The Jordan Hospital Club Gift Shop at BID-Plymouth is located on the First Floor of the South Building Entrance next to the Dunkin Donuts. Visitors may purchase flowers, candy and an array of gifts including magazines and greeting cards. Proceeds from the Gift Shop benefit the Jordan Hospital Club, a fundraising auxiliary. Gift Shop hours are: Weekdays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm; Weekends, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm.
The Boston Globe and Boston Herald are delivered to all nursing units each day, free of charge. They are available to patients upon request. Other newspapers are also available in vending machines near the hospital’s Urann Lobby entrance.
Mail & Flowers
Beth Israel Deaconess - Plymouth’s volunteers deliver mail, flowers and plants to patients every day. Any questions or concerns about mail and flower delivery can be directed to Patient Information, ext. 3200. No balloons of any kind are allowed, due to the risk of allergic reactions and possible fire danger posed by latex and metallic balloons.
Please note that hospitalized patients must have physician approval to eat any food other than what is served in their rooms.
The BID-Plymouth Cafeteria is located on the first floor and is open daily for hot meals, sandwiches and salad bar.
The cafeteria is subsidized for employees and volunteers; visitors pay 15% above posted prices.
Dunkin’ Donuts (coffee shop) is located on the first floor near the Urann Lobby entrance. Hours of operation are 6:00 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week.
Water, soft drink and snack vending machines are located outside the cafeteria and in the Emergency Department waiting room. A microwave also is located outside the cafeteria.
An automated teller machine is located outside the cafeteria on the first floor of the hospital.
The hospital provides a toll free number for physician referrals at BID-Plymouth and across the Beth Israel Deaconess system: 1-800-256-7326.
Lost and Found
All items lost or found should be reported to hospital security through the switchboard by dialing 0. Articles are held for at least 30 days. It is not recommended that you bring valuables to the hospital, however if you have them with you, please ask the nurse to lock them in a hospital safe.