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For Patients & Visitors

Whether you’re a hospital patient or simply visiting the hospital, please do not hesitate to ask any Coshocton Regional Medical Center employee – recognizable by our name badges – if you need directions or other assistance. If the employee you approach doesn’t have the information you need, he or she will guide you to someone who can help.

If you’re visiting a patient, please understand that the care of your loved one is our primary concern. We ask that you assist us by following the guidelines we’ve established to maintain a safe, quiet and comfortable atmosphere for our patients.

Since we are also concerned for your comfort as a visitor, here is some general information about our hospital. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to speak with any of our Coshocton Regional Medical Center staff members.

For Our Patients

Confused About a Medication or Procedure?

If you are scheduled for a procedure you don’t quite understand, or want to know more about a new medication you’re taking, our nurses can provide you with the information you need. Your nurse can provide you with printed information about procedures, medications, dietary restrictions, nutritional information, appropriate exercise, diseases and conditions and more. You will receive some of informational materials in your patient folder, but if you have more information, simply ask and your nurse can get you the answers you need.


If you wish to speak with a chaplain, please ask a member of the nursing staff to contact one. You are also welcome to visit our chapel, located outside the emergency department on the first floor.

Preparing for Your Discharge

From the moment you’re admitted to the hospital, your health care team is preparing for you to be ready for discharge to your residence or to a rehabilitation facility to complete your recuperation. Included in that team are our case managers who will visit you during your stay to help coordinate plans for your eventual discharge from the hospital, such as arranging for medical supplies or home health assistance to help you complete your care.

As your discharge time nears, your physician will complete the discharge orders. Often those orders require the completion of final tests or additional medication, all of which will need to be completed before your discharge can happen. Your nurse will keep you informed and will contact your case manager as necessary to make your discharge as smooth as possible.

For Visitors

Visiting Hours

Nursing Units
Daily – 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Daily – 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

ICU Special Restrictions

  • Visitation is limited to no more than one visitor in the room at one time.
  • Children under the age of 18 are not permitted in the patient’s room.
  • Due to the chance of infection, flowers and live plants are not permitted.

Please note:

  • We reserve the right to limit visitation if the patient’s condition requires it.
  • Overnight visitation is encouraged if warranted by the patient’s condition. Please check with the nurse on duty who can assist you.

Patient Condition Reports

When patients arrive at Coshocton Regional Medical Center as a patient, we ask them to provide the names of the family members or friends to whom we may release information about their condition. For the privacy of our patients, we will only release information about a patient’s condition to those designated by the patient or his or her caregiver.

Contact Information

Protect Patients From Infection

If you are ill, please do not visit your loved one in the hospital. If you must visit, please ask the ICU nurse for a mask and wear it at all times.

All visitors are asked to use hand sanitizer before entering and after leaving the patient’s room. There is hand sanitizer available for your use in the patient rooms, at all hospital entrances and in several locations throughout the hospital.

Public Restrooms

Public restrooms are located on the first floor near the registration area. There are also restrooms for public use on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors; check at the nurse’s station for the location. For the safety and convenience of our patients, restrooms in the patient rooms are reserved for patient use only.


To help ensure that our patients are getting the proper nutrition to help them heal, we often monitor their meal intake. For that reason, we ask that visitors refrain from eating from the patient’s room tray.

If you would like to join your loved one for a meal, you are welcome to bring your cafeteria selections to the room on trays provided in the cafeteria. For meal delivery directly to the room, please speak with the nurse on duty.

The cafeteria is located on the ground floor.

Meal service is available:

  • Monday through Friday
    • Breakfast - 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m
    • Lunch - 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    • Cafeteria closes at 2:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday
    • Closed

Vending machines are available inside the cafeteria entrance on the ground floor and in the emergency department waiting room on the first floor.

gift shopGift Shop

The gift shop is located on the ground floor, across from the cafeteria.

Hours: Monday through Saturday – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday – 1 to 4 p.m.
(hours may vary)

General Information

Cell Phone Use

Cell phones are permitted in most hospital areas with the exception of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). We ask, however, that you respect our patients’ need for quiet whenever you are in a patient’s room or the nursing unit hallway. Please silence your phone by either turning it off or placing it in vibrate mode. Coshocton Regional Medical Center reserves the right to require you to end your indoor cell phone use if your phone use is causing a disruption for our patients.

Laptop Use

If you have wireless capability in your personal laptop, you are welcome to access the Internet through the hospital’s wireless service. Simply connect to CRMC WIFI, open your browser, and click "Accept."


Tobacco use is prohibited inside the hospital and on any Coshocton property including sidewalks and parking lots.