Aurora BayCare Medical Center
2845 Greenbrier Rd
Green Bay, WI 54311
Phone: 920-288-8000 • Fax: 920-288-3040
Map and Driving Directions
Hours of Operation:24 hours/day, 7 days/week.Individual departments vary.
In addition to the visitor information below, take a look at the amenities offered at AuroraBayCare Medical Center.
For the convenience of you and your visitors, we offer assistance with vehicle parking. The service is available Monday thru Friday from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the main hospital atrium entrance.
Abundant surface parking is available, as is a separate entrance with adjacent parking for people receiving outpatient cancer and rehabilitation therapy, as well as a separate entrance for inpatients and their family members.
We offer 22 private, hotel-like rooms available for rent for patients and/or their families and friends. These rooms are located on the fifth floor of the hospital. The cost is $62 per night. Our room charges are exempted from any taxes as the rooms are only available to patients and/or their families and friends.
Depending on availability, you may choose between rooms with one king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds. We ask that no more than five people in one room stay overnight. Many of the rooms have a microwave and a refrigerator—if you would like these appliances, please specify at the time you make your reservation. Laundry facilities (washer and dryer) are available, as well as an iron and ironing board. There is no limit on local telephone calls (and no charge); however, we ask that you use a calling card (or call collect) for all long-distance telephone calls. All of the rooms are nonsmoking.
You may reserve your room(s) by calling 920-288-3250 or toll-free 888-211-8866 and ask for Family Accommodations. Typically, room availability is not an issue, but we recommend making a reservation.
Download Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Wayfinding Map (PDF, 2 MB).
See virtual tours and a hospital floor plans at www.AuroraBayCare.com.
Lost and found
Patient rights and responsibilities
The Greenbrier Café, located on the first floor, is open daily from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and again from 7:30 p.m. till midnight. Our main entrée features are available for breakfast from 7 a.m. till 10 a.m. Lunch is from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dinner is served from 4:30 p.m. till 6:30 p.m., and is available for the grill and sandwiches from 7:30 to Midnight.
The Greenbrier Café offers a selection of hot and cold foods, soups and a salad bar as well as a wide variety of beverages and desserts.
Our hospital discharge time is 11 a.m. Whenever possible, we ask that patients make arrangements to leave by this time once discharged by the physician. This time allows us to prepare your room for use by other patients. Our staff can assist you and your family in making arrangements for discharge.
For your safety, the hospital has developed and implemented responses to various emergency conditions. You may see flashing lights or hear alarms with announcement that signal an emergency condition. During these conditions, your door may be closed. Please stay in your room unless told otherwise by the nursing staff.
For your safety, the hospital conducts routine safety drills. You may see flashing lights or hear alarms and /or announcements that signal an emergency drill. During these drills, your door may be closed. Please stay in your room unless told otherwise by the nursing staff.
Adjacent to our second, third, and fourth floor Medical/Surgical units are family lounges. Each lounge has a kitchenette (microwave and refrigerator) and a small library featuring health resource materials and fiction novels, as well as Internet access. These lounges are open 24 hours a day.
There are several methods for calling for nursing assistance. There is a white box with a nurse call button (red/orange) placed at the bedside. There is also a nurse call button on the inside and outside of the bed rails. Emergency call buttons are located in the bathroom (tub/shower area) and near the toilet.
Chaplains are available at all times to discuss your spiritual or emotional concerns. Chaplains will also assist you in contacting your house of worship for sacramental needs, or a visit from your own clergy. You may request a chaplain at any time by speaking to your nurse or calling 288-3094 to leave a message. The Interfaith Chapel, located on the first floor between the Inpatient Reception area and the Main Lobby, is open for use at all times for prayer.
Learn more about our spiritual care.
Patient rights and responsibilities
Upon admission you were given a copy of Aurora BayCare Medical Center's Patient Rights and Responsibilities booklet. This booklet contains information and guidelines to support the physical, emotional and spiritual needs for our patients. If you would like an additional copy, please contact your nurse.
Patient smoking will be permitted only in rare instances when accompanied by a written physician order. Patients that have a written physician order are allowed to smoke on an outside patio near the physician entrance. Ask your caregiver for specific directions.
The inpatient units at Aurora BayCare have sound machines available for patient use. These machines create soothing, natural sounds to help mask unwanted noise that may interfere with sleep, rest and healing. If interested, please ask your nurse.
To place a long distance call, your options are collect, third party, or calling card.
- For collect or third party, press 9 + 0
- For calling card calls, press 9 and 1 800# found on card
To place a call within the medical center, simply enter the 4-digit extension.
Phone cards are available for purchase in the vending machine area located next to the Greenbrier Café.