Amenities and Accommodations at Mansfield Hospital
Everything You Need for a Convenient Stay or Visit to Our Hospital
For more than 100 years, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital has worked to meet the needs of patients, families and visitors in Richland County. With a wide variety of amenities and accommodations conveniently located at or near the facility, patients are able to focus solely on getting quality care from our expert staff.
Hotels and Lodging Information
The following hotels are located within 10 minutes of the Mansfield Hospital:
Holiday Inn & Suites Conference Center
116 Park Avenue
Quality Inn & Suites Mansfield
500 N. Trimble Road
Towne Place Suites by Marriot
1125 Guest Ct., Ontario
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1065 N. Lexington-Springmill Road
1051 N. Lexington-Springmill Road
Hours: Everyday, 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 1 to 3 a.m.
- Located on the first floor of the hospital
- Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Vending Machines
Located near the cafeteria, in the Emergency Department and also near elevator A on the second floor.
- Patient Meals
You can select and order meals from a menu. If you miss a meal because of tests or therapy, your nurse will arrange for your meal upon return. Call (419) 520.FOOD (3663) to order meals, or a room service representative can assist you with meal ordering.
- Gift Shop
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1 to 7 p.m.
The gift shop, operated by volunteers of the Mansfield Hospital Auxiliary, is located on the main floor near the lobby.
Banking services are available through an ATM machine located on the main floor by the gift shop.
- Notary Services
Notary services can be arranged Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. as staff members are available.
Notary Services are provided by employees who volunteer their time separate and apart from their employment at the hospital. We cannot guarantee that a notary will be available. Advanced arrangements are recommended and can be made through your nurse.
- Hospital Directory
The Mansfield Hospital directory lists the name, room number, room phone number, general condition and religion of each patient, if provided. To protect your privacy, this information is only shared with people (visitors/callers) who ask for you by name, or by clergy who ask for you by religious affiliation. You have the right to have your information excluded from this directory. Please note, if you exclude your information, we will not be able to acknowledge your presence as a patient to any visitors or callers.
- Internet and Computer
Wireless Internet is available in waiting rooms, the cafeteria, patient rooms and hallways. To access the Internet:
- Go to the settings option on your device.
- Choose Wi-Fi.
- Verify that Wi-Fi is on for the device you are connecting to the Internet.
- Select “OhioHealth Guest Internet” from the list of networks presented.
- Press the “accept” button to connect.
- Open your Internet browsing application and browse.
Cellphones are permitted in most areas of the hospital.
You can make local calls from your room by dialing “9” plus the number.
Long distance calls cannot be charged to your room. To make a long distance call dial “9,” then “0,” then the area code and phone number. An operator will accept credit cards, collect or third party billing.
Your room phone number is posted in your room. Telephone services may be different in maternity, psychiatric, critical care and step-down areas. If you have questions about calling hours on the floor, please ask your nurse.
- Mail, Newspaper and Flower Delivery
Volunteers deliver mail and complimentary newspapers to patient rooms weekday mornings. On the weekend, newspapers are available in the gift shop or in vending machines throughout the hospital.
Mail that arrives after your discharge from the hospital will be forwarded to your home. Outgoing mail may be left at the nurse’s station or given to a volunteer.
Volunteers may deliver flowers to your room. Please keep in mind that large plants and flowers are difficult to deliver and remove when you leave. Also, live flowers are not permitted in the Intensive Care Units or in Cardiovascular Intensive Care.
Television service is free. In addition to cable TV, Mansfield Hospital provides a Patient Education Network (PEN) with special programming — channels 80, 82 and 84. The guide in your room lists all cable TV and PEN schedules.