Visitation policy effective June 20, 2022: Patients in the hospital are only allowed one visitor per day. Visitors can stay as long as they would like, but cannot return the same day if they leave. ER patients are not allowed visitors.

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**Visitation Policy Update 8-2-21

VISITATION POLICY

As part of our proactive measures to keep our patients, staff, and visitors safe as we respond to the spread of COVID-19, the new visitation policy will go into effect August 2, 2021, until further notice.

  • General Acute Care Inpatients: NO visitors. For an end-of-life situation visitation is limited to family only and must wear a mask at all times.
  • COVID-19 Suspect/Confirmed Patients: Patients may not have any visitors unless it is an end-of-life situation. For an end-of-life situation visitation is limited to family only and PPE must be worn appropriately, if not the visitor will be asked to leave the premises.
  • Outpatient: Adult outpatients NO visitors. Pediatric patients may have one parent/guardian 18 years of age or older with a mask worn at all times. Visitors not accompanying patients during procedures will be asked to wait outside the facility preferably in their care until the patient is ready for discharge.
  • Emergency Room: Adult patients NO visitors. Pediatric patients may have one adult visitor accompanying with a mask worn at all times.
  • Covid ED Suspected/Confirmed: patients will not be allowed visitors. For an end-of-life situation the patient may have 2 designated visitors. In the event that an ER patient is admitted, visitors must follow the policies above.
  • Cafeteria: The cafeteria is closed to the general public.
  • Medical Records: NO visitors
  • Business Office NO visitors

 

Visitors with special needs who need supervision may have ONE designated visitor at the bedside with department manager’s discretion. 

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