Visiting the ICU
- Please wash your hands before and after visiting the ICU. There is a sink and hand sanitizer located in the patient's room.
- Please do not visit the hospital if you have a fever, cold, or cough.
- Guest are allowed to visit at the patient’s and family’s request. Visitors must be kept to no more than 2 people unless approved by the care provider. We ask that visitors take into consideration the patient’s needs, and keep all visits to a minimum.
- A waiting room and chapel are available for the patient’s friends and family. Please be mindful of others using these areas.
- Children may visit the ICU when accompanied by an adult at all times. At certain times of the year, children will not be allowed to visit the ICU due to increased potential of illness. Please be mindful and educate your children on what they may see.
- Latex balloons are not allowed in the hospital, because some people are allergic to latex. Mylar balloons are acceptable.
- When bringing any type of gifts to the ICU, please contact the care provider to see if it is appropriate to bring to the room. Sometimes it is better to bring gifts after your loved one has been discharged from the ICU so the patient doesn’t have to pack it all to go home.
- Due to patient privacy, only two people will be given information. All others should contact these individuals for updates and questions in regard to their loved ones.