Your Accommodations

To Call Your Nurse

Our bedside communication system makes it possible for you to talk with nurses at the nursing station from your bed. You will also find a call button in the bathroom should you need assistance. Your nurse will show you how to use these convenient devices.

Your Room

Your physical surroundings are just as important in the hospital as they are in your own home so we have tried to make them as comfortable as possible. If the type of room you requested is not available when you are admitted, please advise your nurse. We will make the necessary arrangements to switch you when such a room becomes available.

Your Bed

Your bed is operated electrically. Your nurse will show you how to raise and lower it.

The Bedside Cabinet

To avoid belongings being lost, please be sure to store items such as eyeglasses, contact lenses, hearing aids and dentures in the cabinet next to your bed.


Side rails on your child's crib should be kept in an upright position at all times, unless you are standing next to the crib.

Using Your Television

For your enjoyment, we feature a variety of local cable channels. Refer to the cable channels guide at your bedside stand. Television services are provided free of charge.


Menus are distributed on a daily basis. If you need assistance, a dietetic technician will assist you with menu selections and answer any food and nutrition questions you may have.

Mail and Flower Delivery

You are welcome to receive mail during your hospital stay. It is delivered daily and can be addressed as follows:

Your Name
Room #
Bellin Hospital
744 South Webster Ave.
P.O. Box 23400
Green Bay, WI 54305-3400

Flowers may also be delivered daily to non-intensive care area rooms.

Please be aware that patients in our Critical Care, Intermediate Care and Pediatric Intensive Care Units may not receive flowers for health reasons.

Flowers can be sent to a patient after they have been moved to a "regular" room.