Information for visitors
General visiting hours are between 14.00 and 20.00 daily.
Visiting hours for the paediatric ward are between 10.00 and 12.00, and 15.00 and 19.00 daily.
You certainly understand that visits beyond the visiting hours must remain an exception to the rule. Visitors must check with a doctor before entering a patient's room in intensive care units.
In order to make our patients' stay as comfortable as possible, there are certain rules of the house which should be obeyed in the interest of everybody. The rules of the house are available on any ward.
Some basics ex ante:
Please keep in mind that there are a lot of bedridden patients in our hospital who cannot get up and are in need of quietude. You should therefore respect the common rest periods and avoid loud music or conversations in patients' rooms and on corridors.
Please keep in mind that smoking is not permitted anywhere in our hospital, except for the smokers' room on the ground floor.
A hospital is definitely not the right place for drinking alcohol. Please keep in mind, also in the interest of your inpatient relatives or friends, that medicaments and alcohol do not go together. The ill body is particularly sensitive to alcohol. Furthermore, it might hamper the healing process.
For hygienic reasons animals cannot be permitted in the hospital, the sole exception being guide dogs.
Our cafeteria offers coffee, cake as well as other things for your daily needs.
Opening hours are:
Mon. to Fri. from 9.00 to 18.00,
Sat. and Sun. from 14.00 to 17.00.
The series of exhibitions entitled "art in the hospital" offers native artists an interesting possibility for the presentation of their works. Quite often the spectator has to overcome a certain fear of entering a gallery – this is not the case here. For many of our not bedridden patients it is a welcome diversion to view the exhibited works in our entrance hall. The respective exhibitions are organised by the "Förderverein bildende Kunst der Stadt Limburg" (which is the city's association for the furthering of art) or the hospital itself. The exhibitions include graphic art, etchings and lithography, watercolours, pictures in oil and acrylics, batik printings, silk paintings as well as wooden, cast-bronze or steel sculptures, glass paintings or icons.