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Patient and visitor information

Visiting patients

Please note, depending on COVID-19 restrictions, our visiting hours and the amount of visitors allowed in a room may change. Please talk to your nursing staff about current visitor policies.

Friends and family are encouraged to visit patients; our visiting hours are 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Receiving visitors can make a big difference in a patient's recovery. Remaining positive and relaxed aids in the healing process, and there's no better way to accomplish that than spending time with a loved one. Our staff will be happy to assist you in navigating the hospital during your visit.


Parking is free in all hospital lots.

About your hospital stay

Your care team

When you stay with us, your care team includes:

  • A hospitalist, who is responsible for managing and coordinating your care every step of the way—from admission to when you go home. They keep you, your primary care provider and your family informed while you're in the hospital with us.
  • A nurse.
  • A pharmacist.

Your care team may also include a:

  • Case manager.
  • Social worker.
  • Dietitian.
  • Therapist.
  • Other specialists devoted to your care and specific needs.
  • YOU—as the patient, you are a vital part of your care team. We want you to be involved, ask questions and actively participate in the decision-making about your healthcare and plan.

Your hospital suite

  • Your hospital bed is adjustable, so you can position yourself for comfort and different sleep positions. Please ask us about the features in your room and how to operate various items.
  • We offer cable television in each room.
  • Please leave valuable personal belongings and jewelry at home; we cannot be responsible or liable for lost or misplaced items during your stay. Each room is equipped with a cabinet for your belongings.
  • While your personal cellphone is allowed, we encourage you to use the telephone that is provided in your room and leave your personal phone at home. Dial 9 for an outside line and 0 to reach our hospital operator, who can assist you.


  • All patients receive an identification bracelet to be worn during their entire stay. This helps protect your health and safety and allows for cross checks to ensure that you receive the right treatment and care. Please keep your bracelet on during your entire stay.
  • Use the red "Nurse Call" button anytime you need immediate assistance.
  • If you need help asking questions or understanding your care plan, we encourage you to have an advocate (friend or family member) with you in the hospital.
  • Let your care team know if you have trouble standing or walking so we can assist you.
  • Medication should not be brought from home unless you're instructed to do so.


Our housekeeping staff ensures that we provide you and your visitors with a clean, safe environment. We're proud to receive high satisfaction rates for cleanliness, so please let your care team know if you have questions or comments or require anything from our housekeeping department.


  • We work to accommodate personal dietary requests and preferences, while adhering to any specific recommendations form your physician.
  • Please let us know about any food allergies and/or meal preferences you have.
  • Breakfast is served around 7:30 a.m., lunch around 11:30 a.m., and dinner around 5:15 p.m. Your visitors are welcome to purchase meals in our cafeteria from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., and from 5 to 6 p.m. Vending machines are available at all hours.
  • Visitors may dine in our cafeteria,
  • Café: Our Daly Brew café offers espresso, other drinks, treats, and delicious grab-and-go items.


You will be able to access our complimentary wireless network:

  • View available networks on your wireless device.
  • Select "Patient" and click to connect.
  • Launch your browser and click "Accept Use Policy" to review our policy.
  • Enter your email address and click "Login" to accept terms of the policy.