Amenities at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Schuylkill E. Norwegian Street
You don’t have to leave the hospital if you get hungry. The following option is available:
Visitors can dine in the Seton Gardens Dining Room located on the first floor near the chapel.
Seton Gift Shop
Our Schuylkill Health Auxiliary gift shop is conveniently located in the main lobby at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Schuylkill E. Norwegian Street. The gift shops offers a wide selection of unique items.
Visitors, patients, and employees are encouraged to stop in and browse the wide selection of gifts, perfect for any occasion. Proceeds from the gift shop support services at the hospital.
Complimentary delivery to patients can be made by phone Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. No weekend deliveries. All major credit cards are accepted. The Seton Gift Shop can be reached at 570-621-4021.
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday – 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday – Noon–3 p.m.
The gift shop offer a variety of items, including:
- Baby Items
- Greeting Cards – all occasions
- Fresh/Silk Floral Arrangements
- Toys/Plush, including musical
- Magazines/Gently used Books
- Healthy and Beauty Products
- Gift Baskets – personalized
- Mylar Balloons
- Home Décor Items/Candles
- Willow Tree Collection
- Jim Shore Collectables
- Gift Certificates
Free parking is available in the Arch Street parking garage. Metered parking is also available in the area.
Curbside parking near the hospital is reserved strictly for neighborhood residents. Please observe signage and city regulations to avoid a fine. For fire and safety reasons, parking regulations are strictly enforced.
Drive cautiously in the parking areas marked by signs and lock your car at all times. The hospital cannot assume responsibility for damage or loss while you are parked on our property.
Parking is absolutely restricted in the Emergency Department lot, as this must be available for ambulance and emergency use only.
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.
Lehigh Valley Health Network in Schuylkill County offers an interfaith chapel at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Schuylkill E. Norwegian Street, located on the first floor near the Seton Gardens Dining Room. The chapel is open to all patients, visitors and staff members 24 hours a day. To talk with a member of our Spiritual Care Team and/or to arrange for a Eucharistic Minister, please talk with our nursing staff or call 570-621-4218.
To send a personalized card to a loved one staying at an LVHN hospital, please fill out our form, 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: 570-621-4021