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Amenities at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Hazleton

Cafés and Gift Shops


Visitors to LVH–Hazleton will find a variety of dining options, whether it’s for a full meal or just a snack.

Hilltop Café

The Hilltop Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy salads, soups, a short order grill and deli and freshly baked desserts. Takeout items are available throughout the day. The Café is open seven days a week.

  • Breakfast – 7 a.m.-10 a.m.
  • Lunch – 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Dinner – 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Other options

If it’s a quick snack you’re looking for:

  • Vending machines adjacent to the main lobby.
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken at the main entrance to the hospital.

Note about food for patients

Due to dietary restrictions of some of our patients, the Hilltop Café cannot serve food to patients. Visitors are requested not to purchase food for patients from the cafeteria nor bring in food from the outside without permission from the patient's nurse. Patients should contact food service at 570-501-4029 to discuss dietary needs. 

LVH–Hazleton Gift Shop

Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday 7 a.m.  - 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday closed

Flowers and balloons are available at the shop.
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard and Discover

Parking and Valet Information

To access the primary visitor lot, take the hospital’s main entrance off East Broad Street and proceed straight ahead. Follow signs to the access areas for visitor parking.

Pastoral Care

Many people connect spirituality to religion, but they are not the same thing. With spirituality, you can gain strength through difficult times and connect with others. Connecting spirituality with your health can be very beneficial.

At LVHN, we offer spiritual support and guidance if you need it through our pastoral care department. A chaplain can help you and your family identify the sources of your fears and find strength through your faith, other meaningful value systems or spiritual resources from the community.

You may want to call pastoral care when:

  • You’re anxious or fearful of surgery, therapy or medical procedures.
  • You need comfort.
  • You don’t respond to medical treatment.
  • You or your family has major health care and treatment decisions to make.
  • Your way of life must change following an illness.
  • You have a long-term illness.
  • You or your loved one is dying.
  • You or a loved one is admitted in a traumatic or emergency situation.
  • Your loved one has died.
  • It’s time for you or your family to consider organ or tissue donation.

If you would like to speak with a chaplain, please call 570-501-4000 and ask for the chaplain on call. You also can ask your nurse to page us.

Chapels and spiritual services

We offer a quiet place to meditate or pray at each of our hospitals. Chapels also may be used for worship services or small group gatherings. You may add people to the prayer list kept in the prayer book at each chapel.

Our chapels and meditation rooms

  • LVH–Hazleton, reflection room, first floor

Our worship services

There are no religious services at LVH–Hazleton. Holy Communion is dispensed to Catholic patients on Sundays. Contact the nurse on your unit if you would like to receive Holy Communion. 

Send a Card or Flowers

Send a Card

To send a personalized card to a loved one staying at an LVHN hospital, please submit the following information, and your message will be printed onto the card you have chosen. It will be personally delivered to your friend or family member in their room.

If you don't know the room number, you can call us to request it: 570-501-4000

Delivery Schedule – Subject to Volunteer Availability

Monday through Friday: Messages received by 2 p.m. EST will be delivered the same day. Messages received after 2 p.m. will be delivered the next day.

Friday evening and weekends: Any messages received after 2 p.m. on Friday or throughout the weekend will be delivered on Monday, if the patient is still in the hospital.

  • If a message is undeliverable or received after patient’s discharge, the message will be shredded or discarded.
  • This service is not secure; please do not e-mail confidential personal or financial information.
  • To ensure patient privacy, your message will be delivered in accordance with the patient confidentiality guidelines of LVHN.

We do not sell, rent or give away the names of our readers. Read more on our privacy policy.

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Send Flowers

If you would like to send flowers or balloons to a loved one at an LVHN hospital, one of our gift shop volunteers will gladly take your order over the phone. They can assist you with choosing the perfect arrangement and have it delivered to the patient's room. Our flowers range from $20 -$40 and are delivered fresh daily.

LVH–Hazleton Gift Shop

Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday 7 a.m.  - 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday closed

Flowers and balloons are available at the shop.
Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard and Discover

Wi-Fi Internet Access

To help you stay connected to family, friends and work, Lehigh Valley Health Network provides patients, guests and visitors with free wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi). Free Wi-Fi is available at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Hazleton, Health & Wellness Center at Hazleton and LVPG–Hazleton offices at 1000 Alliance Drive. Accounts created through our Wi-Fi registration process are active for five days. You are required to re-register for Wi-Fi access after this time period. There is no charge for this service and no limit to the number of times you can register.

Need Help?

Call 888-402-LVHN (5846) Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Walk-In Care

If you have a minor illness, you can walk into an ExpressCare or schedule a video visit. For allergies, ear infections, cold and flu symptoms, rash and sprains.

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