Services & amenities
There are three ATMs near Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital at the Geisinger Medical Center campus:
- Foss Clinic lobby: On the first floor, follow the main concourse past the coffee shop and pharmacy. The Foss Clinic is located at the end of the hallway. The ATM is on the left near the entrance.
- Entrance of Subway'. Take the B elevator to the second floor. Turn right down the incline and then take the first left. The ATM is on the left.
- Hospital for Advanced Medicine: Atrium Café near the bottom of the stairs.
Geisinger Medical Center offers complimentary internet access while you are on our campus. The Wi-Fi network is “Geisinger Guest.”
We do use content-filtering tools to prevent access to some websites. That is to protect our patients, their visitors and Geisinger. We encourage you to be cautious when disclosing personally identifiable or sensitive information while on any shared, public network, including ours.
If you have any questions, ask one of our hospital staff for instructions on using our network to connect to the internet.
Laptop/cell phone usage
Because cellular phones and other electronic devices may interfere with electronic equipment in patient areas, we ask that you turn off your phone, laptop or other device in certain areas.
Use of cell phones and electronics is permitted in waiting areas, in patient rooms or outside of the hospital, unless otherwise noted on a sign.
As a courtesy to others in the facility, limit conversations that may be disruptive to other guests and keep your voice level down.
The telephone in your room is provided free of charge. Ask a member of your care team for the direct phone number for your telephone.
New prescriptions can be delivered to your room before you leave the hospital by Geisinger’s Pharmacy. The Geisinger Bush Pavilion Pharmacy (inside of Geisinger Medical Center) fills prescriptions and sells over-the-counter medications. Located next to the main lobby, Geisinger Pharmacy is open from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday.
The pharmacy accepts most insurance plans and offers competitive pricing on prescription and over-the-counter medications. If you prefer another pharmacy, prescriptions can be emailed or phoned in for pickup on your way home.
Notary public services are available during business hours. Ask your nurse for contact information to make an appointment with an on-site notary public.