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Methodist Fremont Health is happy to provide several options for patient and visitor parking as well as Internet access, dining options and spiritual care services to all patients and visitors. Click the options below to learn more about these amenities and more.
We offer several options for patient and visitor parking while at Methodist Fremont Health (View Map):
- The flat surface parking areas to the East and West of the medical center are for use by patients and vendors.
- Patients and visitors of Dunklau Gardens are encouraged to park in the lot to the NW of the facility.
We are available to help if you need assistance after hours or on weekends, call Security at (402) 721-1610.
Methodist Fremont Health’s gift shop, The Look Nook, is located in the main lobby on the first floor. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. It is staffed and operated by Methodist Fremont Health Volunteers. All proceeds from purchases in the gift shop support programs and services provided by Methodist Fremont Health.
Families want to stay connected when they are with a loved one in the hospital. We have convenient access for you:
- Computers for Family Use
Computers for the use of patients and their families are available in the Family Rooms on each floor.
- Wireless Internet
If you have a smart phone or portable tablet or computer, we offer free wireless Internet throughout the hospital.
- Cell Phone Precautions
Cell phones are permitted throughout the hospital except in places where electronic monitoring is used.
As a patient of Methodist Fremont Health, you have our commitment to meet your individual nutrition needs. We understand you, and your visitors, may not desire or be able to adhere to a schedule. We are pleased to offer you several unique options for food service.
Methodist Fremont Health offers “At Your Request” Room Service Dining. This menu is designed to offer variety and flexibility. Meals are freshly prepared to meet your specific diet needs, at your preferred dining times. An operator will take your order, and within 45 minutes your food will be delivered right to your room.
Place your order by dialing 7378 (SERV) anytime between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Outside the hospital dial (402) 941-7378 (SERV).
Dining Sunset Market Café Hours
The Sunset Market Café (cafeteria) is located on the north wing of the first floor.
For your convenience, a credit/debit card machine is available for your food purchases. The Sunset Market Café does not accept personal checks. There is an ATM machine located in the main lobby of the Medical Center for individuals preferring to use cash.
- Hot Breakfast
6:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Monday - Friday
- Continental Breakfast
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Monday - Friday
- Hot Lunch
11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Seven days a week
- Cold Lunch & Snacks
1:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., Seven days a week
4:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Seven days a week
Vending machines are located adjacent to the Sunset Market Café on the first floor, in the Emergency Department lobby, and near the lobby level elevators.
If you experience any problems while using the vending machines (i.e., incorrect change or product not given), contact the Communications Department by dialing "0" from any phone within the Medical Center.
Social Services personnel are available to assist you with planning for care after you leave the hospital and can provide additional information or services that will promote continued healing.
Spiritual care services staff members are available for visitation, prayer and spiritual encouragement 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To request spiritual care services while inside the hospital, dial 0#. If you need assistance contacting your minister or the community chaplain, please notify your nurse.
Visitation, Prayer and Spiritual Encouragement
To meet the spiritual needs of patients and their families, spiritual care services staff are available at the hospital. Our in-house chaplains honor and affirm all faiths, values and cultures and are available to help patients and families in any way they can.
To request a visit by a hospital chaplain, contact your nurse.
How Can We Help
Chaplains can assist in many ways:
- If you are struggling with the meaning of your illness.
- If you have concerns with spiritual issues outside of illness.
- If you are wrestling with difficult treatment choices.
- If you would like to request a religious ritual specific to your tradition or beliefs.
- If you desire to express anxiety or fear or to confide in a "safe" person.
- If you have received bad news.
- If you are far from home and would like support.
- If you are anticipating surgery.
- If you would like someone to pray with you or bless you.
The Methodist Fremont Health Chapel, located in Dunklau Gardens, welcomes patients, families and staff with a stained glass window featuring women and children.