Keeping in Touch at GRMC
GRMC offers wireless internet access on the main hospital campus. Patients and guests may request access instructions from the nurses stations.
Send a greeting card to a friend or loved one staying at GRMC.
Just complete the form below and we will deliver your message to your family member or friend.
When you are emailing a patient, please make sure you include the patient's first and last name so we can ensure your greeting is delivered to the correct individual. When you click on the link below, a new email message window should pop up for you to write and send your message.
This free service is available for any inpatient currently at GRMC. We cannot deliver cards to patients in our emergency department or patients receiving outpatient surgery or diagnostic testing.
- Messages must be sent by 11 a.m. CST to ensure delivery on the same day.
- Patient messages received after 11 a.m. CST on Friday and on Saturday or Sunday may not be delivered until the following Monday.
- Messages may not be forwarded to patients that have been discharged from the hospital.
- GRMC reserves the right to read and review messages sent to patients; cards containing unsuitable or offensive messages will not be delivered.
Although every reasonable effort is made to make sure messages will be delivered, there are no guarantees.
Please call 641-236-7511.
Please send to:
Patient's Room Number (if known)
Grinnell Regional Medical Center
210 4th Avenue
Grinnell, IA 50112
GRMC offers a free service that helps patients keep in touch with their families and friends.
Link to a worldwide program called “CaringBridge,” a free, easy-to-use Internet service developed to keep friends and family informed during challenging life events, including medical treatment or rehabilitation, childbirth, chronic disease management, and end-of-life care.
CaringBridge works by allowing families to create a secure web page and sign in at any time to post journal entries and photographs. Visitors who are provided the web page address and password can read updates and post their messages of support and encouragement. Visit www.caringbridge.com.