Visitors are welcome to our facility at anytime. The front doors lock at 8 pm. However, you can visit a patient after that time by entering through the Emergency Room doors on the east side of the building. Press the red button on the wall inside the first set of doors and the nursing staff can let you in.
The Couryard Grille is open for public dining 7 am to 6 pm Monday – Friday. It is open from 8:30 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Meals are provided to a caregiver or family member staying around the clock with a patient. Guest trays are also available upon request. For our menu calendar click here.
Coffee, tea and water are available 24 hours a day in the Courtyard Grille.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the hospital or on hospital grounds.
Valley County Health System's hospital provides free wireless guest internet service.
Mail and packages will be delivered to you by a hospital employee. Patient mail received after discharge will be forwarded to the patient’s home. Outgoing mail may be given to a nurse. Postage stamps are available at the front registration desk.
Flowers and balloons are delivered to patient rooms by an employee.
Our facility features a beautiful chapel. It is located along the Main corridor just past the Courtyard Grille. Guests are welcome to spend time in this peaceful and relaxing environment.
Telephones are provided in all patient rooms. To place a local call, dial 9 and then the number.
The courteous use of cell phones by patients and visitors is permitted through the entire facility.
Televisions are provided free of charge in each patient room. Please be considerate of others and keep the TV volume down. The sets are controlled by the pillow speaker which may be clipped to your bed or by controls located on the side rail panel.
Televisions are also located in the waiting rooms of the Medical Clinic, Specialty Clinic, Surgery and Emergency departments.
Electrical appliances such as hair dryers, electric razors, portable heaters, computers and other devices must be inspected for safety by our maintenance department.
We periodically conduct fire drills. If you hear an alarm, stay where you are. In the event of an actual emergency, you will be notified by hospital staff.
If you have valuables such as jewelry or cash, please give them to a relative or friend to take care of during your stay. Contact lenses, eyeglasses, hearing aids and dentures should be stored in your bedside stand when not in use. Please don’t put them on your bed or food tray – they may be damaged or lost. Valley County Health System cannot be responsible for replacement of personal belongings.
Gold Star Award
Glenda is always willing to work when a fellow associate can’t make it in. She goes the extra mile to help anyone. She sets up Support Services monthly birthdays luncheons, to bring camaraderie in the four departments. She always does the right thing at the right time for VCHS. She volunteers in her off time on various committees and at VCHS functions. Glenda takes pride in her department, keeping all the areas of the hospital and nursing home facilities shining clean; as well as keeping everything well stocked! Glenda is an extremely hard worker and takes ownership in her position while leading by example. Glenda takes great pleasure making everything sparkle.
Thank you Glenda for going above and beyond to make Valley County Health System a better place!