Visitor Guidelines

Hospital visitor guidelines are designed to ensure the safety, comfort, and well-being of both patients and visitors. Typically, visiting hours are established to accommodate the needs of patients while allowing for ample rest and medical care. Visitors are usually required to check in at the front desk upon arrival and may be asked to wear identification badges for security purposes. To maintain a peaceful environment, the number of visitors per patient may be limited, and children may need to be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please Note: these guidelines can vary depending on the hospital, so visitors should check the specific guidelines for the hospital they are visiting.

Infection control is a critical aspect of hospital visitor guidelines. Visitors are often encouraged to wash their hands thoroughly before and after visiting patients and to use hand sanitizers located throughout the facility. Anyone feeling unwell or exhibiting symptoms of illness, such as a fever or cough, is typically advised to postpone their visit to prevent the spread of infections. Additionally, some areas of the hospital, such as intensive care units or specialized wards, may have stricter visitation rules to protect vulnerable patients. Since guidelines may differ between hospitals, it is essential to review the specific visitor policies of the hospital you plan to visit to help create a safe and supportive environment for everyone.

Guidelines at Each Hospital

Please view the latest visitor guidelines that are in place at each of our hospitals.




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