Visit or Contact a Patient
Gillette patients are welcome to have visitors while they are staying overnight in the hospital or here for outpatient visits.
Parents, primary caregivers, spouses or partners may visit inpatients at any time. Friends and other family members usually may visit the hospital between 9:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. We ask all visitors to be respectful of our patients’ health and need for rest and to leave at 8:30 p.m. every evening.
Keep in mind, however, that sometimes a patient’s medical status or schedule will affect when a patient can have visitors. Patients who’ve had surgery or are in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, for example, might need time to rest and receive care. And for patients who are undergoing therapy, visitors might need to wait until the session is complete.
Illness and Supervision Guidelines
To protect the health of all of our patients, people who have a cold or sore throat or have been exposed to a contagious disease—including chicken pox, measles and flu—may not visit the hospital.
Visitors coming into and leaving your child’s room should wash or sanitize their hands.
In addition, visitors who are under 13 must be accompanied and continuously supervised by an adult.
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