Visitor Information 

Family and friends brighten the day and can help speed a recovery. During a hospitalization at Atlanta Medical Center, our goal is to provide an environment that promotes healing and provides a positive experience.

Cheer Cards
You don’t have to visit a family member or friend to bring them a little cheer. Now you can brighten their day by sending a free Cheer Card. More ..
Virtual Nursery Baby Photos
Meet our newest arrivals. You can view photos of our newborn babies, send a message to the family and shop for baby gifts. More ..
Online Gift Shop
Finding just the right gift is so simple? Search by price or occasion (or both) and you always get a great selection. More ..
Patient & Visitor Housing

Based on availability, we offer limited stays for families who are from out of town in the Mary Ann Manley House. These area hotels offer special rates for families of Atlanta Medical Center patients. More ..

Mary Ann Manley House
Imagine having a family member who's rushed to the hospital. Then, imagine he has to stay in the hospital for an extended period of time. The last thing you need to worry about now is where to stay. More ..

Visitor Guidelines

In order to accommodate our patients, the following guidelines should be followed:

  • All hospital doors remain open until 8:30 p.m. The Emergency Department doors are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • In general, visiting hours are from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. Visiting hours vary by floor. Some units, such as intensive care units, may have limited visiting times. Supervised, well-behaved children may visit patients, however, children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the intensive care units.
  • We encourage family visits, but please take small children by the hand for their safety. To prevent transmitting germs, children should never be allowed to sit or lie down on the floor. Children who can walk should wear shoes while on hospital property.
  • Certain patient care areas such as rehabilitation and psychiatric units limit visitation. Special visiting hours are maintained on these units. Please ask the nurse for visiting hours and policies for these areas.
  • For the rest and welfare of our patients, televisions must be kept at a low volume. Please comply with requests to turn off televisions to allow a patient to sleep. Nursing personnel also may ask that televisions are turned off at 11 p.m.
  • We understand that some of our patients have special likes and dislikes regarding food. However, you will need permission from the patient’s physician to bring food into the hospital for a patient. Visitors may take their meals in the patient room, but please discard all items including wrappers, leftovers, cups, plates, etc. and remove them from the room.
  • All visitors should behave in a responsible, polite and courteous manner. Any visitor who exhibits threatening behavior or uses abusive or profane language will be asked to leave the hospital.
  • We strive to provide all patients and visitors with a clean environment. To help our Environmental Services personnel and to keep the patient's room as sanitary as possible, visitors may be asked to leave the room so that it can be cleaned. We realize that this may be an inconvenience; however, visitors may want to enjoy our cafeteria or tour the grounds at this time.

You or your representative has the right to consent to receive visitors whom you designate including, but not limited to, a spouse, a domestic partner (including a same-sex domestic partner), another family member, or a friend, and your right to withdraw or deny such consent at any time. To know the health facility is not permitted to restrict, limit, or otherwise deny visitation privileges on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or disability. To be ensured that all visitors enjoy full and equal visitations privileges consistent with patient preferences."