Visiting Hours & Information
Visiting hours are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with respect to sleeping hours. Our patients, if able, determine who visits them and when, as visitors can be an important part of the healing process.
All patients and visitors will be will be asked for identification and the reason for entering the hospital, and will be given a badge that must be worn when in the hospital.
Badges are good for only one day, so repeat visitors must check in for a new badge. Greeters are available to assist in obtaining badges and providing directions to the appropriate department or patient care unit.
In the best interest of the patient, no more than two visitors per patient are allowed at any one time. Nursing and other hospital staff may restrict visitors and visiting hours at any time.
Quiet time is all the time. Please be as quiet as possible in the corridors and while visiting in the patient room and be considerate of all patients and other visitors. Please respect patient and roommate wishes for privacy, rest, and comfort.
If you are a visitor, please remember that the person you are visiting is in the hospital for treatment, rest, and recovery. Keep your visit brief and quiet. Be positive, encouraging, and cheerful.
Children under 14 may only visit patients who are immediate family members (parents, grandparents, siblings) and must be under the direct supervision of an adult other than the patient.
Only siblings of infants are allowed to visit Mother Infant Care. Parents of a patient who is a minor may determine who visits the patient.
Visitors with colds, sore throats, or any contagious diseases should refrain from visiting patients until they are completely well. If an outbreak of a communicable disease occurs within the community, visitations may be restricted.
Latex balloon may not be brought to the hospital as gifts. Exposure to latex can cause severe allergic reactions in some patients. Mylar balloons are permitted.
Behavioral Health - Visiting hours are determined according to the therapeutic program schedule.
Access to the hospital
Patients and visitors may use one of three entrances: the main Pueblo Street entrance just across from the Pueblo Parking Structure, the Castillo Street entrance to the right (east) of the Pueblo entrance, or the Bath Street entrance (see maps >>).
Thank you for being an important part of a healing environment for our patients.