St. Barnabas Hospital Visiting Hours
All visitors enjoy full and equal visitation privileges. All patients have the opportunity to receive visitors and the right to limit their visitors. There may be certain circumstances that will require us to restrict or limit visitors for reasons of patient safety. Two visitors to a bedside, please.
Medical, Surgical and Pediatrics
Medical/Surgical: No children under 12 years of age
Pediatrics: 4pm-5pm for siblings 12 years and under
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Siblings: Every Saturday, 1pm-4pm
Parents and Grandparents: 24 hours except 7am-8am and 7pm-8pm
Intensive Care Unit
General Hours: 11am-8pm
Siblings 12 years and under: 4pm-5pm
During the flu season, children under 12 years of age are not permitted to visit unless vaccinated for the flu.
Labor & Delivery
Two designated support persons are permitted at the bedside. Children under 18 years of age are not permitted unless the patient has received permission in writing from the Labor & Delivery manager or administrative supervisor.
Psychiatry Units (Kane 2/Kane 3)
The minimum age of visitors to the psychiatric units is 16 years old.
Please note: Children under 14 years of age are not permitted to remain in the hospital lobby unaccompanied and may only visit patient floors as designated.
The parking garage at St. Barnabas Hospital is open 24 hours and 7 days a week for all patients and visitors.
Visitor Parking Rates
Up to 1 hour: $8
Up to 2 hours: $12
Up to 6 hour: $20
Up to 12 hours: $25
Up to 24 hours: $35
The SBH Cafeteria is open daily for visitors and is located in the lower level of the hospital.
We are very pleased to offer our patients free unlimited local telephone service. As the hospital is not responsible for the loss of personal articles, we ask that you send any cellular phone and devices home for safekeeping.
The Telehealth television rental service rate of $6 per day includes a variety of DirecTV channels and local channels. Please leave a message at ext. 6567 if you would like to request television
service or if you experience any problems. The Telehealth attendants are in the hospital from 1pm to 7pm every day
of the week.
Being sick or injured can be frightening and emotionally draining. Our SBH chaplains offer emotional and spiritual care for you and your loved ones. They are available to listen, to comfort, and to help you draw upon your personal strengths.
The pastoral care services we offer are non-denominational and independent of any particular religious affiliation. Our chaplains follow the lead of the patient/resident and intervene in ways that are appropriate to the unique needs and desires of the individual. This includes support and help in accessing the patient’s and/or family’s resources through compassionate listening. We respect all religious traditions and welcome the involvement of your home clergy while you are hospitalized. It is also not necessary to belong to a congregation or even consider yourself religious to consult a chaplain.
St. Barnabas Hospital
SBH Health System
4422 Third Avenue, Main Floor
Bronx, NY 10457
The Meditation Room
The Meditation Room is a nondenominational space offered to persons who may need a moment of quiet. The only thing we ask is to respect others who may be in the room at the same time and maintain a quiet place. Open 24 hours and seven days a week, the Mediation Room is located on the ground floor between the main elevators and the hallway leading to the exit.
The Patient & Family Service Center offers you the convenience of multiple services all at one location. Our office is on the ground floor of the hospital near the visitor elevators.Please stop by and meet our friendly and professional staff, who will gladly help you with the following:
- Admitting forms and documentation
- Financial information and payment
- Sliding-scale fees
- Qualifications for charity care
- Paperwork to request copies of your medical records
- MetroCards and payments
Admitting: Monday-Sunday, 6am-Midnight
Financial Representatives: Monday-Sunday, 7am-7pm
Cashier: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
How Can a Representative Help You?
A patient representative will listen to your concerns, address your needs and help you find solutions to problems. For example, if there is any miscommunication or misunderstanding that leads to conflicts or disagreements involving treatment decisions, the patient representative will assist you by providing a way to find resolutions. Patient representatives are impartial. They provide effective liaisons between patients, their family members, physicians, nurses and all hospital departments.
Questions you may have on topics regarding advance directives, such as healthcare proxy, living wills and DNR (Do Not Resuscitate), can also be addressed through the Patient Relations Office.
Where Can I Find a Patient Representative?
The Patient Relations Office is located on the 2nd floor in the main hospital building. You may call a Patient Representative directly from 9am to 5 pm, Monday-Friday, at 718-960-6121 or 718-960-6353.
If you have an urgent problem during evenings, weekends or holidays, please contact the charge nurse at the nursing station on your floor.
Lobby Concierge (Courtesy Phone)
Social Work/Care Transitions