We welcome and encourage family and friends to visit patients staying in the hospital. Visitors provide much-needed support to our patients during the healing process, helping them to feel less lonely and more comfortable.
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day
To keep your loved one and all of our patients safe, we ask that you:
Visit only if you feel well
If you have a cough, sore throat, fever or are just not feeling as well as usual, it is best that you not come to the hospital to visit. There is a risk that you could make your family member or friend sicker. Instead of coming to the hospital, you can call on the phone. There is a phone in every patient room. To call a patient room, dial 867-993-4444 and ask for the patient by name.
Clean your hands just before going into a patient’s room and when you leave
Even if you are not sick, germs on your hands could make a patient sick. There is hand sanitizer in the halls, in patient rooms, and in many other spots throughout the hospital. Rub the foam all over your hands and in between your fingers. Be sure to clean the hands of any children with you too.
If you are visiting more than one person, clean your hands again before visiting the second patient. It is best to also clean your hands when you are about to leave the hospital.