We understand the importance of visitors for our patients' emotional,
mental and spiritual well-being. Family, friends and clergy may visit
during the hours listed below. Please be advised, visitors may be asked
by staff to leave, especially if a patient needs rest. Any visitor with
symptoms or signs of a communicable illness or disease should not visit the hospital.
Also, due to
infection control guidelines, children under a certain age may be asked to not visit
Sending Gifts to Patients
Letters, flowers, and other gifts can be sent to the hospital with the
patient’s name and room number. We deliver gifts to patient
rooms daily. Mail delivered to the hospital after a patient’s discharge
will be forwarded to their
home. For the safety of our patients, flowers and plants are not allowed in
the Intensive Care Unit. Additionally, we ask that you do not bring Mylar
balloons into the hospital as some patients may be allergic.
Units - Visiting hours are open, but may change during
Mother/Baby Unit - Visiting hours are open but may change during flu season.
Labor and Delivery Unit
To provide an environment where the patient can be supported by family
members during their hospitalization, yet allow medical staff to provide
the highest level of care, visitors will be allowed in LDR based upon
the patient’s condition and at the discretion of the attending physician/nurse
in consultation with the patient. Additional visitors are welcome to wait
in the family lounge area, which is located on the LDR unit.
Visiting hours are tailored to fit the needs of our patients. Please check
with the nurse about appropriate visiting hours for your loved one by
Acute Rehabilitation Unit
In general, visiting hours are limited to daily after 3 p.m. to allow patients
to fully participate in their rehabilitation program. Please check with
the nurse about appropriate visiting hours for your loved one by calling
Transitions Behavioral Unit
Check with the unit regarding visitation hours by calling 812.254.8886.