Visitors are encouraged to visit friends and family members. We think you are an important part of the healing process; however, please be sensitive to the needs of the patient for rest.
Any visitor with symptoms or signs of a communicable illness or disease should not visit the hospital.
General visiting hours are:
9 am to 9 pm seven days a week. After 9 pm, all doors to the hospital are locked except for the outpatient entrance. However, hours may be adjusted in the interest of our patient's health or based on patient's needs and wishes.
Protecting Your Health
Hand Cleaning Helps Prevent Infection
We encourage our patients and their family and friends to be involved in the care of the patient. It is fine for you to ask healthcare providers if they have cleaned their hands.
Patients and visitors should also clean their hands:
We recognize that pastoral and spiritual care is an integral part of the healing process. It provides an important source of comfort and strength to patients and families faced with serious illness and/or difficult decisions.
We would be glad to contact a chaplain or a spiritual leader of your choice upon your request. You can visit our chapel located on the first floor near the emergency room of our hospital.
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