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Amenities at Children's & Women's Hospital

Our goal is to make your stay or visit with us as comfortable as possible. We offer a number of amenities, services and other conveniences to our patients and their families.

CW Tree House Amenity

Visiting Hours and Policies

Visiting hours and policies can vary for each unit at Children's & Women's Hospital. Please see our Hours of Operation for complete information.

Hours of Operation

Wi-Fi

We offer free wireless access from anywhere inside the hospital to all of our patients and visitors.

Cafeteria

Dining areas at Children's & Women's Hospital are located on the first level of the Children's Tower. We offer healthy menu options throughout the day.

Cafeteria Hours:
Breakfast: 6:30 a.m.-9 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Dinner: 5 p.m.-7 p.m.

Grill Hours:
11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Gift Shop

Located in the hospital lobby, our gift shop supplies everything from personal necessities and snacks to a variety of gifts. The shop is run by hospital volunteers and all proceeds benefit the USA Children's & Women's Hospital Auxiliary, which supports a wide range of patient needs.

To contact the gift shop, call us at (251) 415-1543.

Gift Shop Hours
Weekdays: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturdays: 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms

The Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms are located on the third and fourth floors of the Children's Tower. Families of our pediatric patients can seek some time to themselves in these rooms. We also offer private shower areas, laundry facilities, snacks and television for their convenience.

The Tree House

The Tree House is a pediatric playroom available to all children of all ages who are not under isolation precautions. This playroom is a place where kids can be kids by playing games, watching videos and taking part in other fun, light-hearted activities.

The Tree House is located on the third floor of USA Children's & Women's Hospital. For more information, contact us at (251) 415-1507.

Geri Moulton Children's Park

Medical expertise, technology and compassion are all important parts of the delivery of healthcare, no matter what age. However, research shows that environment also plays a significant role. USA Children's & Women's Hospital strives to nurture and support the healing process of our patients in as many ways as we can. From family-centered birthing programs and child-friendly pediatric care, to the specially created children's Treehouse, we continue to provide balanced care in many forms. The Geri Moulton Children's Park is one more way we provide an environment of a healing to our children and families.

If you take a stroll through the park, you will find a winding footpath lined with 200-year-old oaks offering their quiet strength. The serene park has comfortable benches, subtle lighting and calming winds blowing through.

Filled with more than 50 life-size bronze sculptures, the Geri Moulton Children's Park is one of the country's premier sculpture parks. It’s been featured in Southern Living magazine and received the Tree Preservation Award from the Mobile Tree Commission.

The University of South Alabama Board of Trustees renamed the USA Children's Park sculpture park in 2009 as "Geri Moulton Children's Park" in honor of her extraordinary contributions toward the creation and ongoing development there. Mrs. Moulton helped spearhead the creation of the USA Children's Park, contributed sculptures, inspired giving from other donors, and chaired events to honor artists and donors.

We welcome your interest in being a part of this growing park. If you're interested in contributing in any way, please call the USA Office of Development at (251) 415-1636.

See Park Brochure and Map

Mapp Child and Family Life Program

Together, with the Class Act, the founders of the Mapp Child and Family Life Program have developed a way to offer school services to all children who are receiving healthcare services at USA Children's & Women's Hospital. We partner with Mobile County Public Schools and credentialed teachers in the Class Act program to provide instruction to school-age children in the hospital’s classrooms or at bedside. We also provide services to ease a child’s transition back into school and community. Our teams even provide special events and services to help normalize the hospital environment for our young students. For more information about the Mapp Child and Family Life Program, contact our Program Coordinator by phone at (251) 415-1406 extension 1507 or by email at kwagner@health.southalabama.edu.

Class Act Program

The Class Act program is a cooperative effort between USA Children's & Women's Hospital and the Mobile County Public School System. Two Mobile County teachers staff this program and provide daily instruction for hospitalized kids in grades K-12. Instruction is offered in the Class Act classrooms (located on the fourth floor) to patients. Teachers also visit individual patient rooms when needed. For more information about the Class Act Program, contact us at (251) 415-1406.

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