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Medical/Surgical Unit

The Medical/Surgical Unit at Bartlett Regional Hospital provides quality care to patients who are acutely ill or in varying stages of recuperation from surgical and diagnostic interventions. We provide care for patients in all stages of life, from newborns through those needing end-of-life care. We treat patients from all areas of Southeast Alaska as well as the lower 48 and other countries, especially during the summer months.

The Medical/Surgical Unit at Bartlett Regional Hospital provides quality care to patients who are acutely ill or in varying stages of recuperation from surgical and diagnostic interventions. We provide care for patients in all stages of life, from newborns through those needing end-of-life care. We treat patients from all areas of Southeast Alaska as well as the lower 48 and other countries, especially during the summer months.

All rooms in the unit are private. Patients have their own phone, television, and private bathroom with a shower. To respect the privacy and confidentiality of all our patients, we cannot provide information over the phone without direct permission from the patient or family member of a child.

COVID-19 Visitor Policy

Each patient will be allowed two (2) designated visitors during their course of stay. These visitors would be expected to be a spouse, caregiver or family that resides with the patient in their home or a close contact with the patient. Only one visitor per patient per day will be allowed. The designated visitors and patient may determine who visits each day.

Exceptions will be considered on a case-to-case basis; please see Covid-19 Visitor Policy under the Patients & Visitors tab on our homepage, or call 907-796-8900. One parent, or a designated adult, is allowed to room-in while a child is hospitalized. Parents may visit anytime. Visitors under 16 are currently not allowed.

COVID-19 positive patients in isolation will not be allowed visitors during their infectious period.