Room Service Dining
Rush-Copley has room service style of dining which allows you to order what you'd like when you are hungry. Room service is available from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Children's menus are available and a guest meal can be ordered for $6. Registered dietitians are available to assist with food selections.
Complimentary Valet Parking
Complimentary valet parking is available for patients and guests. Located at the main entrance of the hospital, valet parking is offered Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., with attendants on hand to retrieve cars until 5 p.m. For those needing access to their vehicles after 5 p.m., please contact the security office at ext. 4717 for assistance.
A cash machine is located next to the cashier's office on the first floor near the Outpatient entrance.
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Rush-Copley offers the use of a laptop computer, complete with Internet access, during your stay. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hospital.
Beverage and Newspaper Cart
Housekeeping delivers newspapers to rooms between 8 and 9 a.m., Monday through Friday. After 2 p.m. the volunteers provide complimentary newspapers as well as beverages. We offer the Chicago Tribune and the Beacon News.
Mail and Stamps
If you receive mail during your stay, it will be delivered by a hospital volunteer. They can also take your outgoing mail. Stamps are available in The Glass Promenade Gift Shop.
Magazines, Books, Movies and Music
Complimentary magazines and books can be delivered to your room. Large print materials are also available. If you prefer to listen to music or watch a movie, Rush-Copley maintains a library of CDs and movies.
Chapel and Spiritual Care
Rush-Copley's interfaith chapel, located on the second floor of the hospital, is always open for prayer and meditation. A chaplain is available 24 hours a day to provide spiritual and emotional support to patients and families.
A special group of volunteers at Rush-Copley is doing much to help "heel" patients. They are pet therapy dogs and their goal is to comfort, entertain and help you recover.
Rush-Copley can provide foreign language and American sign language interpreters.
The services of a notary public are available free of charge on weekdays.