Visiting Loved Ones Can Contribute To Improved Health
Our hospital is committed to helping patients get better as fast as possible. That's why we encourage family and friends to visit as often as possible. It really does help.
We understand the important role family and loved ones play in the healing process, and we encourage visitors to come when it is best for their loved one. On behalf of the entire St. Bernardine Medical Center team, we welcome you, and we thank you for being part of your loved one’s return to better health.
Visiting Hours & Information
Visitors promote the health and well-being of patients and are welcomed and encouraged during visiting hours.
We invite you to visit family and loved ones 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Children as also allowed though children under 16 aren't allowed in isolation rooms. Anyone who is sick or not feeling well is encouraged not to visit, and during flu season, there may be additional limitations on visiting. Please check this page during that time for updated information.
Only three visitors are allowed per room. Any additional visitors are asked to wait in designated waiting rooms, the hospital lobby or in the cafeteria. Visitor arm bands must be worn at all times.
For the health and safety of our patients and visitors alike, all visitors are required to sanitize their hands before entering, and those with flu-like symptoms will be asked not to visit until they are well.
Critical Care Unit Visiting Hours
Visitors will be accommodated during all hours except between the hours of 6:30 and 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.
For privacy reasons, the Intensive Care Unit does close during change of shift changes. Please speak with your nurse about any special needs you may have.
St. Bernardine Medical Center
2101 N. Waterman Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92404
Health & Safety
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 St. Bernardine Medical Center's campus, including exterior walkways and parking areas. People who smoke will need to refrain from smoking or leave the campus to smoke. If you are a patient who smokes, nicotine replacement therapy is available. Please notify your doctor or nurse.
Cafeteria & Gift Shop
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