2950 Elmwood Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
There is no cost to park at Kenmore Mercy Hospital.
Please notify hospital staff if you are parking your vehicle in the hospital parking lot during your stay.
Patients have the right to allow visitors for emotional support and to participate in care decisions and education.
Patients may withdraw or deny visitation at any time.
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the hospital. To begin using this service, open your wireless connection utility, scan available networks and connect to "Catholic Health Visitor."
Bring a driver's license or other proof of identification, as well as appropriate insurance cards, including Medicare and other insurance identification cards, to ensure receipt of proper credit for your insurance coverage.
To make your stay more comfortable, we recommend that you bring a bathrobe, slippers, desired walking shoes, nightgown or pajamas and toiletries. The hospital will provide other necessary articles.
Electric razors and blow-dryers are permitted, but the hospital does not take responsibility for their safekeeping.
The hospital is not responsible for cash, valuables and personal items you take to your room with you. This includes eyeglasses, hearing aids, dentures, canes, prostheses, wheelchairs and other easily misplaces items.
If you wear dentures, eyeglasses or contact lenses, you should keep them in protective containers, labeled with your name, when not in use. Never place dentures on meal trays, put them under the pillow, or wrap them in napkins, otherwise they may be easily lost.
All jewelry and valuables should be sent home or placed in the hospital safe.
Telephone service is complimentary.
You will be able to receive incoming telephone calls and place outgoing local calls from the telephone in your room.
Outgoing calls can be made by dialing “8” and then the telephone number you are calling. For incoming telephone calls, family and friends may reach you by calling 447-6262 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Long distance telephone calls are made at your own expense.
The use of cellular phones in the hospital is prohibited due to the potential interference with some medical life-safety equipment.
Television services are complimentary.
No personal television sets or radios are allowed in your room.
Any mail, packages, or flowers will be delivered daily to your room. Outgoing mail may be given to your nurse. Mail received after your discharge will be forwarded to your home.
Newspapers are for sale in the main lobby. The gift shop has other reading materials.
Hundreds of meals are prepared daily at Kenmore Mercy Hospital and each tray receives individual attention. Nourishing and well-balanced meals are an important part of your treatment and recovery. A registered dietitian works closely with your physician to provide you with individual nutritional care.
Our food service program is called “At Your Service.” Upon admission an ambassador will present you with a restaurant-style menu containing foods correlated to the diet prescribed by your physician. When you wish to receive your meal(s), dial 7-FOOD (73663) and place your order with the call center receptionist. You will receive your personal, “made-to-order” meal within 45 minutes of placing your order.
Call Center Hours:
If you need something during “off” hours, please tell your nurse to call Nutritional Services.
The Patient Representative program is designed to help you with any questions, problems or concerns that may arise during your stay with us here at Kenmore Mercy Hospital.
If you have any concerns about hospital policies, procedures, or personnel, or if anything occurs during your visit which you would like to share with someone, please ask to see the patient representative or call (716) 447-6914.
Please note that as of January 1, 2008, smoking is not permitted anywhere on the Kenmore Mercy campus and its off-site locations, including the Kenmore Mercy Hospital Medical Office Building, McAuley Residence, and the 300 Two Mile Creek Road Building. The new smoke-free policy includes all grounds, parking lots, adjacent sidewalks and private vehicles.