We thank you for visiting your family and friends. To help insure the safety of our patients we ask all visitors to adhere to the following safety precautions. We understand there are often many questions about what is and what is not allowed during your visit, please let us know if you have any questions:
- Visiting hours are limited to allow our patients the time necessary to engage in the therapeutic program and meet with their clinicians:
Visitation will be daily 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Only two visitors are allowed at a time. Visitors will not be switched out during the visitation.
- Before your visit, you will be asked to sign in acknowledging the confidentiality expectations of visitation to the Adult Behavioral Health Unit.
- You will be asked to remove all items from your pockets/person and leave your purse/backpack/bag/coats in the cabinet in the conference room until you leave.
- Please do not give any items directly to the patients, for safety issues all items brought on to the unit must be monitored.
- No outside food or drinks allowed.
- Visiting is to occur in the Day Room. No visiting allowed in patient rooms.
- Visitors under 18 years old are not permitted.
- If you see something that makes you uncomfortable or a patient is making you uncomfortable please let the staff know.
- Previous patients of PMC’s Behavioral Health Services may not visit until they have been discharged from the unit for 30 days or longer.
- Please be courteous of others by:
- No profanity or offensive language
- Limiting displays of affection, a brief hug/kiss upon arriving and leaving only
- Wearing appropriate clothing (not provocative, no offensive slogans, no drug/alcohol/violent references)
- Confidentiality is a priority and expected by all visitors
- Refrain from arguing and upsetting the person you are here to visit and/or others
- You will be asked to leave and not be allowed to visit if your presence is upsetting for others
Thank you again for your patience and cooperation in helping us maintain a safe and the environment. Please contact the Nurses’ Station at 239‐2571 if you have any questions.