- Visitors should follow visiting hours to visit wards and ICUs.
- Family and friends are an integral part of your healing journey. We value their participation in your recovery process.
- We request our visitors to limit their visits during visiting hours in the best interest of the patients.
- Depending on patient’s specific medical condition and special needs, visitors may be restricted.
- Visitors should carry (wear or display) their visitors passes while they are in hospital’s premises.
- Contact help desk, if you have lost your pass.
- Children less than 10 years of age are not allowed on patients’ floors.
- All visitors should sanitize their hands before and after visiting the hospital.
- Visitors should read and follow all the instructions, signs and boards.
- Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited near patients monitoring systems, ICU’s and in the radiology department.
Visitors Do’s & Don’ts
- Visitors should obtain visitors’ passes. Only one visitor is allowed per pass.
- Please don’t smoke inside the hospital.
- Do not bring outside food in the hospital.
- Outside food is not allowed for the patient.
- Don’t bring children under 10 to 12 years to the hospital unless they need care.
- Don’t visit the hospital if you have cold, flu or any other infection.
- Don’t come to the hospital without mask if you are coughing and sneezing.
- Take care of your valuables.
- Visitors should visit the hospital only during visiting hours.
- Visiting ICU is restricted – only one or two persons will be allowed at a time to visit ICU during visiting hours.
- Only one visitor is allowed against one pass.
- Visitors should not bring children under age 10 to 12 years to the hospitals.