A Bank of America ATM is located on the ground floor in the main hospital lobby, near the gift shop and public restrooms. Another ATM can be found at the Bank of America, across from the hospital on Easton Avenue.
CaringBridge is a free, personal, nonprofit web service that connects family and friends to share information, love and support during a health crisis, treatment and recovery. One may quickly and easily create personalized websites through CaringBridge that display journal entries and photographs. Well-wishers may visit the site to read updates and leave messages in the Guestbook.
Mail will be delivered daily to your room. Any mail coming to Saint Peter’s after your discharge will be forwarded to your home address. For questions about mail, dial extension 8330.
Telephone services are provided for our patients as a courtesy. (We ask that callers to your room be made only between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. to provide a quiet time for all our patients.)
Using the telephone in your room, dial “0” for the hospital operator to get your direct-dial number.
- To make calls: Dial 9 + (1) + area code + telephone number
- For international calls: Dial 0 for the hospital operator. These calls may be placed as collect calls or charged to your credit card.
- For directory assistance: Dial 9 + 411.
To report any technical difficulties, please dial extension 7000 for the Helpdesk.
We are pleased to provide television rental options during your stay with us.
IMPORTANT! Rental information is available on Channel 47 continuously.
As part of your hospital stay, we offer a great selection of popular channels. A complete TV Channel Guide is provided. Special channels offering religious services or patient education materials are complimentary.
Take advantage of these great amenities and activate television service today. Simply dial extension 7790 from the bedside phone in your room between 11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., seven days a week. To enjoy faster service, have your payment available at the time of your call. See Payment Options for more details. Follow the easy voice prompts to complete activation.
IMPORTANT: Once you complete your transaction, please turn to the TV channel of your choice. (You will need to change the channel from the hospital’s marquee or default channel to a rental channel to view the channel of your choice.) Service will begin within a few minutes.
Rental rates for television: $7.50 per day Television service charges can be paid with:
- Credit Card. A major credit card payment plus activation fee.
- Cash. Please have your cash payment ready for the service representative who will visit your room to collect payment. (There is no activation fee with a cash payment.)
- Home Telephone. Your home telephone will be charged plus an activation fee.
- Online. You may also pay online by visiting mobilepay.utccares.com.
Please note that you will be billed on a calendar day basis, not 24 hours. For example, if you are admitted on March 5 at 7 p.m., it counts for your first day. March 6 would be the next day, and so on. Service can be stopped or restarted at any time by dialing extension 7790 from the bedside phone. Service is automatically transferred when you are moved to another room and is automatically stopped when you are discharged from the hospital.
If you are having difficulty, we’re here to assist.
- Rentals. Dial extension 7790 from the bedside phone
- TV Repairs. Dial extension 8859 or page 732-390-2402
- Billing Questions. Dial extension 7790 from the bedside phone.
TIGR Education System
During your stay, you can access patient education to help you understand how to manage your health condition. This information is available free through the TIGR System by using the phone and TV in your room. Just dial 7800 and follow the prompts in either English or Spanish. You will use the phone to select the correct television channel from the menu of topics that includes diabetes, pneumonia, heart attack, safety, cancer, baby care, and many others.
If you need assistance your nurse will be happy to help you and may even recommend topics you should view.
Saint Peter’s is proud to have dedicated junior, college and senior volunteers working in many areas within the hospital. Our volunteers give their valuable time to serve the needs of our hospital community—patients, families and staff. Volunteers help in many ways. They may provide clerical support in offices, assist with maintaining nursing unit supplies, deliver newspapers, and provide recreational programs and support services for our patients. Volunteers may serve as “friendly visitors,” visiting patients who have been in the hospital for an extended time.
The “Silver Spoons” volunteers are specially trained to assist patients who require help with eating during mealtimes. Pet therapy volunteers visit patients weekly with their certified dogs. For your enjoyment, volunteers provide free televised Bingo games every Tuesday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. on Channel 3. Game cards and prizes are delivered to winners in their rooms.
Saint Peter’s offers its patients and families free Wi Fi Internet service. With more than 20 hotspots throughout the hospital, you will find our wireless network easy to access and use.