Temporary Visitor Restrictions
Visitors must follow all precautions and comply with screening requirements. Upon entry to the hospital, you will be greeted by an associate and provided with a temperature check and a screening questionnaire. Visitors with signs and symptoms of illness will not be permitted to visit. Symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. After the screening process, you will be given a new surgical mask and asked to use hand sanitizer prior to entry.
- Visitation is limited to one visitor per patient per day. Visitation is for non COVID patients only.
- Visitors are expected to wear a mask at all times, maintain social distancing while visiting, and practice hand hygiene.
- Please use only the elevators at the end of the lobby hallway to access the nursing units. Go directly to the patient’s room and only visit your patient. Please inform the nurse when you are leaving the unit.
- Visitors are not allowed anywhere else in the hospital including the cafeteria.
- Visiting hours are 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
- Clergy – are in addition to one visitor per patient per day.
- Patient’s with a disability are allowed to have one designated support person with physician approval.
Emergency Room Visitors
- One visitor is allowed per patient while in the ER. No other visitors are allowed to wait in the ER waiting room.
- COVID positive patients or patients presenting with COVID symptoms are not allowed to have visitors.
- End of life visitation will be at the discretion of the ER Physician.
- ER visitors are restricted to only the ER and are not allowed to visit anywhere else in the hospital including the cafeteria.
All patients having surgery can have one support person with them while they are here as an outpatient. Children can have two patients or guardians accompany them. As surgical visitors, you can wait in the surgical waiting area or wait outside of the building while your patient is in surgery. Visitors are not allowed anywhere else in the hospital including the cafeteria. If you choose to wait outside of the surgical waiting area, please provide the outpatient nurse your contact information so that we may call you prior to patient discharge.
Outpatient Testing Visitors
Visitors are not allowed with patients receiving outpatient care unless a support person is deemed essential for the emotional well-being of the patient.
Patents / Guardians of Children/ Visitors Deemed Essential by the Physician for Emotional Well-being of the Patient
For patients that are under 18 years of age, 2 parents/guardians are always allowed. Overnight visitors are also allowed if the physician determines it is necessary for the emotional well-being of the patient. These visitor’s meal trays will be delivered at the same time of patient trays.