Main Hospital and ICU: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. (quiet time 2 - 4 p.m.)
Intensive Care Unit: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. (quiet time 2 - 4 p.m.)
Visitors will be required to check in at the nurses’ station to ensure their loved one is able to receive visitors.
Rehabilitation Hospital (8th Pettit, 3 Pettit and 3 West): 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Visitors will be required to check in at the nurse's station to ensure their loved one is able to receive visitors.
ATM services are provided by SouthState and BNC Bank. The ATMs are located on the 1st floor, behind the information desk in the front lobby and on the 1st floor near the D elevators.
Roper Café offers hot entrée options and quick snacks to go. You can build your own sandwich or wrap in our Market St. Deli, or pick up a Starbucks® specialty coffee at the Calhoun Café Coffee Shop.
A variety of items are available including snacks, candies, toiletries, books, magazines, cards, fresh flowers, balloons, assorted gifts and a full line of specialty items for our newborn patients, mother's and cancer patients. Flowers may be ordered for delivery to patient rooms.
A chapel is available to you and your family 24 hours a day on the first floor. Special prayer gatherings and worship services, usually led by the hospital chaplain, are held in the chapel at various times throughout the week.
For Roman Catholics, Eucharistic ministers regularly bring communion to patients who have indicated that they are Catholic upon admission to the hospital.
For Jewish patients, Sabbath candles are available upon request.
Contact the Pastoral Care Office for hospital-specific service times and/or for your religious and spiritual needs by dialing "0" for the operator.
Vending machines are available in the following locations:
- 2nd floor: soda machine & coffee machine located in Room 2239 beside CICU/Cath Lab Family Waiting Room
- 2nd floor: soda machines near D elevators
- 4th floor: soda machine & snack machine near D elevator
Smoke free campus
As part of our commitment to good health for you and your family, all Roper St. Francis Healthcare campuses are tobacco-free. Prohibiting tobacco use supports those who are trying to quit, eliminates exposure to secondhand smoke and decreases tobacco odors on individuals, which can trigger respiratory problems in vulnerable patients. Nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) are available in our gift shops.