All Mercy services are open. See safe options for care and the latest COVID-19 vaccine information.
Please observe these guidelines while you are on our campuses:
COVID-19 positive patients on isolation may have one visitor at a time and follow these additional rules
*per CDC guidelines for health care facilities
Your safety is our priority. Mercy Hospital Washington has safety guidelines in place to protect you, your family and your care team during your hospital stay. Take a few minutes to review this information with your loved ones.
Our open visiting policy allows visitors 24/7 access, but please be mindful of our patients who need rest.
The patient's primary support person may visit anytime. During labor, additional visitors are limited dependent on the clinical situation. Other family members or friends are asked to stay in the family waiting area. All children, including siblings, must be accompanied by an adult.
Only two visitors will be allowed to see a patient at any given time. ICU staff may further limit visitors at their discretion.
Please review Visitor Guidelines prior to your visit.
Visitors bring emotional support and enhanced recovery to our patients. To provide a restful and safe environment, we ask that all visitors comply with the following guidelines:
If a patient is facing an end-of-life prognosis, the patient’s physician may make exceptions so that the emotional needs of the patient and family are met.
Mercy reserves the right to change current policies for the safety of patients, visitors, and staff at any time during a pandemic, public health emergency, or other exceptional circumstances.
Mercy Hospital Washington is located in Franklin County, off I-44 exit 251, near the intersection of Highway 47 and E. Fifth Street.
901 E. Fifth St.
Washington, MO 65804
Free parking is available near all Mercy Hospital Washington entrances and surrounding medical buildings. Remember to lock your car and keep valuables in the trunk.
Our cafeteria is located on the second floor.
You’ll find a large selection of hot and cold foods for breakfast, lunch and
Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Multiple vending machines offering beverages and snacks are available throughout the hospital and medical buildings.
Free guest WiFi is available. Select [email protected] on your web-enabled device.
An ATM is located on the second floor, in the cafeteria.
Mercy Hospital Washington has a campus-wide no-smoking policy in accordance with Joint Commission accreditation standards.
Located in the main lobby, the Mercy Gift Shop offers gifts for special occasions, new baby gifts, jewelry, magazines, books, greeting cards, snacks/soft drinks, travel toiletries, balloons and fresh flowers.
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
An interpreter, assistive listening devices, telecommunications devices (TDD) and closed-caption televisions are available at no cost for hearing-impaired patients. Ask your nurse for assistance.
Language interpreters and translation services are available to patients at no cost when needed for effective communication of medical treatment, obtaining consent for procedures or tests and providing information relating to health care recommendations, education, instructions, medications, diagnoses and prognoses.
Mercy is a faith-based ministry committed to meeting the spiritual needs of our patients. Spiritual care services at Mercy Hospital Washington are available to all patients and their families, regardless of religious preference or beliefs. As a ministry of the Catholic Church, Mercy makes the sacraments available to those who wish to receive them. Protestant communion and emergency baptism are available by request.
To benefit from our spiritual care services, please call 636-239-8541 and speak with a chaplain.
Our chapel is located on the first floor and is always open for personal prayer and reflection.
Bibles are available in patients' rooms. Other sacred scriptures are available on request.
We encourage you to send electronic well wishes to family and friends when you can’t visit the hospital in person.