visiting Hours 

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  • Visitors identified as family or support person(s) are welcome to visit at any time.
  • Visitors should be age 12 or older unless special permission has been given.

 

Critical Care Unit (CCU) / Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

  • Immediate family or support person(s) and clergy only

 

Family Birthing Department

Visiting hours are open. There is no age limit or max amount of visitors at one time.

Medical / Surgical

  • Noon to 8 pm

Cell Phones & Wireless Devices

Cell phones and wireless device use is permitted only in the lobbies and waiting room areas.

WiFi (Wireless Connection)

Free wireless connection and access to the internet via your smart phones, tablets and laptops.

Snack Bar and Gift Shop

For the convenience of visitors, light meals and refreshments are available in the snack bar on the first floor.  An adjacent gift shop offers a fine selection of cards, toiletries, and small gifts.

Smoking 

We are a tobacco-free hospital campus.

Chapel

Chaplain services are available, and a meditation room on the first floor is open at all times.

Courtesy Phones

Courtesy phones are located throughout the hospital and may be used for local and long distance calls in the continental United States.  Calls should be limited to three minutes.

Fire Safety

Periodic fire drills are planned to keep our staff skilled in fire protection procedures.  If you hear a fire bell, do not become alarmed.  Stay where you are until you are provided with directions by a member of the hospital staff.

Latex Free

Although we are not totally latex free, we are able to care for those who are latex sensitive.  To further protect those with latex sensitivities, we also ask visitors to avoid sending latex balloons to patients.

Lost and Found

Lost and found items are left with the switch board operator in the main lobby.

Newspapers

Newspapers are available outside the main entrance.

Notary Public

Notary public service is available in the hospital.  Ask the nurse if you need a notary public.

Service Animals

A "service animal" is any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. If an animal meets this definition, it is considered a service animal under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA), regardless of the animals licensing or certification.

  • Persons who use service animals may be accompanied by their service animals during their visit to this facility regardless of whether the animals are working or performing their tasks at all times.
  • Service animals may be separated from their owners in areas where special air filtration is required, or the general public must take special precautions that a service animal could not take, including hand washing or wearing gowns, gloves, and masks.
  • For questions about this policy, please speak with your nurse.

Vending Machines 

Vending machines are accessible 24 hours a day for snacks and beverages, are located in the emergency department and the second floor.

Non-Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of the Waynesboro Hospital that no patient, visitor, or employee is excluded from participation in, is denied the benefits of, or is otherwise subjected to discrimination in the provision of any care or services available through the Waynesboro Hospital, on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, religion, handicap, disability, ability to pay, or source of payment. EOE.

No building, wing, patient floor, or room shall be segregated based upon race, color, national origin, creed, ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, religion, handicap, disability, ability to pay, or source of payment.

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