Visiting Hours & Visiting Keene, NH
To ensure your professional care and your need for a quiet and restful environment, we ask that your visitors observe the Medical Centers suggested visiting hours and that no more than two persons visit you at a time. You can help us care for our patients by remembering to ask your visitors to visit only if they are feeling well. If you need more privacy, or have special visiting needs, just let your nurses know and they will see that your request is met.
If you are in a semi-private room, your visitors are asked to be considerate of the other patient in the room. Individual circumstances requiring special visiting hours can he easily accommodated upon request.
Visiting Hours: Suggested hours 12 noon to 8 pm – The patients’ identified support person may be present at any time unless restricted due to safety or health reasons as described above.
|Medical, Surgical, and Oncology Units||Unlimited until 8:00 p.m.|
|Women and Children's Health Unit||As a family centered unit, we encourage family members to visit at any time.
Accommodations are available for new fathers and parents of young children to room in.
We encourage other visitors to come between the hours of 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm.
|ICU/CCU||Visitors restricted between 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
|Telemetry||Unlimited until 8:00 p.m.|
|Mental Health Services||
|Farnum Rehabilitation Center||4:00 pm to 8:00 pm Monday to Friday.
12:00 pm to 8:00 pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
|Post Anesthesia Care Unit||Family members who are waiting for patients in the recovery room (PACU) may wait in the Radiology waiting room.|
Visiting Keene, NH
Keene is located in New Hampshire's southwestern corner, nestled between Mount Monadnock and the Connecticut River Valley. New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts all meet in NH's Monadnock Region, home to thriving businesses, excellent schools, modern healthcare facilities, Keene State and Franklin Pierce Colleges, and Antioch University New England.
Keene is Cheshire County's center for shopping, dining, culture and entertainment, business development and health and human services. A City of about 22,000, Keene offers a vibrant downtown with a wide a tree-lined Main Street, and is home to the world famous Pumpkin Festival. Keene offers access to recreation for all seasons, and a bucolic countryside with pristine lakes, winding country roads, beautiful villages, and family farms that span generations. Yet Keene is less than a two-hour car ride to Boston, Hartford and NH's seacoast.
The following links will help acquaint you with Keene, surrounding towns, the Monadnock Region and the State of New Hampshire.