Whether you’re here for an hour or for the day, we know that friends and family members can be an important part of the healing process. Take a look through our visitor guidelines and information so you can experience an enjoyable and productive visit with your loved one.
St. Mary’s Health System and Emergency Department are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We know that care and support doesn’t fall inside a neat schedule. That’s why St. Mary’s Health System has adopted a patient and family-centered care model with traditional visiting hours from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and quiet hours beginning at 8 p.m.
Please note that visitors arriving after 8 p.m. are requested to enter through the Emergency Department doors and check-in. Visitors to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are at the discretion of the nurse. We recommend calling ahead to make sure you can visit.
To inquire about a patient’s room or telephone number, please call the hospital’s operator at (207) 777-8100
Our cafeteria is located across the street from the hospital at 100 Campus Avenue on the first floor of St. Mary’s Residences (formerly Maison Marcotte). The two buildings are connected through an underground walk-way located on the ground floor near the Emergency Department. Market Street Café is located on the ground floor just inside the main hospital entrance of 93 Campus Avenue.
Grab & Go or Dine In
Located in the Main Lobby of St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center
Open Daily 6:00 am to 7:00 pm
An ATM is located in the main lobby, adjacent to the Reception Desk.
There are many nearby lodging options for family and friends during your hospital stay. Our friendly Patient Service Representatives at the Main Information Desk will be happy to provide you with a list.
St. Mary’s Health System is proud to be a tobacco-free environment as all forms of use, including smoking and vaping, are prohibited on our campus. If you are preparing for a hospital stay and have concerns regarding how you will respond physically or emotionally to our tobacco-free campus policy, we encourage you to speak with your health care provider. There are solutions that will help you control your cravings and reduce your dependence on tobacco products.