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Patients should bring an updated medication list to the hospital as well as the contact information for their outpatient doctors and therapists. Many patients wish to bring personal belongings with them to the hospital. We recommend bringing a set or two of comfortable clothes. Basic toiletries are provided. 

We advise patients to keep valuables and money at home as the hospital will not assume liability for misplaced or stolen items. 

Please note that all belongings brought to the hospital will be carefully searched for items that pose a safety risk. You may bring permitted items to the facility in a suitcase or duffel bag, but your luggage will be securely stored during your stay.

Prohibited Items

This list is subject to change at any time. A current list of prohibited items is posted at the Canyon View facility entrance.  

Any item with alcohol listed as a primary active ingredient
Aerosols
Alcohol
Backpacks
Briefcases/plastic caboodles
Balloons
Belts
Blankets
Boom boxes or other large radios (even with batteries)
Boots
Bra with underwire
Cameras
Cash
CDs/DVDs
CD players
Cell phones
Checkbooks
Cigarettes/chewing tobacco (any tobacco)
Coats
Coat hangers
Credit cards
Curling irons
Drugs (over-the-counter, prescription, illegal)
Electric razors (cordless charged razors are allowed)
Eyelash curlers
Finger nail polish and remover
Flowers/plants
Food/beverages (brought in from the outside)
Glass (any including make-up items, perfumes, compacts with mirror)
Glue
Hair dryers
Hair straighteners
Hats, bandanas, headbands
Homemade weapons
I.D. card
Insurance cards
iPods, MP3 players, or any other digital devices capable of recording or transmitting audio or visual information
Jewelry (only plain band wedding rings are allowed)
Keys
Knitting needles, crochet hooks, yarn
Knives
Lighters/matches
Markers (can have non-toxic)
Metal hairbrushes or accessories (bobby pins, barrettes, hair bands with metal)
Mirrors
Nail clippers/files (nursing staff will allow patients to use our clippers at the nurse’s station)
Needles (sewing and for syringes)
No clothing with ties/strings (hoodies, sweatpants)
Personal appliances that need to be plugged in (CPAP, SVN, oxygen concentrators may be used once inspected by engineering)
Pencil sharpeners
Pencils with metal eraser holders
Picture frames and albums
Pillows
Pins (safety pins, straight pins)
Plastic bags
Purses/handbags
Razor blades
Scarves
Scissors
Shirts with spaghetti straps, sleeveless shirts, shirts with inappropriate sayings/pictures
Shoe laces
Stuffed animals
Suitcases
Sunglasses
Toxic liquids
Tweezers (nursing staff will allow patients to use our tweezers at the nurse’s station)
Weapons (firearms, knives, etc.)