Visitor Information

Whatever your reason for visiting CHI St. Joseph Health, you’ll find a welcoming environment full of compassionate, caring people.

CHI St. Joseph Health doctors, nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals are devoted to their patients, and know that caring for patients includes having consideration, compassion and a spirit of service toward their family and friends, too.

Rest assured, we’ll do everything we can to care for you and your family.

Our patient-friendly visitation policy.

Our highest responsibility is to our patients, and our visitation policies have been created with them in mind. 

Come visit, for a time. We’ve established visiting hours that give our patients the time they need to rest and recover, but give you a chance to stop in and see how they’re doing. Normal visiting hours are: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.

Want to stay the night? While overnight guests are permitted in some cases, please check with the nurses' station in care of the patient you’re visiting for specific regulations and restrictions. Doctor’s orders may also be a consideration.

Quiet, please. To promote a comfortable, healing environment for our patients and visitors, we ask for your cooperation in keeping noise to a minimum. When walking the hallways, please keep voices low as you pass open patient room doors.

If you’d like to ship or mail something to a CHI St. Joseph Health patient, here’s how:

CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Information Desk, Patient Name
2801 Franciscan Dr.
Bryan, TX 77802

Your guide to CHI St. Joseph Regional Health Center.

CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital’s Guest Information Guide contains maps and a directory of information with everything from patient services to family and guest services, billing to safety and security, and privacy to patient rights and responsibilities.

Please always feel welcome to ask the doctors, nurses and other members of your clinical team any question you might have.

Bryan/College Station Visitor Guide

Nearby hotel accomodations (PDF)