Services & Amenities
Make your time at Johnston Health more comfortable by taking advantage of services and amenities for patients and visitors.
Dining & Cafés
Choose from a variety of healthy meal and snack options at our food service locations in the Smithfield hospital, Johnston Medical Mall, and Clayton hospital.
Flowers, Gifts, & Cards
Find out how to send flowers, gifts, cheer cards and other mail to your loved one during their hospital stay.
If you or a loved one most often uses a language other than English to communicate, ask a hospital employee for interpreter services. Do not try to interpret medical information yourself.
When your loved one receives care, you may wait in lobby areas that have TVs, magazines, and newspapers. Feel free to use your cell phone in these spaces. You’ll find an ATM located on the ground-floor lobby of the patient tower near the public restrooms in Smithfield and just outside Café 42 in Clayton.
Lost & Found
To report lost or found items, call 919-209-3392 to reach the Smithfield hospital’s security office or 919-585-8080 to reach Clayton hospital security. To retrieve a lost item, you’ll need to provide your identification and an accurate description of the item. The hospital does not offer reimbursement for any lost or damaged valuables or medicines that were not given to the hospital for safekeeping.
Media & Entertainment
Keep yourself or your family occupied with:
- Books and magazines for children and adults at each hospital gift shop and the Spiritual Care Library, located on the first floor in the Smithfield hospital
- Free newspapers at stands in the main entrances of all Johnston Health facilities
- TVs in each patient room with local and cable channels
Overnight Guests & Lodging
If your loved one stays overnight at the hospital, ask their care team if you may stay in their hospital room, which includes a futon for guests. For help finding a hotel, motel, or other lodging option outside the hospital, contact the Johnston County Visitors Bureau.
Get empathetic support and counseling from trained chaplains through spiritual care services—regardless of your faith background or beliefs.