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Visiting Hours

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.

Visiting Hours are: 8 am to 6:30 pm

Visitors to Medical Surgical Unit, and Intensive Care Unit:

  • Patients may have 2 visitors at the bedside during visitor’s hours.
  • All visitors must be healthy and must wear a face mask the entire time they are in the hospital—personal face coverings from home are encouraged.
  • Visitors shall not be permitted to congregate in any public areas and must remain in the patient’s room.
  • No one under the age of 18 shall be allowed to visit.
  • 2 parents or caregivers may remain at the bedside when a pediatric patient is receiving care.
  • COVID-19-infected patients or COVID-19-suspected patients will not be allowed any visitors except during exceptional circumstances.

Visitors to the Emergency Department:

  • Visitors may be allowed at the discretion of the patient care team.

Obstetrics and Nursery:

  • A partner, spouse or patient designee, and one additional individual may stay continuously with a patient in Labor & Delivery.
  • Visiting hours shall be from 0900-1700 daily.
  • All visitors must be > 18 years of age, unless the individual is the father of the baby or partner.

Behavioral Health Unit:

  • Visitors shall be accepted by appointment only on a case by case basis.

Acute Rehabilitation Unit:

  • Patients may have 2 visitors at the bedside during visitor’s hours. These shall be designated upon admission and shall be the same two visitors throughout the patient’s stay.
  • Visitors shall be admitted from 12:00pm-1:00 pm Monday through Friday and 3:30-5:00pm Monday through Friday. Saturday 12:00-5:00 and Sunday from 9:00 to 5:00pm.

Same Day Surgery and Infusion Clinic:

• Two adult visitors may accompany patients for elective procedures or infusions at the discretion of the infusion or surgical staff.

Ancillary Services, Medical Clinics and CORE Center:

  • 2 parents or adult caregivers with a pediatric patient.
  • One required medical decision-maker and 1 visitor with adult patients.
  • 2 visitors shall be permitted with all other patient types