Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns
Your Stay at Sharp Mary Birch
We have implemented new visitation and overnight guest guidelines in accordance with the County Health Department order. Learn more.
We appreciate your understanding as we continue to focus on the health and safety of our patients, staff, caregivers and community.
Your loved ones are welcome at Sharp.
As a patient at Sharp Mary Birch, you're in the best possible hands. But we know there's no substitute for the support of a loved one. That's why we go beyond visiting hours, equipping each patient room with a recliner or sofa sleeper — allowing one guest of your choosing to sleep comfortably in your room overnight.
Your overnight guest:
- Will be empowered to learn and participate in your recovery
- Will have access to either a recliner or sleeper sofa, depending upon availability
- Will receive sheets, a blanket, a pillow and a pillowcase
- Must be 18 or over and should not require supervision or physical assistance
- Will have access to vending machines, a gift shop, a cafeteria, an ATM and coffee cart
- Will have access to a wireless connection for your own laptop computer
To learn more about spending the night at Sharp Mary Birch, browse our list of packing suggestions. Or, if you're pregnant and would like tips on visiting us, read our guide and learn how you can prepare for your hospital stay. In addition, we offer a helpful guide if you are preparing for surgery. Please disable your browser's pop-up blocker in order to view the guides.
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"It's highly gratifying to be able to dedicate 100 percent of my time to patient care."
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"The doctor-patient relationship is very important to me and I enjoy connecting with and helping my patients."
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