Visiting HoursAt CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, family members, visitors, and support persons are welcome to visit their loved ones. Patients may receive visits from visitors of their choice. Patients also have the right to withdraw or deny consent to visitation at any time.
Please keep in mind that the well-being of all our patients is our top concern. The hospital may limit visitation in consideration of the patient’s condition and the rights or safety of others. Please check with the patient’s nurse regarding visitation.
The hospital will not deny visitation privileges based on race, religion, ethnicity, language, culture, size, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, socioeconomic status, physical or mental ability or disability.
All visitors must obtain a visitor pass from the Security Desk located in the Main Lobby of the Patient Tower or the Main Lobby of the Doctors Tower.
There may be unique and extenuating circumstances that require compassionate exceptions to visiting guidelines. In collaboration with the patient or patient’s representative, staff will use judgment in considering the unique family circumstances and patient needs when applying these guidelines.
Overnight visitation is allowed only with permission by the patient’s primary nurse. Overnight visitors are not allowed in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Intensive Care Unit
Visitation is not permitted during shift change (6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.). After 8:00 p.m., two visitors per patient are permitted at the bedside.
Access to the treatment areas may be restricted; visitation is permitted when it’s deemed clinically appropriate by the physician, nurses or staff.
Labor & Delivery
One family member/visitor or support person of the patient’s choosing may be permitted in recovery area when the patient is stable.
NICU and Pediatrics
Parents are always welcome to visit; however, visitation may be occasionally restricted because of procedures or increased department activity. Siblings, who are 12 years and younger, may also visit with their parents.
During quiet times, we ask all staff, families, and visitors to please: