We encourage family presence so your child has the support they need. We recognize that each family is unique, and we welcome visits by the individuals you designate as family and friends. We do not restrict or deny visitation based on origin, sex, gender, race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.

Our visiting guidelines balance the needs of the family with the safety of the child. All restrictions are based on keeping the patient safe and preventing the spread of infection.

All visitors must stop at the security desk for registration. An ID is required for all visitors over the age of 18.

Visiting hours are 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Inpatient visits (ambulatory surgery)

When checking into the hospital, stop at the security desk to register. An ID is required by all visitors over the age of 18. 

We welcome up to two (2) parents/guardians to be in the patient’s room around the clock. We understand that you may not be able to be here 24 hours a day.

Parents/guardians can designate someone over the age of 18 to provide support when the parent/guardian is unable to be at the patient’s bedside.

We respect the right of parents/guardians and adult patients to identify who may and may not visit.

  • When you arrive, you may provide names of unapproved visitors.
  • This list of unapproved visitors will be kept at Security. 
  • You may add or remove names to this list at any time.

Visitors must be healthy. This includes: no fever, cold or other sign of contagious illness. All visitors are screened for illness or exposure to illness at Security/Information Desk before visitation privileges are granted.

Outpatient visits

Before going to the outpatient area stop at the security desk for registration. An ID is required by all visitors over the age of 18.

Families have the right to bring as many support people as they think necessary. The number of visitors who accompany the patient into the exam room may be limited by the size of the room or the clinical care needs of the patient. Those who do not go into the exam room are welcome to stay in our waiting room.


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