We understand the importance of family and friends to speed the recovery of patients. Visitors are good medicine!
Open visitation will be consistent with patient preferences. Quiet hours will be observed from 8:30 pm until 6:00 am.
Visiting children must be under adult supervision at all times.
Anyone with signs of acute, infectious illness is discouraged from visiting.
Hand washing is encuraged before and after visiting. Visitors can help prevent the spread of germs and infection by following these simple steps:
- Wet your hands with warm water.
- Apply soap.
- Rub your hands together vigorously, making sure you rub the backs of your hands, between the fingers and underneath the fingernails for 15 seconds. (About the time it takes to sing the ABC song.)
- Rinse well.
- Dry with clean paper towel.
- Take the paper towel and turn off the water.
- Dispose of the paper towel in the trash.
Rusk County Hospital provides translator services at no charge to patients and visitors. Patients and family are encouraged to use the interpreter services whenever necessary.
Cafeteria food service hours are from 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM
The dining area of the Cafeteria is open 24 hours.
Complimentary coffee and tea are available in main hospital entrance waiting area.
Vending machines are located throughout the hospital:
- In the main hospital waiting area
- On the Ground Floor (lower level) outside the Cafeteria
- In the Professional Building (pop machine only)
If you would like a guest meal tray to be delivered to a patient's room, please arrange and pay for it at the Front Desk.
The Gift Shoppe
The Gift Shoppe is temporarily closed during our Fresh Eyes remodeling project. Once construction is complete, The Partners of Rusk County Memorial will resume their sales of jewelry and giftable items with two kiosks located in patient waiting areas.
Ecumenical Worship services are held at our Chapel on Sunday and Thursday at 2:00 PM. The Chapel is also open during visiting hours for individuals seeking an area for quiet meditation or reflection.
Banking services are available through the Heritage Bank ATM located in the Professional Building.
Telephone, Mail and Newspapers
Phones available for public use are located at the nurses' station and in the Emergency Room waiting area.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press newspaper is available in the hospital lobby.
Mail is distributed to patients by our staff.
Coffee and tea are available for visitors in the main hospital lobby.
Parking is available in front of the hospital and Marshfield Clinic.
We do not allow cell phone use within our facility. This is a smoke-free campus. We do not allow latex balloons as we are a latex free facility.