Visiting Hours & Guidelines

It is our goal to create a healing environment that is both safe and secure. We also know that having familiar faces close by is a vital part of the recovery process. Those who choose to visit—family, friends, or others regardless of relation—are welcome to come and provide support. Patients reserve the right to deny any visitors at any time either verbally or in writing.

There are times where visitation may not be permitted for a number of circumstances. The following list provides some examples of such situations.

  • Infection control.
  • Visitation affects the care of the patient or other patients.
  • A court order prohibits contact.
  • Visitors exhibit dangerous, disorderly, violent or threatening behavior of some sort.
  • The patient’s recovery requires rest and/or privacy from others.
  • A care intervention is being given to the patient.
  • The hospital is on lockdown or some similar necessary security restriction.

Visiting Policy
In order to provide care and help safeguard the rights of our patients, we have placed restrictions upon the hours of visitation and the number of visitors. We ask that you please respect these limitations.

Medical Center: 10:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Visitors are limited to 2 persons at a time.

Birthing Center: 4:00 – 8:30 p.m.

  • Laboring mothers are allowed three banded visitors during their entire stay. This includes the patient's significant other.
  • No children under the age of 12 are allowed unless they are siblings.
  • A maximum of four visitors in the birthing suite at one time.

Overnight visiting is only allowed for patients in pediatrics, critical care or Birthing Center. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes as best we can. We want each and every patient to make a full recovery. Visiting hours and number of visitors may be restricted if medical personnel think it might slow or prevent recovery.