Hours for Visiting
Family and friends may visit you during your stay at Wyandot Memorial, while being mindful of the rest requirements and privacy needs of patients.
- General visiting hours for the Medical/Surgical area of WMH are based on individual patient needs. To provide a healing atmosphere that allows for patients’ rest, visitors are encouraged to limit their visiting to between the hours of 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. (The front doors of the main lobby are locked at 9:30 p.m., and opened at 6:30 a.m. Access overnight is available via the Emergency Department.)
- Patients in the Critical/Coronary Care Unit may be visited by immediate family members on a schedule arranged with the nurse on duty.
- Maternity patients may have guests between 12 Noon – 8 p.m.
To protect patients from the spread of germs in the hospital, your visitors should not visit you if they are sick. Visitors should also wash their hands before and after visiting, and cover their mouths when coughing.
Meals & Snacks in the Cafeteria
The hospital’s cafeteria is located on the lower level, and is open
Lunch 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Visitors may also order a guest tray from the room service menu located in each room.
Vending machines are available 24 hours a day in the cafeteria, the main lobby and the hallway near the Medical/Surgical Unit.
Visitors should not sit on the patient’s bed, as it is designed to conform and adjust to the healing needs of the patient.
Visitors may be asked to leave the room when the doctor, nurse or therapist needs to see the patient.
Visitors may use public restrooms located in the front lobby and throughout the facility.
Smoking is prohibited
To protect the health and safety of our patients, guests and staff, Wyandot Memorial Hospital is tobacco free. Smoking or the use of other tobacco products is prohibited anywhere on the WMH campus, including inside buildings, outside of buildings and in parking areas.
Guests may use their cell phones throughout the hospital.
Visitors may wait in the main lobby at the front entrance, the Critical/Coronary Care Unit Waiting Room or the cafeteria on the hospital’s lower level.
The hospital’s chapel – located near the Medical/Surgical Unit – is also available to visitors.