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Visiting Hours & Visitor Rights

St. Luke's recognizes the positive impact that family and other loved ones have in our patients' care and healing. Please be mindful of your personal health and any symptoms of illness that you may be experiencing before visiting patients.

While visiting at St. Luke's facilities, wearing a face mask is optional unless you are in a patient care area where masking is required. We ask you to help keep everyone healthy by following these guidelines:
  • If you are experiencing symptoms or are at high risk for getting sick, please wear a mask.
  • Please practice proper hand hygiene by washing your hands frequently and using hand sanitizer.
  • Visiting hours for our inpatient care areas are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • There is not a limit to the number of visitors a patient may have; however, please limit the number of visitors in a patient room to two visitors at any particular time.
  • Children under the age of 14 should be accompanied by an adult during their visit.
  • Please adhere to any visitor guidelines specified for a particular floor or unit.
  • Visitor hours for outpatient services will be consistent with the patient's surgery, procedure, or appointment.
Please note that patients, visitors and team members visiting our physician offices, urgent care centers, Infusion Center and other locations of care may be asked to wear a mask depending on their illness symptoms or due to a high prevalence of immune compromised patients in that area, or for Surrey Place, due to regulatory requirements.

Visitors' cooperation with these guidelines is appreciated and will provide added protection for our patients and team members.

Don't Delay Your Healthcare

Routine checkups and preventive services can help you from becoming ill and are an essential part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For individuals with chronic conditions or who are at high-risk, it is more important than ever for you to maintain your normal appointment schedule and not put off visiting your doctor.
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