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Visitor Information

Visits from the people our patients care about are an important part of healing. We welcome our patients' friends and family and we seek to provide an environment that is comfortable, nurturing and considerate of our patients' needs.

Visiting Hours

Our visiting policy is flexible because we believe family and friends are integral to the physical and emotional well-being of our patients. Please understand there may be times where visitors may be asked to temporarily leave a patient's room for testing, procedures or other reasons. For specific visiting questions, please check with the patient care unit's clinical staff.

Any visitors coming to the hospital between 6:00 pm – 6:00 am must enter through the Emergency Care Center and stop at the Greeter’s Desk to be screened and receive a yellow visitor identification sticker.

Checking On A Loved One

Family and friends of the patient can call directly to the room instead of going through the hospital operator. It is the patient's responsibility to inform family members and friends of their phone number.

Waiting Areas

  • Cardiovascular Waiting Room - Located on the 2nd floor near elevators and surgery doors, this waiting area is for families of patients who are undergoing angioplasty, open heart surgery and/or cardiac catheterization.
  • Heart & Vascular Institute Waiting Room - Located in the glassed-in corner on the second floor, this waiting area is for families of patients who are at Sharon Regional Medical Center for EEGs, stress tests, pediatric clinic, pulse oximetry, pulmonary, holter monitors, and cardiothoracic surgery.
  • Medical Imaging/Lab Waiting Room - Located on the first floor near admitting area, this waiting area is for families of patients who are undergoing for x-rays, lab procedures, catheterizations, MRIs, nuclear medicine, CT scans and mammograms.
  • Dale Pokorney Family Lounge (Surgical Waiting Room) – Located on the 3rd floor in the Women’s Center living room, this waiting area is for families of patients who are undergoing outpatient and inpatient surgical procedures.