In order to promote a comfortable, quiet, and restful healing experience to our patients, recommended visiting hours are 6:00am to 8:30pm daily with a designated “Quiet Time” between the hours of 2:00pm and 4:00pm daily. During this period of “Quiet Time” patient room lights are dimmed and a quiet environment with limited visitation is encouraged to allow patients time for privacy, rest and healing.
If a family member wishes to stay later than 8:30pm, a visitor’s pass can be obtained from the nursing staff. If a family member wishes to arrive to visit after 8:30pm, access to the medical center is directed through the Emergency Department entrance. The visitor will be asked to sign in and be given a visitor’s pass. This procedure is in place for the safety of our patients and families.
Visiting the Critical Care Unit
The Critical Care Unit (CCU) is an eight-bed unit, staffed with nurses who are specially trained in the care of the patient requiring intensive care. The rooms are private and are equipped with state of the art monitoring equipment.
CCU Visiting Hours
To provide intensive care to the patient, visiting hours are liberal, but limited. We ask that only two people visit at a time. You may be asked to leave if an emergency should arise on the unit, or if a procedure must be done. Should you be asked to leave, you will be allowed to return as soon as possible.