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Patient & Visitor Information

COVID-19 Visitor updates

At VCU Health CMH we understand that entering a hospital can be confusing and overwhelming for patients and their loved ones. Knowing as much as possible beforehand can help ease stress. Please read through this section of our web site to familiarize yourself with our hospital before your scheduled procedure, whether it is for outpatient services or inpatient care. If you are scheduled for surgery, you will be able to review the general process, from admission to recovery. You can also read about a wide range of useful topics, such as hospital meals, television and telephone service, and visiting hours.

Visitors and patients both can also learn about visiting hours, travel directions, nearby parking facilities, guest accommodations, and more.

Visiting Guidelines, Effective March 7, 2022

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Our commitment to a drug-free campus: What to know ahead of your next appointment

We believe it is in the best interest of our patients, visitors and the community to remain a smoke-free, firearm-free and drug-free campus.

While it is now legal in Virginia for people 21 and older to have small amounts of marijuana for personal use, marijuana remains an illegal substance under federal law.

Since our health system follows federal guidelines pertaining to marijuana, many of our VCU Health policies remain the same.

What this means for patients and visitors:

  • We do not allow the possession or consumption of any amount of marijuana in any VCU Health-owned, operated or leased facility or on our campuses.
  • Please do not bring any amount of marijuana to an appointment or when visiting a loved one.
  • We will ask any patient or visitor found to be in possession of any amount of marijuana or using marijuana while on our premises to remove the substance from our facility and campus setting right away or it will be confiscated and held securely for thirty days before being destroyed.
  • Consuming marijuana in public or offering it to people in public, as a gift or otherwise, is illegal under the law.

Nurse Daisy Award® Nomination

We are a proud partner with The Daisy Foundation and honor our nurses with The DAISY® Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Honorees are nominated by patients who show gratitude for the compassionate care nurses provide each and every day.

Nominate a nurse for The Daisy Award®