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Planning Your Visit

At Nicklaus Children's, we understand that a trip to the hospital can be an emotional, and sometimes worrisome, experience for parents and their children. Being informed about what to expect during a hospital visit can help reduce stress for the patient and the entire family. If you (or your child) are a patient at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, or if you are preparing for a stay at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, you've come to the right place to learn everything you need to know before arriving on campus.

Family Centered Care through visitation is promoted at Nicklaus Children's Hospital. All visitors should follow the safety and visitation guidelines in order to ensure safety and confidentiality of our patients. All visitors should be free from symptoms of contagious disease and known exposures.


Hospital Visitation Hours

General Visitation Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Visitors 12 years of age or older may visit along with parents, adult primary caregivers, grandparents and extended family members at any time. If a visitor is under 12 years of age, notify the nurse for assistance.

Intensive Care, Special Care Nurseries, Surgical Services and Bone Marrow Transplant have special guidelines about visitation. Please notify the nurse for assistance for visitation into these areas.

Equal Visitation

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is committed to provide visitation in accordance with our non-discrimination policy which provides access without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, religion, marital status, citizenship, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and/or other legally protected classification.


Request an Appointment Online

Fill out an online form and a Nicklaus Children's coordinator will schedule your appointment within 24-48 business hours.


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