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Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital

Visiting Hours

Waiting Areas 
Visitors are always welcome at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. Visitor waiting areas are conveniently located throughout the hospital:

  • Third Floor, Bud & Nancy Adams and Tennessee Titans Family Waiting Area
  • Fourth Floor, Surgery Waiting Room
  • Fifth Floor, Family Waiting Room
  • Seventh Floor, Comprehensive Surgery Center Waiting Room
  • Emergency Department

Critical Care Units 
To ensure the absolute best patient care, visiting hours are limited in our Medical Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Critical Care Unit and Neuro Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Visits to these units are limited to 30 minutes beginning at:

  • 9:30 a.m.
  • 12 noon
  • 3 p.m.
  • 5 p.m.
  • 8 p.m.

View our Visitation Guidelines

Note: Children must be 12 or older to visit these areas of the hospital unless special arrangements are made. 

Labor & Delivery Visitor Policies & Guidelines
Having a baby is a wonderful experience! At Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital, we want to provide a safe and comfortable environment for our mothers and newborns and also encourage family and visitor involvement. Therefore, we have policies in place we wish to share with you.

  • Up to 5 people may be in the Labor and Delivery room at one time. This includes the mother’s support person.
  • At any time, mothers may request “no visitors.” We will place a sign on the door if this request is made.
  • Visitors, please remain in the waiting room. Please keep halls clear. If a patient’s condition warrants, it will be the judgment of the nurse and physician regarding how many visitors are allowed.
  • Children 2 years of age and older may visit the Labor and Delivery and Postpartum rooms. Children under 2 years of age, who are not siblings of the newborn, should remain in the waiting room with a responsible adult. All children must be under supervision at all times.
  • Any visitor (child or adult), who has been ill in the past 2 weeks with a fever and/or diarrhea or vomiting, should not visit mothers and babies.