See Our Updated Visiting Guidelines
Caring for our patients is our primary responsibility. So to make sure we're delivering quality care around the clock, we've put in place specific visiting hours and regulations for each unit.
Visitors can be good medicine for patients, and family members are welcome to visit. But keep in mind, caring for our patients is our primary concern. So to make sure that we are delivering quality care around the clock, we’ve put in place specific visiting hours and regulations for each unit. Please follow these guidelines, and together we can be all be good medicine for patients.
Visiting A Patient
Our visiting hours are designed to offer flexibility for visitors while enabling patients to obtain their needed rest and the expert medical and nursing care necessary for recovery. Because the care of our patients is our primary concern, we ask that your visitors respect the rights and concerns of all patients by observing hospital rules, especially quiet time. We recognize that rest is an important part of healing.
Due to COVID-19 our visiting hours may change due to updates to state, county and hospital rules. Please go to our Visitor Guidelines page for the latest information. Learn More
Please discuss any special needs you may have regarding visiting hours with the nurse manager on the patient's unit.
Young children visiting a loved one in the hospital may be scared or anxious by what they see. Please keep them in the patient's room and always accompanied by an adult.
A social worker or case manager is available to you. They can address any special needs our patients or their family may have with discharge planning or community resources. IF you’d like to speak with a social worker, please ask the floor nurse.
To protect our patient's privacy and safety, visitors may be asked to leave the room temporarily during special procedures, emergency situations, or physician visits.
For the safety of our patients, we ask that you turn your cell phone off before entering a nursing unit.
Visiting The Laboratory
St. Mary’s Medical Center Laboratory
450 Stanyan Street, Level A
San Francisco, CA 94117
Weekdays: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
The cafeteria is located on Level B. Vending machines for snacks and beverages are accessible 24 hours a day when the cafeteria is open.
The Gift Shop is located on the lobby level of the hospital, adjacent to the main entrance. The shop features gift items such as flowers, magazines, greeting cards, stuffed animals, toys and toiletries.
St. Mary's Medical Center is a tobacco-free campus.
Maps, Directions & Parking
One of the first steps toward getting better is getting here. If you need help finding our facility, please feel free to use the public transportation and driving directions. Learn More