Visitor Center

Partnering with Our Community in Compassionate Care

If your loved one is unwell or injured, we know how much you want to be with them. Our Visitor Center at Lake Charles Memorial Health System is designed to accommodate visitors to our valued patients. Keep reading to learn more about the Lake Charles Memorial Visitor Center.

Flexibility for Visitors, Premium Service for Patients

Our goal at the Visitor Center is to prioritize flexibility in our visiting hours so that you can spend as much time as possible with your loved ones. At the same time, it is important to recognize that our accommodation of visitors must be balanced with quality healthcare services. We appreciate your continued cooperation as we strive to serve our patients with the utmost care and excellence.

Things to Keep in Mind When Planning Your Visit

When visiting a patient at Lake Charles Memorial:

  • Please visit the reception desk near the entrance of the hospital.
  • Let the attendant know which unit you will be visiting, and check to make sure that you are aware of all restrictions that might be associated with that unit.
  • From the hours of 9 pm to 6 am, please be advised that you will need to use the emergency entrance at the back of the Oak Park campus, as our regular entrances will be closed.

Visitor Guidelines

In the interests of our patients, we ask visitors to please observe the following guidelines:

  • Health - Do NOT visit the hospital if you are suffering from a cold, fever, flu, contagious illness, or sore throat.
  • Smoking - We maintain a strict "no smoking" policy inside the hospital. As of September 1, 2015, Lake Charles Memorial is a completely smoke and tobacco free campus.
  • Dress - We ask visitors to avoid inappropriate dress. This includes wearing shoes and shirts at all times.
  • Testing / treatments - Be advised that you may be asked to leave the patient's room if a test or treatment is taking place or if a nurse or doctor has to see the patient.
  • Noise - Please be respectful of neighboring patients by keeping noise levels down.

For more information or answers to remaining questions, please call our Lake Charles hospital directly.