Watertown Regional Medical Center understands that having loved ones by our patients side can help with healing and care. Therefore, our patients have the right to choose and prioritize visitors from among family, friends, partners, personal care aides, or other individuals.
- If you are feeling ill or have any contagious diseases, please reschedule your visit until you are feeling better.
- When you arrive, check in at the nurse’s station before heading to your friend’s or family member’s room. This will help respect patient privacy and make sure the time is appropriate for your visit.
- There is no smoking anywhere in the hospital and use of electronic cigarettes or smokeless tobacco is prohibited.
- Visitors must dress appropriately and wear shirts and shoes.
- Hand hygiene is important, please use hand sanitizer before entering a patient's room and upon leaving.
- Please limit the number of visitors at one time and keep your visit brief. Rest and quiet will help your loved one recover faster.
At Watertown Regional Medical Center, we do not have set visiting hours. We do this so that patients and their families and friends are able to see each other on a schedule that fits their needs. We ask that all visitors keep in mind that quiet and rest are two very important parts of the healing process. If possible, please limit the number of visits between 9:00 pm and 8:00 am. These are key times that we are working to provide a quite and restful environment for all of our patients. If you are visiting after 8:00 pm, please enter through the Emergency Department entrance. The main hospital entrance locks at 8:00 pm. Visiting hours are subject to change and may vary depending on department.
Need more information?
For more information about visiting a patient at Watertown Regional Medical Center, please call 920-262-4210.
*Visitor guidelines are subject to change based on patient and environmental demands i.e. pandemic