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Visitor Guidelines

COVID-19 Level of Community Transmission: LOW

Visiting hours are 9am-6pm. All visitors must be screened for illness and wear a mask while in the facility. Visitors must be 16 years old unless he/she is the sibling of a newborn. Overnight visitors must be rescreened daily. Masks are required at all times.

COVID-19 Patients

No visitors.

Adult Inpatient

Two visitors at a time. One support person may spend the night. Waiting area is closed.

Pediatric Inpatient

The patient’s mother and father are allowed to visit. One parent may stay overnight.

ICU/CCU

Two visitors at a time. Visiting hours are 10-10:30am, 2-2:30pm, 5-5:30pm. Waiting area is closed.

Birth Center

During Labor & Delivery: Two designated support people with no time restrictions.
After Delivery: Two visitors at a time during regular visiting hours. Siblings may accompany
the visitors. One support person may stay overnight. Waiting area is closed.
NICU: Mother and father may visit during regular visiting hours.

Outpatient Services

(ER, Surgery, Heart Cath Lab, GI Lab, Breast Center, Lab, Radiology, Cancer Center, Clinics, Rehabilitation, etc.)
One support person may accompany the patient in the waiting area and patient room.

End of Life

Two family members at a time, as scheduled by a staff member.

Clergy

Each ministerial visitor may enter the facility 1 time in a 24-hour period unless a change in the
patient’s status dictates the need for an additional visit. If visiting multiple patients, follow this
order: OB/L&D/Nursery, 4 East, Telemetry, 3 East, ICU/CVR. Limit each visit to 15 minutes.

Cafeteria

Cafeteria and coffee shop patrons must be screened and receive a café armband.

Vendors

Vendors must be screened and receive a vendor armband.
Plant and gift deliveries are accepted for non-COVID patients in all areas except ICU/CCU