Visits from relatives and friends can play an important part in a
patient's recovery; however a visit can be tiring when one is not feeling
TMC asks that most visits be kept short. In most cases, a patient's
time is scheduled for receiving care and treatment. Since this is
especially true in the mornings, we suggest any planned morning visitor call
ahead to make sure you are in your room and that there are no planned
- General visiting hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- The Maternity Unit follows general visiting hours. However,
after-hours births do allow for visitors. After 8:30 p.m.,
must check in at the Security booth, located just outside the Emergency
- Mothers and fathers can visit an infant in the Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit (NICU) at any time. Visitors must check in at the front desk
of the NICU and the Maternity Unit 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Critical Care Units have open visiting with some restrictions.
Always check with the nurse.
- Behavioral Health Units visiting hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Only two visitors per patient at a time.
- Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Children should not be left unattended anywhere in the hospital.
- Visitors should use the main entrance (on Holmes) to enter and exit
from the hospital.
- Visitors are asked not to sit or lay on the patient's bed and to not
use the patient's restroom.
- Visitors with colds, flu or other contagious diseases are asked not
to visit patients.
- Visitors and patients should be respectful of other patients and
keep noise to a minimum.
- Visitors must check with the nursing unit before bringing food or
gifts to the patient's room. Patients may be on special diets and
certain foods are restricted.
- Visitors are asked to not visit other patients on the unit, touch
equipment, or change the position of a patient or their bed without
consulting the nurse.
- No visitors will be allowed in the room while treatment, doctor or
nursing care is in progress. Your visitor(s) may be asked to step
outside your room during these times.
- Visitors should wash their hands upon entering and leaving the