In our continuing effort to provide quality care, PSH has adopted a flexible visitation policy
throughout the facility. We welcome your families, friends, and loved ones to visit you during
your stay in the hospital. However, for the safety reason, access to the hospital may also be
limited during certain hours. Please kindly ask your visitors to observe and adhere to the
following visiting hours and regulations:
General & Maternity Ward : 9.00 am – 9.00 pm
Intensive/ Coronary Care Unit :
Children under 12 years old are discouraged to visit patients. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For ICU/ CCU no visitor under age of 12 is allowed and only 2 visitors at any one time.
No visitors allowed after 9:30 pm except for critically ill patients. We encourage visitors to be mindful of patient's need for proper rest. Security personnel and nursing staff members may restrict visiting hours at any time when it is deemed necessary to preserve the welfare of any patient. This is necessary to guarantee that our patients get uninterrupted rest
As one of our infection control measures, we do not encourage family members staying overnight with patient unless patient is very ill. Immediate family members who wish to stay overnight may request for a lodger bed to be placed in the patient's room. However, this facility is available only in Single Rooms and is chargeable upon request. Please inquire the staff nurse on duty should you need assistance.
Each patient room is equipped with a television. If you encounter problem with the television, please contact our Public Relation Service at ext. 142.
A choice of one complimentary newspaper is provided to all single room occupants.
This facility is only available in single rooms. To call for internal services, please refer
to the hospital telephone directory for extension numbers or press "0" for operator's
assistance. To make external calls, please press "0" for operator's assistance. Charges
for your external calls will be reflected in your hospital bill.
Hand (Mobile) phones are not permitted within the hospital premises as they may interfere with the high frequency electronic equipment used.