Welcome to Crisp Regional Hospital and our larger care family, Crisp Regional Health Services. We want to ensure that your visit with us is as comfortable as possible. These patient and visitor resources will help familiarize you with our policies, services and facilities.
Flowers & Gifts
In the Hospital Gift Shop, you’ll find unique gifts and something for everyone — including flowers, cards, balloons, baby gifts and specialty gifts.
General Visiting Hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., daily
Intensive Care Unit Visiting Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with limited visitation during shift changes
Visitor parking is available in the main lot in front of the hospital or in the side lot adjacent to the hospital. There are canopies at both the main entrance and outpatient entrance for covered, convenient patient drop-off and pick-up.
Crisp Regional facilities are smoke-free environments. Smoking is prohibited on hospital property and on all Crisp Regional Health Services properties.
The Hospital Information Desk is conveniently located in the main lobby, near the main entrance. Here, our volunteers can help you find a patient’s room or information about hospital facilities and services.
For your convenience, there is an ATM on the 1st floor by Respiratory Therapy in the hall behind outpatient registration.
We encourage you to visit with your friend or loved one while he or she is in the hospital. Your visit is an important part of patient healing and recovery. In order to facilitate the best care possible for our patients and a pleasant visit for you, we offer these resources and guidelines for visitors.
For the comfort and safety of our patients, visitors should not overcrowd patient rooms. As a general rule, two visitors are allowed in a patient’s room at one time. We strongly encourage visitors to keep visiting times short (up to 30 minutes) but meaningful.
Visits may be limited or restricted in certain units or situations, including infection control limitations; disruptive behavior of visitors, patient or roommate; or the need for patient rest or privacy. All of these circumstances may be considered clinically reasonable and necessary in the best interest of patient care, safety and well-being.