Support from family and friends is an important part of the patient’s recovery process. We encourage you to visit your loved ones while they are at Wabash General Hospital. Please see the guidelines below, which are in place to help us maintain a healing environment. Exceptions to these rules can be made for end-of-life and other special circumstances.
- Due to COVID-19, patients are allowed to have more than one visitor per day but only one visitor at a time. Surgery patients can be accompanied by one visitor during surgery. Minor surgery patients can be accompanied by both parents during surgery. At this time, no visitors will be allowed to stay overnight unless required for patient assistance. All visitors will be screened upon entry of the hospital.
- General hospital visiting hours are from 8 AM to 8 PM.
- Anyone wishing to enter or exit the hospital after 10 PM must do so through the Emergency Room.
- Appropriateness of immediate family or someone spending the night needs to be evaluated based on several criteria, including, but not limited to, the benefit to the patient and consent of roommate if in a semiprivate room.
- Children ages 6 and older may visit on an inpatient unit during regular visiting hours when accompanied by an adult. Children under age 6 must receive permission from the nursing supervisor prior to a visit. Children must be supervised at all times by an adult who is not the patient.
- Wabash General Hospital is a tobacco free campus. Please do not smoke or use smokeless tobacco anywhere on the property.
- Visiting restrictions may be required, depending upon patient medical conditions and needs. Please see a member of the nursing staff for any questions about restrictions.
Free parking is available in surface parking lots and streets surrounding the hospital and clinics. Handicapped parking is also available.