Hasbro Children's Hospital
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Renovation at Hasbro Children's Hospital

Hasbro Children's Hospital is excited to announce the next phase of renovation construction at Hasbro Children's Hospital.

Through Friday, December 31, 2021 access to the Hasbro Children's lobby on the ground floor and first floor will be restricted.

Entering Hasbro Children's Hospital During Renovations

From the Willard Avenue Garage

Inpatient visitors should use the Dudley Street entrance to Hasbro Children’s emergency department.  Follow the signs to the elevators to access the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), and floors 4 through 6.

From the Eddy Street Parking Lot

Enter the Rhode Island Hospital lobby from the front circle. Follow the signs to the Davol Building elevators. Get off on the second floor of Rhode Island Hospital. Follow signs and colorful wall decals to the Hasbro Children’s Hospital elevators to access floors 4 through 6.

Appointments at The Tomorrow Fund Clinic

Take any Hasbro Children’s elevator to the first floor and then follow the signs.

We apologize for any inconvenience while we work to bring you a state-of-the-art healing environment at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. 

Meals and Snacks

There are several dining options on the Rhode Island Hospital campus. 

The Artisan Café (Main Cafeteria)
Follow the signs to the main building at Rhode Island Hospital, the Zecchino Pavilion. The cafeteria is just off the lobby.

Au Bon Pain Café

Follow the signs to the main building at Rhode Island Hospital, the Zecchino Pavilion. Go left, towards the APC Building and follow the hallway and signs. Au Bon Pain Café is on the right.

Dudley Street Café
From the main lobby of Rhode Island Hospital, follow signs toward Hasbro Children’s. At the Lifespan Pharmacy, bear right and take the corridor over the bridge. The Dudley Street Café is on the right at the end of the bridge.

Vending Machines

There are vending machines near the elevators on the fifth floor of Hasbro Children’s Hospital and outside the pediatric emergency department.