Visitor Stickers

For your safety and security, all visitors must wear a visitor's sticker above the second floor, including parents and guardians. Stickers are issued at the main lobby desk.

General Care Units

On the general care units (7C, 8B, 8C, TCU), parents or legal guardians are welcome to visit anytime, and one parent may spend the night in the child's room. All others may visit during regular visiting hours. Visitors may be asked to leave for brief periods to allow for special procedures, shift changes, privacy for other families, emergencies or physician visits. Three visitors per patient (including parents) may visit at one time. Any more than three should wait in the lobby to alternate with those at the bedside.

Intensive Care Units

On the intensive care units (PICU, NICU), parents and guardians may visit around the clock except during nursing shift changes. Only two visitors (including parents) may visit at the bedside at one time. Up to six passes (two for parents and four for others) are issued per patient, allowing access to the unit waiting areas. Additional visitors must wait in the lobby to alternate with those already on the unit. During patient care rounds or emergencies, visitation in these units may be restricted.

Surgery Center

Two adult visitors are permitted to accompany a patient to the Day Surgery waiting areas and the Post Anesthesia Care Unit. Additional adult passes are available for the general surgery waiting room. Parents should not bring siblings who are younger than 12 to the hospital on surgery day.