Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital will not restrict, limit, or deny visitation privileges based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.
The hospital will ensure that all visitors chosen by the patient will enjoy full and equal visitation privileges, consistent with the patient’s wishes.
Each patient or his/her support person will be informed of the patient’s right to choose who may visit him/her during a hospital stay, subject to certain clinical restrictions or limitations on such rights, and his/her right to deny or withdraw such consent at any time.
This visitation rights disclosure will be made in advance of furnishing patient care whenever possible.
Children may visit if they are accompanied by an adult, are quiet, and stay in the patient’s room.
Using best clinical judgment, the Charge RN will determine whom/how many visitors will be allowed to see a patient without causing detriment to the patient’s condition or care. The Charge RN will determine when visitation would interfere with the care of the patient and/or the care of other patients.
Limiting visitation will be considered if any of the following apply:
* Patient is undergoing care interventions;
* Presence of infection control issues;
* Visitation may interfere with the care of other patients;
* Existence of court orders restricting contact (of which the hospital is aware);
* Disruptive, threatening or violent behavior of any kind;
* Patient need for privacy or rest;
* Need for limitation on the number of visitors during a specific time period;
* Need for minimum age requirements for child visitors; and
* Inpatient substance abuse treatment programs having protocols limiting visitation.
Additional considerations will include:
1. Visitors must leave the patient’s room during doctor’s visits, and upon requests of the nurses or patient. At the request of the patient, a visitor/family member may be allowed to remain in the patient’s room.
2. Inpatients are limited to two (2) visitors at one time if patient has a roommate.
3. Bringing food or drink into the hospital for a patient is prohibited unless authorized by the attending physician.
4. Visitors will be shown to the designated waiting areas, front lobby, or cafeteria when they are requested to leave the patient’s room.
5. Hospital Staff will make every effort to accommodate Pastoral and other spiritual services offered to all.
Flowers & Balloons:
Visitors are welcome to bring gifts of flowers to patients in their rooms or have them delivered to the hospital.
If you would like to send or bring balloons, please note that only non-latex or mylar are allowed. In order to protect our patients and staff who may have an allergy to latex, – balloons made of this material are prohibited.
Everyone in the ambulatory care/outpatient surgery were great!! They all made me feel very comfortable and did a great job!!! thank you to the whole outpatient staff and Doctor Rayner..I would recommend Schoolcraft or patient to anyone in need of surgery
Reviewer: Jeremy Sitkoski
out of 5 stars
The care that was provided by The nurses (Cindy, Felicia Ruth) and staff was exceptional. The entire staff was very friendly and made you feel welcome. We received a call from Felicia the next day to check on my husband to check his pain level and do a follow up. The surgery area from check in to check out was well organized, clean, and up to date. Thank you to all of you for what you do so well and everything beyond your normal duties.
Reviewer: Maureen DesChamps
5 out of 5 stars