Valley View Medical Center

(435) 868-5000Map1303 North Main StreetCedar City, UT 84721

For Patients

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We want to help you have the best possible experience during your stay at Valley View Medical Center. The resources in this section are designed to help you prepare for your stay, find physicians, discover health resources and be able to navigate your healthcare experience at the hospital.​

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For Family & Visitors

Visiting Guidelines

Because of our strong commitment to patient safety and a high level of commitment to the health of our patients, Intermountain hospitals restrict patient visitation to reduce the risk of spreading disease. These visitation guidelines consist of the following:

  • No visitors under the age of 14 are allowed in the Intensive Care Unit.
  • No more than two visitors at a time in the emergency department. This will not apply to patients in end-of-life situations; please check with nursing staff.
  • No sick visitors. If you have fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, please stay home.

Visiting Hours

General Visiting Hours. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Check with your nurse for unit-specific guidelines. Join us in our efforts to care for your family member or friend through brief and pleasant visits.

Intensive Care Unit. Immediate family members are welcome at any time around the clock, but may want to avoid the time between 5-7 a.m. and 5-7 p.m. for nursing report and care preparation. Visitors must be over the age of 14.

Labor & Delivery. Visitors are allowed at all hours (at the patient’s invitation).

Visiting after 9 p.m. Most outside doors are locked after 10 p.m. To visit after that time, enter through the emergency department and check in with hospital security.

  • Gift Shop

    (435) 868-5128
    The Gift Shop, on the main level, is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p...
    The Gift Shop, on the main level, is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, and occasionally on Saturday. The shop offers clothing, magazines, candy, cards, books, flowers, balloons, decor and personal care items. Operated by volunteers, Gift Shop proceeds help improve hospital services.
  • Car Trouble

    (435) 868-5481
    Hospital Security officers have compressed air to fill low t...
    Hospital Security officers have compressed air to fill low tires, will help jump car batteries, and can connect you with a low-cost company to help if you’re locked out.
  • Cashier's Office

    Patients and guests can pay their hospital bills at the C...

    Patients and guests can pay their hospital bills at the Cashier’s office, located next to the emergency room registration area.

    • Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Hospital Security

    (435) 868-5481
    Your security while in the hospital is very important to us....
    Your security while in the hospital is very important to us. If you have questions or concerns about security, feel free to stop by the Safety & Security office at the emergency department during normal business hours, or contact the officer on duty at any time by calling (435) 868-5481.
  • Lost & Found

    (435) 868-5480
    Hospital Lost & Found is located in the Security office ...
    Hospital Lost & Found is located in the Security office on the main level. Stop by or call the office at (435) 868-5480 during normal business hours to check on lost items, or contact the officer on duty at any time by calling (435) 868-5480.
  • Meditation Room

    A non-denominational meditation room is located on the main ...
    A non-denominational meditation room is located on the main level and is open to patients, family members, and visitors.
  • Staying Connected

    Your room offers a telephone, television, and wireless Inter...
    Your room offers a telephone, television, and wireless Internet access for your personal laptop. The telephone and a television remote are by your bedside. To dial outside the hospital, first press “9.” You can make long distance calls using a calling card. If you need help with your phone, please ask your nurse or PCA. You are also welcome to use your cell phone in all areas of the hospital except for operating rooms or for patient rooms in critical care and emergency departments.
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