General Hospital Visiting Hours
8:00 a.m. - 8:15 p.m. daily. Children are welcome to visit during these hours, but please do not allow children who are ill to enter patient rooms. After 9:00 p.m., visitors must enter through the Emergency Department to receive a special visitor's pass. In special circumstances, immediate family members may stay overnight in a patient's room (private rooms only).
Birth & Family Center Visiting Hours
10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m daily. Only three people at bedside while patient is in labor and only three in at one time to visit. Family will have to rotate visitation. Please wait in the waiting room until it is your turn for visitation. Only two people at bedside during delivery it will be by patient's choice. When staff check the patient's status, family must go to the waiting room and not stand in the hallway. The nurse will call them back in when it is okay to return. No children will be left without adult supervision. Only one person will be able to stay the night, again it is pts choice. Absolutely no children will spend the night. Visitation can be decreased or increased per physician or nurses discretion.
Critical Care Unit Visiting Hours
Visitors to CCU are limited to immediate family members, and only two visitors per patient are permitted at a time. Visitors under 14 years of age must receive nurses permission to enter the unit. The patient's comfort and safety are our priorities. Special arrangements are made for individual needs. Contact at CCU nurse at ext. 2533.
The hospital's new smoke-free campus policy means smoking is prohibited by all employees, physicians, visitors, patients, volunteers, vendors and medical staff anywhere on the campus. This prohibition applies to smoking in personal vehicles on the property as well as on any sidewalks or streets within the boundaries of the campus.