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Visitors are welcome at Deaconess at appropriate times. All friends and relatives are requested to observe the visiting guidelines.

General Hospital

1:30 9 p.m.

Birth Center of New Generations

9 a.m. 9 p.m. (family unrestricted)

(Baby photos are taken of all newborn infants whose parents give consent. Ask your nurse about our virtual nursery photos on the Internet.)

Senior Diagnostic Center

Daily 8 9 a.m. and 12 1 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays 5 7 p.m.

Adult Mental Health Center

Weekdays 7 9 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays 1 3 p.m. and 6 9 p.m.

Critical Care Units (two visitors at a time) immediate family only (Children age 12 years of age and older), no overnight stays allowed in rooms.

Daily 9:00am - 16:30 pm and 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

Hours are flexible based upon the condition of the patient.

Overnight Guests

A visitor may stay overnight with a patient in a private room. Arrangements can be made through your nurse for a bed for the overnight visitor (based on availability).

For patients in semiprivate rooms, an overnight visitor must be approved through the assistant nursing administrator. Overnight beds are not available in semiprivate rooms.

Limiting Visitors

If you wish our assistance in limiting the number or lengths of stay of your visitors, please ask your nurse. Signs can be placed on your door indicating your wishes for "no visitors," "family only, please," or limiting visiting hours. This is your personal choice, but we will be glad to assist, if you need us to.

Speaking With Your Physician

Physicians make rounds to their patients at different times and the nursing staff is usually not aware when your physician will be by to see you. It is best to ask your physician when you can expect to see him or her again.

Sometimes a relative or a friend wishes to speak with the doctor about your condition. If your loved one is leaving the area temporarily, such as at meal times, your nurse will be glad to have him/her paged over the hospital intercom when the doctor arrives, if requested to do so.


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