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Visitor Guidelines

Family and friends are important to a patient's recovery, and visitors are welcome.

  • Guidelines for visitors may vary and are based on patients' conditions and need for rest. Nurses can provide specific information.
  • Children age 6-12 may visit but should be supervised by an adult (other than the patient) at all times. If you would like younger children to visit, please speak with the patient's nurse.
  • To protect our patients and staff, we ask that visitors who are ill not come to the hospital.
  • Hospital doors, including Cambridge Tower A, are locked each evening at 8:30 p.m. At that time we ask visitors to leave so patients can rest. After 8:30, visitors may enter through the Emergency Department and will receive an ID badge. 
  • Our nursing shift change is 7-7:30 a.m. and 7-7:30 p.m. We ask that family and friends not call for routine patient updates during this time so our nurses can focus on patient safety. We recognize your need for information and will gladly provide updates at other times.
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Anesthesiology

“Everyone was great but especially wanted to thank the anesthesiologist’s nurse who took a second to ask me what kind of surgery I was having (which was a D&C after miscarriage), and to say she was sorry for my loss. She was probably the 7th employee I had told, but the only one who acknowledged the loss. It was nice of her!”

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Unit SNE

“I was in the hospital for 10 days with Neurosurgery for an aneurysm. Dr. Ebersole’s team was amazing. But my nurse Renee was a saint! She sat at my bedside, held my hand, and listened to my fears. She took amazing care of me and my family. We love you, Renee!”


Unit 53

“Dr. Alley was excellent. He was called in late at night, and was happy, courteous and helpful each time I saw him.”

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Units 51/Anesthesia

“I would like to thank everyone in Unit 51 as I had trouble with my anesthesia. These nurse aides and personnel were like having my mom take care of me. They were always taking time to care, listen and even fluffing a pillow when needed. I love all of them.”

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Units CC/2

“Lori Ranallo, APRN, is absolutely awesome. She is knowledgeable about her specialty and seeks to give all patients the best in medicine. More importantly, she is one of the most caring individuals I know. She honestly cares about her patients. She loves her job. She is excellent at her job and it shows on a daily basis. I am blessed to have her as my provider.”

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