Patient Infor­ma­tion


Convenient Visitor Parking areas are clearly designated at the front of the hospital. There is no charge for our patients' guests! Handicapped parking can be found in every Visitor Lot. If a guest is picking you up, we ask that they park in the Visitor Parking area until you have been released, at which time they can use the drive-through canopy area to pick you up.

Yes, and there are two options:

  • Onslow United Transit System (OUTS) can provide people with non-emergency transportation services through our Demand Response or Dial-a-Ride program. The OUTS hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. To request transportation, please call OUTS at (910) 346-2998. For people who are hearing- or speech-impaired, call (800) 735-2962 (TTD) or (800) 735-8262 (voice).
  • Jacksonville Transit makes stops at Onslow Memorial Hospital throughout the day. Online, go to and click on “Jacksonville Transit.” Or, call (910) 938-RIDE (7433) Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. for personalized help with bus routes.

Yes. It is located near the cafeteria on the first floor of the hospital.

Absolutely. Hospital Security personnel are constantly available to address issues and protect any patient who expresses a personal security concern or feels harassed by any guest. In addition, our visitors should feel safe on our premises.

Yes, and guests are welcome to visit it. The Chapel is located just off the main lobby on the first floor and is open to everyone for quiet meditation and prayer. In addition, there are gazebos and picnic tables outside the front of the hospital. Near the Onslow Radiation Oncology Center, patients and their guests can relax on a bench in the healing garden, a project of Leadership Jacksonville-Onslow.

Prayer Service

An 800 number providing prayer is available to patients, family and staff.

• From any hospital telephone, dial 9-1-800-NOW-PRAY or 9-1-800-669-7729.

• A person will answer who will listen to the caller’s concern and pray for him or her.

• This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Pastoral Volunteer Committee members are always available, but only at the request of the patient and/or family member as we respect a patient’s right to all decisions regarding spiritual care.