• Visitor Information


    We have established preferred rates with area hotels. A list of the hotels, along with their addresses and phone numbers, is available from our receptionist.

    Toll Free Number

    We have a toll free number: 1-877-836-2671. Family members may use this number any time day or night to check on the status of their loved one.

    Visiting Hours

    All Units: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Other requirements include:

    • In ICU -- 15 minute intervals on even hours (10A, 12N, 2P, 4P, 6P, 8P, and 10P). Visitors must check in with ICU staff member
    • A maximum of two visitors at a time per room
    • Children under 12 are generally not allowed in the care units; if allowed, the child must be supervised by an adult at all times
    • Visitors must comply with all isolation precautions, if unsure consult with the nurse
    • All visitors required to check in and check out in lobby at receptionist's desk
    • Loud or disruptive behavior is not allowed
    • Overnight visitors are not allowed unless an Administrative Approval Pass has been authorized

    Visitors are encouraged as an important factor in patient's well-being and improvement.


    The hospital cafeteria is located on the first floor and is open for lunch from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. The cafeteria is always open for use of the tables, microwave and vending machines. We offer complimentary coffee and tea.


    Free visitor parking is provided in designated areas in the hospital lot. Spaces for handicapped parking are also available. While we strive to keep all areas of the hospital secure, we are not responsible for vehicle damage, fire, or theft while parked in the hospital lot.

    Our security staff is on duty from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Monday-Friday, and around the clock on weekends and holidays. After 9 p.m. all doors are locked; there is a phone at the front doors and at the ambulance entrance at the back of the building to contact security.

    Family Concerns

    Family members may meet with a Case Manager as necessary to discuss their loved one's condition and progress and to answer questions. A Case Manager is assigned to patients/families upon admission.

    Post-Hospital Care

    When your doctor determines that you no longer need the specialized services of our hospital but still require medical care, he or she may discharge you to a skilled nursing facility, a rehabilitation center, or to home care. Our discharge planner will help arrange for the services you may need after leaving the hospital.

    Medicare and supplemental insurance policies have limited coverage for skilled nursing care and home healthcare. You should check your policies to be certain what services will be covered.

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