We are excited to host the MidSouth Pharmacy Residents Conference at St. Jude!
The safety, health, and well-being of our patients is our top priority. For their sake, there are guidelines that MUST be followed while on our campus. Please see below.
- Access to Campus: St. Jude security requires that your name be placed on a "visitor registration" list prior to arrival. Upon receiving your registration, you will be placed on a security clearance list. You are also required to show a valid photo ID to gain access to our campus. If your name is not on this list or you do not have a valid photo ID, security will not allow entrance to our campus. Names will be sent to security prior to the conference. Therefore, we are unable to accept any registrations the day of the event.
- DO NOT TAKE ANY PHOTOGRAPHS OF OUR PATIENTS, FAMILIES OR STAFF.
- Visitors should avoid interacting with patients or their families to safeguard health and privacy.
- All guests must be accompanied by an ALSAC or St. Jude staff member with an ID badge at all times.
- Cell phone use is prohibited while driving on campus.
- St. Jude is a tobacco free campus. Smoking and the use of tobacco products while on campus is prohibited.
- All parking on campus is free.
- We offer free Wi-Fi to all visitors and guests. See the FAQ tab for instructions.
- Campus shuttle buses are available for patients, families and staff only.
INFECTION CONTROL GUIDELINES FOR HOSPITAL VISITORS
To protect the health and safety of patients, visitors are asked to follow these guidelines:
- Visitors must be 16 years of age or older to visit the hospital.
- Guests of all ages may visit the Danny Thomas/ALSAC Pavilion area located on the hospital campus. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Because many patients are vulnerable to infections as a result of treatment, visitors who are sick or who have been exposed to contagious illnesses must postpone and reschedule their visit. Guests experiencing a temperature of 100.4° or greater must plan to visit at a later date.
- If you or a member of your household had fever with cough, runny nose, and pink eyes, followed by a rash during the 3 weeks prior to the conference, or had contact with someone who might have measles within those last 3 weeks, your visit must be rescheduled.
- Visitors who 1) have a rash after recently receiving the chickenpox vaccine or 2) have received oral polio or smallpox vaccines within four weeks must plan to visit at a later date.