Effective Tuesday, March 16 at 8 a.m., current patients and patients coming in for an emergency department visit, hospitalization, or outpatient procedure will be permitted two visitors at a time.
Any additional visitors must wait outside the facility until their turn to visit the patient.
To maintain a safe and socially distanced environment, all inpatient rooms will be limited to two visitors at a time, even for rooms with more than one patient.
Visitation for office visits varies by provider. Please check the visitor policy with your individual provider prior to your office visit.
No visitation will be permitted for outpatient physical, occupational, or speech therapy.
No visitation will be permitted for outpatient testing, including noninvasive radiology testing, routine X-rays, and lab studies. Patients who require assistance due to mobility, reorienting/confusion, interpretation, court orders, or healthcare decision-making may have one assistance person.
No visitation will be allowed by anyone under the age of 18 unless they are the parent or legal guardian of a pediatric patient.
Those who are suspected to have COVID-19 or inpatients diagnosed with COVID-19 may identify one visitor to support them for the duration of their hospital stay. They may also have a representative designate a visitor on their behalf.
Visitation is limited to 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Visits must be scheduled and coordinated with hospital leadership.
What to expect as a visitor of a patient suspected to have or diagnosed with COVID-19:
All visitors to hospitals and select outpatient facilities or doctor's offices will be screened for symptoms and exposure.
All of our employees, whether or not they provide direct patient care, are screened before they are allowed to enter work each day. Our policy extends to employees, providers, vendors, and subcontractors.