Our hospital's current visitor information

Immediate family members are invited to stay with their loved one as desired. Most nursing units permit other visitors throughout the day, but some units may have restrictions for patient safety. To stay informed on the most up-to-date policies, please check with the nurse's desk in each unit for specific times.

Visitor restrictions

Unless they are a patient, no one under the age of 12 is allowed to enter the facility. Patients, visitors and staff must wear a mask at all times. Please refrain from gathering in common areas around the facility. If you have a fever, diarrhea, achiness, sore throat, runny nose or cough, please stay home until your illness has subsided, unless you have a medical appointment, are having a procedure or are in need of emergency care.

Given current restrictions, to ensure the safety of our patients, visitors, physicians and colleagues, we have implemented the following visitor regulations as of March 23, 2022.

  • Labor and delivery and mom/baby units
    • No more than two visitors per patient allowed at one time
    • Visitors are limited to a birth partner and a family member only
  • Neonatal intensive care units (NICU)
    • No visitors under the age of 14
    • Only three visitors allowed at bedside at one time
    • Parents may choose a maximum of four visitors who are allowed to visit
  • Pediatric bone marrow transplant unit
    • No visitors under the age of 14
    • Only three visitors allowed at bedside at one time
  • Pediatric intensive care unit (PICU)
    • Only three visitors allowed at bedside at one time
    • Only two parents/designated caregivers can visit a patient after 9:00pm
    • No one under the age of 18 can stay overnight
  • Pediatric surgical/procedural services
    • No visitors under the age of 14
    • Only two visitors allowed per patient
    • Only adults over the age of 18 can visit in the recovery area

Our providers and staff reserve the right to further limit visitors as needed to maintain the safety of our patients, though circumstances may allow for specific exceptions. These exceptions must be approved by a hospital representative, and all persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols. We appreciate your patience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke's is proud to offer free parking on the entire campus. This includes all surface parking lots and parking garages, such as Professional Plaza West and Professional Plaza East. If you need help getting around our campus, you may download this guide for driving directions and a campus map.

COVID-19 policies

We encourage our staff, patients and visitors to get vaccinated from COVID-19. To learn more about where and when you can get a COVID-19 vaccine, please visit vaccines.gov or call 1(800) 232-0233.

See the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) resource page for extensive information and the latest recommendations regarding COVID-19 vaccination.

Why get vaccinated?

Immunization helps save millions of lives every year. Whereas most medicines treat or cure diseases, vaccines can help prevent them by working with your body's natural defenses to build protection. When you receive a vaccine, your immune system responds.

Vaccines prevent more than 20 life-threatening diseases, and help people of all ages live longer, healthier lives. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that globally, immunization currently prevents between two and three million deaths every year from diseases like diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, influenza and measles.

COVID-19 vaccines work with your immune system so your body will be ready to fight the virus if you are exposed. Other steps, like covering your mouth and nose with a mask and staying at least six feet away from others, may help reduce your chance of being exposed to the virus or spreading it to others. Together, vaccination, while following the CDC's recommendations for protecting yourself and others, will offer the best protection from COVID-19.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.