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- Day Away
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- MS Center
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- Nutrition Services
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- Parent-Baby Groups
- Pastoral Care
- Patient Advocate
- Pay Your Bill
- Pediatric Services
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- Regional Cancer Center
- Respiratory Services
- Seniors Services
- Single Incision
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- Sports Medicine
- Stroke Center
- Surgical Services
- Uterine Fibroids
- Varicose Veins
- Villa Marie Claire Hospice
- Volunteer Services
- Women's Services




Visiting Hours & Guidelines

Pediatrics

Hours: Noon to 8:30 p.m.
Parents and grandparents: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
One adult only may stay overnight.
Siblings: Age 2 and older may visit.
Other visitors: Must be age 14 and older.


Medical/Surgical Units

(Lobby North, 1 North, 1 East, 2 Marian, 3 Marian, 4 Marian, 5 Marian, 6 Marian)
Hours: Noon to 8:30 p.m. Please limit visitors to two at a time.


Intensive Care Unit

Hours: Noon to 8 p.m., every day, including holidays.
Children: Age 16 and older

At the discretion of the nursing staff, patients in crisis may be permitted to have visitors for five minutes per hour. Only two visitors at a time.
  The Pavilion

Weekdays: 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays: 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Medical Center holidays: Noon to 8 p.m.
Children: Age 16 and older



The BirthPlace

Hours: Noon to 8:30 p.m.
Visitors: Will be permitted at the discretion of the nurse, physician, and the patient.
Children: Only the newborn's siblings are permitted to visit.
  • The patient's significant other and one other coach or adult are the only people allowed in the room during labor and delivery.
  • All other visitors will be asked to wait in the main lobby or in the family waiting room.
Policy

Family and friends of patients are very important in Holy Name's concept of holistic care. They are partners with us in the healing process. Visiting hours are designed to offer flexibility and involvement by families. Visitors need to be sensitive to patients' need for rest and to the physician and nurses' efforts to provide excellent care.

Patients (or their support person, where appropriate) have the right to receive visitors that they designate, including, but not limited to, a spouse, a domestic or civil union partner (including a same-sex partner), another family member, or a friend. Each patient has the right to withdraw or deny such consent at any time. We do not restrict, limit, or otherwise deny visitation privileges on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability. Subject to clinically necessary restrictions or limitations detailed below, all visitors enjoy full and equal visitation privileges consistent with patient preferences.
Procedures

  • Visitor ID badges must be obtained at the Information Desk in the main lobby.
  • Visitors may request 7 or 30 day passes for visiting long-term patients, except in LDRP and Special Care Nursery.
  • LDRP:

    • for laboring patients, only the patient's spouse or support person may visit;
    • for post partum patients, the newborn's siblings or other relatives may visit with no age restrictions;
    • Special Care Nursery: only the newborn's parents and grandparents may visit.
  • Exceptions to any visiting guidelines must be communicated by nursing staff to the Information Desk. Visitors requesting an exception must wait while the Information Desk calls for permission from the nursing staff.
  • Children under age 14 must be accompanied by an adult. No more than two children at a time are permitted. Children must be 14 or older to visit in the Pediatric Unit. Children must be 16 or older to visit the ICU or Pavilion.
  • The main hospital entrance must be staffed by Security while the doors are unlocked.
  • The Nurse Manager is responsible for seeing that visitors observe all regulations on the unit. If s/he is unable to control unauthorized or unruly visitors, the problem must be referred to a supervisor and/or the Security Department.
Restrictions on Visitation

Holy Name may restrict visitors for legitimate reasons, which include, but are not limited to:
  • Any court order limiting or restraining contact;
  • Behavior presenting a direct risk or threat to the patient, hospital staff, or others in the immediate environment;
  • Behavior disruptive of the functioning of the patient care unit;
  • Reasonable limitations on the number of visitors at any one time;
  • Patient's risk of infection by the visitor;
  • Visitors' risk of infection by the patient;
  • Extraordinary protections because of a pandemic, infectious disease outbreak or other emergency situation;
  • Substance abuse treatment protocols requiring restricted visitation;
  • Patient's need for privacy or rest; or
  • Need for privacy or rest by another individual in the patient's shared room.