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Family & Friends Visitation

Everyone wants to see a new baby – from family and friends to neighbors and co-workers – you likely have many people eager to meet your new addition. Your baby’s early days are an exciting time, but they can also be overwhelming for mom and baby. 

All visitors 

  • Wash your hands often while visiting our facilities. It prevents the spread of germs that can cause infection.
  • If you've got a fever, cold, or any infection symptoms, please stay home.
  • Don't bring patients food or candies unless your attending doctor gives permission.
  • Visitors are allowed based on patient's condition.

We’ve created some guidelines for those coming to visit you and your new baby at Spartanburg Medical Center and Spartanburg Medical Center – Mary Black Campus.

Spartanburg Medical Center

  • Patients may have a maximum of three visitors (aged 12 and older, unless they are your other children) during the labor process. Once you are prepped for birth, you may have up to three visitors in the room. At this point, there will be no changing of visitors until you are transferred to our Mother/Baby unit (approximately two hours after birth). This is for the safety of both mother and baby, and to initiate immediate skin-to-skin after delivery to promote a good start to breastfeeding and early mother-baby bonding.
  • If you have a Cesarean section, you are typically allowed one family member to accompany you in the operating room. Your anesthesiologist ultimately makes this decision with your safety in mind. Triage and recovery after surgery visitation rules are different. You may have one family member present with you in both the triage evaluation area and the post anesthesia recovery unit. Once you and your baby are transferred to your private mother-baby room, family and friends are welcome to visit at any time.
  • We are pleased to offer you and your baby a “quiet time” every afternoon from 2 – 4 p.m., where the lights on the unit will be dimmed and the noise levels will be as low as possible. This optional program gives you valuable bonding time and rest. Essential and requested services will still be available. We encourage you to ask your visitors to come to the unit outside of these hours.

Spartanburg Medical Center – Mary Black Campus

  • Visiting hours: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Patients may have a maximum of two visitors at any one time.
  • Children are only allowed in the maternity department if they are a patient's sibling.

Learn More

For more information or questions about visitation at Spartanburg Medical Center, please contact us at 864-560-BABY (2229).

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