235 North Pearl Street, Brockton, MA 02301 508-427-3000
Good Samaritan Medical Center recognizes the important role that visitors play in the care of hospitalized patients. Good Samaritan Medical Center makes every attempt to allow visitors without restriction. You as the patient, and or your designated support person have the right to accept or decline visitors. Visitors may include, but are not limited to, a spouse, a domestic partner (including same sex partner), family members, and friends. You may withdraw your consent for visitors at any time during your stay.
Visitors may be limited or restricted only when visitation would interfere with the care of the patient and/or the care of other patients.
The following are example of circumstances that could result in the hospital imposing restrictions or limiting visitors:
Please ask your nurse or doctor about any visitation restrictions that may apply during your visit.
Your care can be enhanced by occasional visits from your friends and family. Of course, the reason for your hospital stay is to receive treatment, so we hope that your visitors understand and respect that patient care needs are our first and foremost concern. Patients need their rest and privacy.
Please share this information with your visitors so they will be aware of the following visiting policies:
at the discretion of the patient.
The staff of the Critical Care Unit (CCU) is committed to providing individualized care to critically ill patients and their families by supporting family-focused care within our highly technical environment.
Visitors are welcome to use the cafeteria on the ground floor. It is open 6:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m., daily, for meals.
Soda, fruit juice and snack vending machines are located in the cafeteria and the emergency department waiting area and are available 24 hours a day.