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CHOC Children’s Main Campus – Orange

CHOC families and visitors check in at the Bill Holmes Tower entrance located on Pepper Street (near the intersection of Pepper and La Veta). Follow the signs to reach our front entrance.

Caution: Construction on La Veta Avenue Begins Jan. 15, 2018.

CHOC Children’s Hospital
1201 W. La Veta Ave.
Orange, CA 92868

Main Number: 714-997-3000

Construction on La Veta Avenue Begins Jan. 15, 2018

Beginning January 15, La Veta Avenue, from Main Street to the I-5 overpass, will be under construction for approximately seven days. Work will take place Monday – Saturday (1/20), 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Schedule may change due to inclement weather or material supply issues.)

Traffic impact: One traffic lane will remain open in each direction. There may be intermittent traffic delays and occasional limited access to business and homes along the construction route. The city of Orange is doing everything possible to mitigate the impact of this project.

If you have questions, please contact city’s engineering division at 714-744-5525.

Limited Visitors Jan. 8, 2018 – April 2, 2018

Due to an increase of respiratory viruses, and for the safety of our patients, families and staff, CHOC Children’s Hospital will be limiting visitors from Jan. 8 to April 2 (these dates may change due to early or late circulation of virus).

Please note:

  • Three individuals (two parents/guardians and an additional individual, which can include a sibling 12 years and older) who are well will be permitted to visit during this time.
  • For extended hospitalizations, parents (or patients 18 and older) may complete a visitor form listing up to four individuals who may visit. This form will be provided by your inpatient nurse, who will assist you in completing it.
  • The use of masks, gowns and gloves will be enforced as appropriate. Proper hand hygiene is necessary each time you enter and exit the patient’s room.
  • Patients in isolation and their parents/guardians will not be allowed to visit the playrooms or other patient rooms. Child life specialists have activities that can be brought to the isolation rooms.
  • When the patient is visiting public areas in the hospital (given approval from the patient’s physician), please remember to use good hand hygiene and stay 3 feet away from others.

We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause. If you have any questions, please speak to your CHOC nurse or physician.

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