Hospital Visiting Hours
Visitors can be good medicine for patients. The hospital welcomes a family member or friend to be with the patient for emotional support during their stay with minimal visitation restrictions. If you have questions about possible restrictions, please contact your nurse.
General Visiting Times
Daily until 9:00 p.m.Other General Visiting Regulations:
Visitors in semi-private rooms should be considerate of the other patient.
People who are sick should not visit patients. This includes sore throat, cough, cold or any other contagious diseases.
Please keep visits short.
Children under the age of 12 are discouraged from visiting in a hospital setting.
Patients have the right to refuse or restrict visitors.
A patients physician may restrict visitation.
Intensive Care Visiting Hours
Intensive Care Visiting Times
Visiting times may be adjusted at the discretion of the
Charge Nurse under certain circumstances.
Other ICU Visiting Regulations Include:
Only two (2) members of the immediate family should visit at a time.
Children are advised not to visit unless absolutely necessary.
Pastors may visit at any time, day or night, at the
No flowers, candy or gifts are allowed in the ICU. *Personal belongings are to be taken home.
To accommodate a smooth transition between nursing shifts, avoid questions for the nurses during the following times: 6:30-7:30 a.m. and 6:30-7:30 p.m.
The rooms in ICU do not have telephones. Patients in ICU are encouraged to rest but may use their own cell phone.
Visiting a New Baby?
There are special requirements for visiting new mothers and infants. To find out more about these requirements, please contact the OB Hall at 251-809-8124.