For Visitors

Flu Visitation Guidelines

Visiting Hours


In the best interest of our patients' health and well-being, please observe the following visiting hours for each unit.

Children 12 and over may visit 7 days a week.

Please call before visiting with a child if your loved one is a patient on one of the following units:

  • Critical Care, Intensive Care or Step Down Unit (2B, 2E1 2E2 or 2F)

Visiting hours do not apply on the day of discharge or on the day of surgery.

    2A, 2C, 2D, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3E, 4A, 4 Pavilion (4P):

    • 10 am – 8 pm

    Critical Care Areas:
    Coronary Care Unit (CCU) - 2B, ICU - 2E, Medical Intensive Care Unit (Medical ICU) - 2F

    • 11 am – 1 pm
    • 3 pm – 4 pm
    • 8:30 pm – 10 pm

    Oncology 4B/Hospice

    • Family: 24 hour visitation
    • Children may visit

    Transitional Care Unit (TCU) - 3D

    • 24 hour visitation
    • Children may visit

    3F & ER Observation

    • 24 hour visitation

    Labor & Delivery - 5B

    • 24 hour visitation
    • Three designated support persons

    Maternity Unit - 5E &5F

    • 10 am – 8 pm
    • One person may stay overnight, at the patient's request
    • Siblings and children over 14 years old may visit.

    Pediatrics - 5C

    • 24 hour visitation for parents
    • One parent may stay overnight
    • 10 am – 8 pm for grandparents and family members (including siblings)

    Exceptions to Visiting Hours

    • Special Purpose Unit or cardiac catheterization patients
    • Special physician order (A direct order by the physician to the floor, and forwarded to the Information Desk)
    • Formal caregivers
    • Relatives, when death is imminent, at the discretion of the Charge Nurse.
    • Day of admission, with Charge Nurse's permission

    Calls to the Nurses' Station

    • Are welcome except during the change of shift between 6 am - 8 am and 6 pm - 8 pm.

    Please help us to help our patients heal by keeping these key points in mind:

    • Please be quiet in patient rooms, hallways and public areas - sound travels and people are resting.
    • Clean your hands before entering and leaving a patient’s room.
    • Be considerate of other patients and excuse yourself if a nurse or physician enters the room to see your loved one or their roommate.
    • Bring lots of hugs and best wishes for our patients.

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