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Visitor Policy and Hours

Visits from family members and friends can play such an important role in the physical, psychological and emotional well-being of our patients. Our staff will work with each patient and their family members to create a visiting plan that best meets the patient’s individual health needs and promotes a true healing environment.

Our current visiting hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm each day.

Due to COVID-19 infection risks, we have enacted specific visitor policies. In most hospital areas, patients may have one visitor in the building at a time with a maximum of two visitors per day. Some hospital departments have unique visitation guidelines and processes. The staff in those areas will explain how visitation works there. Patients with isolation orders are allowed only one visitor per day. Visits to COVID-19 patients will be limited to one hour in durration.

If you are an approved visitor, please follow all visitation guidelines. To help prevent the spread of infection:
  • We will screen you for illness upon entry. If you do not pass the screening process or follow guidelines, you will not be allowed to visit.
  • Please wear a mask at all times and keep your visitation sticker attached and visible at all times.
  • You must be 18 years or older. Children are not allowed as visitors at this time.
  • Please limit the number of personal items you bring into the hospital. This will help reduce the number of unwanted germs you may take back home with you.
  • Please remain by the patient’s bedside during your visit. Limit the number of times you enter and exit the room.
  • You must wash your hands or use hand sanitizer every time you enter or exit the patient’s room.
  • You may visit the cafeteria and vending machines located in Area D of the main hospital. However, for your convenience and to limit movement inside the facility, we encourage you to use Room Service. Call extension 5500 to order a guest meal tray for delivery.
  • Balloons can certainly lift a patient’s spirits. However, we ask that you give only Mylar balloons as gifts. For the safety of our patients, visitors and staff, we do not allow latex balloons in the hospital because they can present a choking hazard for small children and can cause severe allergic reactions in some people.
  • When your visit is over, please check-out and exit the facility immediately.

Thank you for your support and for respecting these guidelines during COVID-19. If you have any questions regarding our visiting policies, please ask any of the medical professionals caring for your loved one. In addition to our visitor policies, our Patient & Family Guide is filled with resources and information you may find helpful.

Explore Further

Loved One Comforting a Patient

Our staff will work with each patient and their family members to create a visiting plan that best meets the patient’s medical needs.

Food and Dining Options

We offer a number of dining options for your convenience.

Patient Receiving Flowers from Gift Shop

The simple act of receiving a heartwarming card, bouquet of flowers or other gift can really lift a patient’s spirits.

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