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Visiting Presbyterian Hospitals
Visiting Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Parents are encouraged to stay the night with their children in pediatric units. In other areas, currently we do not have accommodations for overnight guests in patient rooms. We invite you to speak to the nursing staff if you have special needs. The Welcome Center near the Main Entrance can help you find accommodations near the hospital.
Visiting in Secured Access Areas
Some hospital areas are secured to protect the patients' conditions and to ensure safety. To visit a patient in one of these areas, pick up the red wall phone located just outside the area. A staff member will ask for the name of the patient you wish to visit, give you directions, and open the doors for you. Secured Access Areas include: Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit. Between the hours of 78 am and 7-8 pm, visitors may be asked to leave for shift changes and patient care reasons.
Labor and Delivery
Adults are always welcome, and brothers and sisters of the new baby may visit by special arrangements with staff.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
The baby's parents are welcome at all times. The baby's parents must accompany visitors other than grandparents. All visitors (with the exception of siblings of the baby) must be 15 years of age or older. Siblings 14 years and younger may visit with the nurses approval on Thursdays and Sundays. The Unit is closed to visitors from 6-8 am and 6-8 pm. Pediatrics. One parent may sleep at the bedside in a sleep cot in private rooms. Siblings and friends are allowed and encouraged to visit.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
One parent may sleep at the bedside in a sleep cot. Between the hours of 7 am and 8 pm, parents may be asked to leave for patient-care reasons. Sibling visits may be arranged with the nursing staff.
Areas with Special Visiting Hours
Hospice Inpatient Unit
We encourage children to visit family members and overnight visitors as accommodations permit. Please ask the nursing staff about overnight stays. Pets may visit also, with staff approval.
Maternal Special Care Unit
Special arrangements can be made for children to visit their mother. Overnight visitors are welcome in private rooms.
Adult visitors are welcome 24 hours a day. Brothers and sisters of the new baby may visit their new family member from 12-2 pm and 6-8 pm daily.
As a visitor, you play an important role in the recovery of every patient you visit. Please take a moment to review the following responsibilities, and thank you for visiting.
Please do not visit if you have a contagious disease like a cold or the measles, especially on units with children and babies.
Children who visit must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times. Along Mainstreet, near the main entrance, you'll find areas designed for children's play.
If a physician or staff member asks you to step out of a patient's room to do a procedure or provide care, please respect these requests. You may return to the room as soon as the care has been provided.
When you visit, please stay in the patient's room or the unit waiting areas rather than in the hallways, and use the public restrooms available on all floors.
If the patient you are visiting shares the room with another patient, please respect the needs of both patients for privacy, dignity, and rest. Please remember how important quiet is in allowing patients to rest, and help us maintain a peaceful, healing atmosphere in patient areas.
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