Patients & Visitors
Making your visit to our hospital as pleasant as possible.
At LRMC our mission is to make your treatment and stay at our facility as relaxed as possible. We understand that any medical procedure can be stressful, but planning ahead for the little details can help relieve some of that anxiety.
A Tobacco Free Campus
All Lakeland Regional Medical Center facilities are tobacco-free. The use of tobacco products of any kind, including cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco, etc., is not allowed on any LRMC property, including parking lots and parking garages. Those wishing to use such products must completely leave LRMC-owned property. These locations include not just the main hospital campus, but outlying offices as well, such as Lakeland Regional Orthopedics Associates and Lakeland Regional Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinic on Harden Boulevard, LRMC Foundation offices on Kentucky Avenue, and all other off-site locations. Lakeland Regional Cancer Center has been tobacco-free since its opening.
Listed below are all the resources that you might need during your stay at LRMC.
- Pre-Visit Checklist
- Getting There : Driving Directions
- Which Entrance and Where to Park?
- Important Numbers
- Information for Visitors
- Extended Stay
- Extended Stay : Hotels
- Extended Stay : Restaurants
- Financial Assistance Policy
- Support Groups
- Insurance Information
- Patient Financial Services
- Living Wills
In advance of any scheduled hospital visit you will want to review the following checklist:
- Does a friend or relative know you are going to the hospital?
- Does a friend or relative know the nature of your visit?
- Do you have transportation to/from the hospital?
For extended stays please see the checklist below.
LRMC is located in Lakeland, FL and is a short drive from Tampa and Orlando. To view a map or get detailed driving instructions from Orlando and Tampa visit our Driving Directions & Map page.
LRMC has two primary entrances. Knowing where the patient you are visiting is located will help determine which entrance you will need to use and where you should park.
Remember that all parking is FREE. Here is a map of the parking lots.
Please review the chart below to determine which entrance you should use.
|Entrance A||Entrance B|
B, C and M wings
Located on the south side of the building, Entrance A is open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Located on the northwest side of the campus at the new B Wing, Entrance B is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Free valet parking is available from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Listed below are some important numbers that might help in planning your visit.
Patient Room Numbers : 863-687-1200
Hospital Switchboard : 863-687-1100
Physician Referral Line : 863-682-LRMC or 1-800-275-LRMC
TDD (hearing impaired callers only) : 863-687-1311
Program Registration Line : 863-687-1400
An integral part of patient care is interaction with friends and loved ones. LRMC strives to make patient visitation as easy as possible. Whether you’re coming to see the new baby or need to plan for an extended stay, we’re here to assist you.
Visiting hours at LRMC are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily and visitors are limited to two. Please click here for more information on visiting hours.
In the event that you will be staying at LRMC for an extended period of time, you might want to think about the following items:
Is somebody going to be visiting you on a regular basis?
Do you have somebody to watch over your home/apt, receive your mail?
If you have a pet is there somebody to care for the animal?
If you are planning on staying in the Lakeland area for an extended period of time you may need to arrange for local accommodations.
The Lakeland Chamber has an extensive list of Lakeland hotels.
If you are planning on staying in the Lakeland area for an extended period of time you may want to find a nice restaurant.
The Lakeland Chamber also has an extensive list of Lakeland restaurants.
LRMC offers a number of classes and support groups for patients. Support groups include: Cardiac Support, Diabetes Support, Cancer Dialogue, Cancer Support, Alzheimer’s/Dementia Support.
Classes cover a variety of topics, including Breastfeeding, Baby Safety and Cardiac Rehab to name just a few.
For more information visit our Support Groups & Classes page.
For a complete list of the insurance plans we accept, including HMO Contracts, Workers Compensation Contracts, PPO Contracts and other details please visit our Insurance Information page.
For any questions regarding financial services contact 863-687-1196.
Every competent adult has, in most cases, the freedom to accept or refuse medical treatment. When you are well, you can talk with your physician and family and make your wishes known. However, severe illness or an accident could cause you to be unable to communicate or to make choices. During that time, important decisions about your medical care may have to be made. Without any written instructions from you, your family and physicians would have to guess what treatment you would want.
Please take a moment to review our Living Wills page to make sure you are prepared.