Information to help you prepare your child for a hospital stay, including what to expect during your stay, preparing for surgery, and what to bring.
If you are coming to Primary Children's for an outpatient appointment, you will find the following information helpful as you plan your visit.
Because of our strong commitment to the health and safety of our
patients, we restrict
patient visitation when respiratory illness is
prevalent in the community.
At Primary Children's, we consider the care and comfort of our patients to be of utmost importance. This includes providing resources for patient's family.
Primary Children's encourages brief visits when the child's condition permits. Each nursing unit may have its own visiting policies and hours.
Send a gift to any patient at Primary Children's. You can browse for gifts, send a personalized note, and pay online. Your gift will be delivered by a volunteer.
Send an electronic message to a patient at Primary Children's and a volunteer will print the message and deliver it to the patient.
Primary Children's offers many support services to help patients and families. Services include medical social workers, bereavement therapy, music therapy and more.
View information and policies about hospital security, approved devices, electrical toys, and our smoking policy.
Expressing your concerns will not negatively impact your child's care in
any way. Our goal is to resolve these concerns during the hospital