Updated Visitation Hours Effective Monday, July 13
To better serve our patients and families’ needs, we are adjusting the visitation hours.
What Has Changed:
Starting Monday, July 13, visitor hours will be 10:30 am to 6 pm.
What Hasn’t Changed:
One Visitor Daily for Inpatients
- Visitors will need to enter through the main hospital entrance to go through a screening that will include a temperature check.
- While only one person will be allowed per day, that designated person can change each day. The visitor cannot leave the patient room during the visit.
- Everyone entering our facility must wear a mask or face covering for the duration of their time in the hospital.
- If a patient is accepting a visitor, the patient must also wear a mask for the duration of the visit.
Please note: Any patients suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 cannot have in-person visitors. Alternative options for communications for these patients (i.e. Zoom) is available in order to keep families connected.
Day Surgery – One Visitor Allowed to Accompany Patient
At this time, due to space limitations in the waiting room, a single visitor may accompany the patient for the procedure and stay in the pre-op room until discharge. If the companion is unable to stay the entire time, they may leave, and we will bring the patient to the exit once recovery is complete for the driver to take them home.
No Visitors in the Emergency Department
We cannot allow visitors in the waiting room or in the treatment area of the Emergency Department as this is a higher risk area. The only exceptions are one parent or guardian for a minor or if the patient requires their help with communication with the care team.
No Visitors at Outpatient Offices with Limited Exceptions
Visitors are still not allowed to accompany patients at our outpatient offices with a few special exceptions:
- Pediatrics: One parent/guardian with the minor patient
- Obstetrics: One visitor with all ultrasounds
- One visitor with the patient in any practice if the patient needs assistance due to special needs
We believe family support is an important part of a patient’s well-being. We are doing all we can to best protect those in our care as well as all in our community. We appreciate your understanding and thank you for your continued support!