Caring for Your Loved Ones
You play an important role in your loved one's healing
Family and friends play a big role in the healing process, and we encourage visitors to come when it is best for their loved one. We welcome you and thank you for being part of your loved one’s return to better health.
Health and Saftey
Be Well. Please do not visit the hospital if you have any flu symptoms, including a fever over 100 degrees, cough, sore throat, runny nose, rash or diarrhea, or if you have recently been exposed to someone with symptoms.
Wash Your Hands. Be sure to wash or sanitize your hands before and after visiting your loved one. Proper hand hygiene is the best way to reduce the spread of germs.
No Smoking Campus. We are committed to caring for the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff. Because of this pledge, smoking and using any tobacco products is prohibited in all areas of the hospital’s campus, including exterior walkways and parking areas.
No Latex Balloons. Latex allergies can pose a serious health risk for our patients, employees and volunteers. For everyone's safety, we kindly ask that you do not bring latex balloons into the hospital.
Spiritual Care. We care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit. Our services are available for you and your loved ones throughout your medical treatment.
We are happy to provide our patients and guests with a free wireless Internet connection. Just ask our staff for instructions.
Visiting Information and Guidelines
Each hospital has slightly different information for visitors. Please use the links below for hospital-specific information.
Due to patient safety requirements we must honor some restrictions in the following areas:
Whenever possible please limit two visitors to a room
Only parents are allowed in the nursery
Only brothers and sisters of newborns are allowed in the Women, Infants & Children's Unit
We encourage parents of pediatric patients to stay 24 hours a day
If you have a cold, fever, rash or other indication of an infection, please do not visit a hospitalized patient
If you bring food for a patient, please let the patient's nurse know