Woodwinds Environment

At Woodwinds, all patient rooms are private and spacious. This calming and comfortable environment is vital to your medical recovery.

Lighting

If you’re sensitive to bright light, there are several different types of lighting to accommodate your needs.

A Place for Families

Family members and friends play an important role in the healing process. They are welcome to stay overnight with patients when appropriate. Family Space rooms include a sleeper-sofa with storage underneath. Maternity Care rooms feature a recliner-style chair that pulls out into a bed.

If you arrive to visit a patient after 8:00 p.m., check in at the Emergency Department welcome desk.

Welcome Center

If you need assistance upon arriving, please visit our Welcome Center located inside our main entrance. In addition to our main waiting area, each level of the hospital has resting spaces for patients and visitors.

Day Rooms

Our patients and visitors enjoy the cozy comfort of our restful day rooms. Relax in front of the fireplace or enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding wetlands. Books, magazines, games and puzzles are available to help you pass the time. Located on the north and south end of each floor, day rooms are available anytime you need them.

Towne Center

The Towne Center is located just below our main waiting area and Welcome Center. Patients, visitors, hospital staff and volunteers gather there to listen to afternoon and evening piano performances, access the healing gardens, enjoy the three-season patio and warm up by the fireplace in the winter months.

Healing Gardens

Enjoy the picturesque wetlands that surround the hospital and nurture your spirit with nature. A natural extension of the healing environment, our gardens and paths are thoughtfully planned to encourage reflection and mediation.

Labyrinth

The labyrinth at Woodwinds is a peaceful, quiet and healing space for our patients, visitors, employees and community members. Labyrinths have served as symbols of hope, healing and spirit for thousands of years in many world cultures.

People often walk a labyrinth when they are dealing with a spiritual question, or situations that are of concern. By the time they reach the center and move out again, many people have a sense of direction, peace or the beginning of an answer.