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New Visitor Restrictions
Valley is currently restricting visitation. Family and friends are unable to visit patients except in certain situations, including:
- Hospice/End of Life
- Pediatric Care (parents only)
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (parents only)
- Ambulatory Care/Same Day Surgery*
- Maternity/Labor and Delivery (one visitor)**
- Emergency Department - no visitors except for:
Hospice/End of Life
Pediatric Care (one visitor at a time only)
* One family member is allowed for pediatric patients or patients with disabilities.
** Please see our Center for Childbirth page for a complete list of restrictions and guidelines for spouses/support partners.
Oncology appointments at the Luckow Pavilion: Patients are allowed to bring one family member to their first oncology consultation, as well as their first infusion appointment.
Phone and video calls to patients are welcomed and encouraged. Families who want to get in touch with loved ones who do not use cell phones may call the patient directory operator at 201-447-8400. This number is a direct line to an operator that will transfer callers to their loved one.
The Valley Hospital is a fully accredited, acute-care, not-for-profit hospital serving more than 440,000 people in 32 towns in Bergen County and adjoining communities.
Visit our Services directory to learn more about clinical programs and services at The Valley Hospital.
The Valley Hospital Fast Facts
Valley's current licensed capacity is 451 beds. In 2019:
- 48,664 individuals were admitted to Valley
- 70,420 people were treated in the Emergency Department
- 3,510 babies were born at Valley
Serving the Community
As a not-for-profit hospital, Valley is committed to giving back to the community. Valley serves the community by providing thousands of hours of healthcare education and screenings, support groups and classes to assist those in need, and care to all those who come through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay. The Valley Hospital is proud of its history of quality patient care and community service, and looks forward to serving you and your family in the future.