FHN is excited to announce a partnership with Lori's Gifts, a national operator of hospital gift shops with 300 gift shops in hospitals around the country, including 26 in Illinois. As the new operating partner for the gift shop at FHN Memorial Hospital, Lori's Gifts brings a number of exciting changes to benefit our patients, visitors, staff, and general public.
Our new gift shop is open 9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Monday – Friday and 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on weekends and holidays and is conveniently located on the first floor next to the public elevators. We feature merchandise assortments representing the best in retail shopping lines of product. You'll see everything from accessories to personal care items, gifts to snacks, sleepwear to flower arrangements. Food choices include items that support a healthy lifestyle and Lori's is also committed to supporting our clinical departments by offering items focused especially on patient care and post-discharge needs.
When you visit the new gift shop, be sure to sign up for a Gift Shop Rewards card. It's Lori's Gifts' customer loyalty program and allows you to accumulate points on every purchase of non-sale items. Once you accumulate 100 points, a $5 coupon is emailed to you that can be spent like cash in the gift shop.
The gift shop offers convenience items such as postage stamps and retailer gift cards as a service to customers. One of the best features of our new gift shop is guaranteed operating hours, 365 days a year. We are open when you need us.
Everyone is welcome in the new gift shop and our staff and volunteers invite you to stop by any time to visit!
Shop for Gifts, Flowers & Balloons
Place orders online for free same-day delivery from the gift shop directly to patients in the hospital.
Phone Orders Welcome
- Available during gift shop operating hours
- No minimum purchase
- Delivery within hospital at no additional charge
- MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express
Due to the increasing number of patients and staff with latex allergies, we ask that latex balloons not be sent or brought to the hospital. Mylar balloons are a good substitution.