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For visitors at HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital

Our hospital provides information about our visitor services and policies, including guest Wi-Fi access, community partnerships and other available resources.

Visitor information

Visitor hours

Our visiting hours are Monday through Sunday, 6:00am to 8:00pm.

Wi-Fi access

HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital operates a wireless (Wi-Fi) network for our patients and guests. Using your Wi-Fi-enabled device, you can access many internet resources (email and websites) from just about anywhere in the hospital. We're happy to provide this free and reliable service to our patients and visitors, and getting connected is easy.

HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital's Café's hours

Our Café is open for:

  • Breakfast: 7:00am to 10:00am
  • Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm
  • Dinner: 4:30pm to 6:00pm


Parking must be in accordance with posted signs or markings on the pavement or curb.

  • Visitors may park in white spaces.
  • Visitors of the ER and operating room (OP) may park in red spaces.
  • Employees park in yellow spaces.

Vehicles cannot occupy more than one parking space. Areas may be temporarily restricted in case of emergencies, special occasions or repairs and maintenance, as authorized by Administration or Security.

Vehicles may not be parked in the following areas:

  • In any Authorized Parking or No Parking areas
  • In the driveway or on any sidewalk or curbs
  • In unauthorized areas around the Emergency Department
  • On or over any crosswalk
  • On or over any grass
  • The Emergency Room ambulance area
  • Within any intersection or roadway
  • Within 20 feet of any fire hydrant

Vehicles not displaying proper handicapped/disabled signs or license plates may be ticketed by the county and maybe towed at the owner’s expense.

The security department has the responsibility for the enforcement of all parking regulations. Security is to ensure that access to the emergency facilities is clear and unobstructed.

Shuttle services and assistance
HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital offers free shuttle services from your car to any entrance in the facility. To connect from the parking lot, please dial (772) 807-6340.

Any employee, patient or visitor requiring assistance with a vehicle breakdown can call Security at ext. 4911 or the operator at 0. Security will assist with “jump starts” for vehicles as time or weather permits. Other repairs will be at the individual’s request and expense.

An escort can be provided to and from the facility 24 hours a day by Security personnel via ext. 4911 or through the PBX department.

Tobacco-free policy

HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital is committed to providing a safe, clean, and healthy environment for our patients, employees, visitors and customers. For that reason, we are proud to be a tobacco-free campus.

Patient surgery text updates

To keep families informed on the progress of their loved one's surgery, we offer a service that provides updates via text message.

To keep families informed on the progress of their loved one's surgery, we offer a service that provides updates via text message.

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteers are an integral part of the hospital experience for our patients and visitors.

Volunteering at our hospital

HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital offers volunteer opportunities to people to contribute their time to improve the quality of services offered to our patients, family members, physicians and staff. Additionally, the great satisfaction gained by volunteers makes the experience truly worthwhile. If you are motivated to donate your time and talents and want to give back to your community, we invite you to join the dedicated group of volunteers at our hospital.

Spiritual care

Assisting when you are in need, the Spiritual Care Department offers guidance, support and healing.

What is a chaplain?

Chaplains are a diverse group of spiritual care providers and serve as part of the clinical team. They provide support for spiritual and emotional distress with treatment options for the best quality of patient care. Chaplains offer resources to encourage healing with healthcare issues, loss, or changes in prognosis and sudden death. Our Spiritual Care department is also available to assist in advance directives, DNR and/or withdrawal of life support.

We are happy to arrange to have a pastor, rabbi, imam or spiritual leader of your faith visit upon your request.

What does a chaplain do?

Chaplains provide a comforting presence to patients and their loved ones during times of anxiety, doubt, distress and loss. They actively listen and help patients process their experiences to access their source of meaning and hope.

As an integral part of the healthcare team, a chaplain provides emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families when they are being treated for traumatic injury, illness, contemplating advance directives, or making end of life decisions. A chaplain may also assist during times of loss, emotionally processing test results, and a serious diagnosis.

When to call a chaplain

Chaplains can provide comfort and guidance if you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following:

  • A desire for prayer, scripture or the administration of the sacraments
  • A fear of death
  • Emotional distress, discouragement, depression, anxiety, fear or despair
  • Struggling with the meaning of your illness
  • The anticipation of test results, medical procedures, surgery, or upon diagnosis or prognosis
  • The need of a confidential conversation or a confession
  • Times of loneliness, loss and grief
  • Trying to cope with illness for yourself or a loved one
  • Wanting someone to talk to you or pray alongside you

Spiritual Care is Here for You.

If you are in need of spiritual care while here at HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital, please ask your healthcare provider to arrange for a pastor, rabbi, imam or spiritual leader of your faith to come see you.

EFD Spiritual Care Director:

(561) 568-4987

Healing prayer

Heavenly Father, source of all healing, I humbly ask you to look upon my present needs with eyes of compassion and lay your healing hands upon me. I pray that you will give me the strength to turn this suffering into joy, this pain into comfort, and this fear into courage. From your loving heart and life-giving powers, grant peace to my soul, restoring me to wholeness and vitality once more. In gratitude. Amen.

Mi Shebeirach

May the One who blessed our ancestors, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah, bless [NAME] with healing. May the Holy One have mercy on them, heal, strengthen and revive them. Speedily grant them a complete healing, a healing of the soul and a healing of the body, along with all who are ill, now and without delay. And let us say: Amen.

“I lift up my eyes to the mountains – where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the maker of heaven and earth…” (Psalm 121: 1-8)