Patients & Visitors
At UPMC Kane, we make our patients our top priority. We strive to accommodate the needs and wants of our patients and visitors during and after their stay.
During Your Visit
- Visiting hours
- Volunteer chaplains and UPMC Kane Chapel
- The Gardens at UPMC Kane
- Telephone calls
- Cafeteria dining room hours
- Other dining options
- Nearby dining options
- ATM machine
- Gift shop
- Fresh flowers
- UPMC Kane nondiscrimination policy
- HIPAA information
- Patient Rights and Responsibilities
After Your Visit
Visiting is permitted at all times, unless contraindicated by the patient’s condition or the patient or physician requests visiting restrictions. Visiting hours for ICU beds 1 to 5 are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and restricted to two visitors at a time.
Televisions are provided free of charge in each patient’s room.
UPMC Kane recognizes the importance of spiritual needs in patient care and family support. Local pastors and chaplains provide on call care 24/7 for crisis situations, emergency needs, and end-of-life and terminal care situations that may arise in any of our patient care units.
If you wish to talk with a pastor or chaplain, please let our staff know. Our chapel is available 24/7 and is located on the first floor, a few doors from the ICU. You may leave a prayer request in the chapel.
Volunteer chaplains also provide care and services to staff via annual “Blessing of the Hands” and special services throughout the year.
Gardens are located to the right of the emergency room and outpatient entrance to the hospital. Patients and visitors are welcomed to enjoy the serenity and beauty of this space. There are benches, picnic tables, and a gazebo. In 2006, the Gardens were dedicated to those who have committed their lives to the healing arts.
A telephone is provided in each patient room at no additional charge.
Our cafeteria, located on the ground floor, offers a variety of foods seven days a week. Hours of operation are:
- Breakfast: 8 to 10 a.m.
- Lunch: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Supper: 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Snack and pop machines are located by the emergency room entrance on the ground floor. A food machine is filled daily by our dietary team and is available 24/7 in our dining room. Coffee is available until 6 p.m. in the dining room.
Outside of UPMC Kane, dining options include:
- The Barrel House, Rt. 219 & Rt. 6, Lantz Corners, 814-778-2243
- Pepe’s Pizzeria, 127 Fraley St., 814-837-8712
- Peking Wok (Chinese Restaurant), 79 Fraley St., 814-837-9110
- Texas Hot/Four Sons Restaurant, 24 Field St., 814-837-8122
- Roma Gardens, 1 Greeves St.,814-837-9691, Roma Delivers
- Subway Sandwiches & Salads, 163 Fraley St., 814-837-8979
- Szymanski’s Restaurant, 129 Fraley St., 814-837-1038
- Table 105, 105 N. Fraley St., 814-561-1515
- Twisted Vine, 117 N. Fraley St., 814-837-8298
- Grandma Bair's Family Restaurant and Catering, 608 N. Fraley St., 814-837-1220
An ATM is available across from the surgical waiting room on the ground floor. Bank fees may apply.
Our gift shop is located across from the surgical waiting room on the ground floor. The gift shop is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday or by appointment. To make an appointment, call Lisa Keck at 814-837-4781. We stock small gifts including jewelry, candy, seasonal accents, puzzle books, and more.
Fresh flowers are available by calling My Flower Shoppe at 814-837-6600.
The nondiscrimination policy of UPMC Kane applies to patients, physicians, and all employees. Under no circumstances will the application of this policy result in the segregation or re-segregation of buildings, wings, floors, and rooms for reasons of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, religious creed or handicap.
May 2001, Reaffirmed 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006; Rev. November 2007; reaffirmed 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Learn about your privacy rights as a patient under the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
At UPMC Kane, an affiliate hospital of UPMC Hamot, service to our patients is our top priority. Please take a moment to review our UPMC system-wide Patient Rights and Responsibilities adopted to protect the interests and well-being of our patients.
To help ease your transition from hospital to home, we offer home health care services. Visit the Home Health Care page for more information, or call 814-837-5171. Social Services or your nurse are able to assist you as well.
Your thoughts and opinions are important to us. We are committed to providing great care and service. After your stay at UPMC Kane, you may receive a survey. The survey asks questions to help us determine what we have done well and how we can improve. We hope you will take the time to respond.
Some people may need additional help to enable them to leave the hospital once their treatment is complete. Identification of discharge needs begins upon admission in the form of discharge planning. Discharge planning continues throughout the hospital stay as needs are identified and care is planned to meet those needs.
Case Management and Social Services work with you, your family, your physician(s), nurses, and rehab staff to arrange the care needed following your hospital stay including home care, nursing home care, rehabilitative care, other in-patient or out-patient treatment, and other help.
Case Management - 814-837-4627
Social Services - 814-837-4625
4372 Route 6
Kane, PA 16735