Temporary Visitor Policy:

Help us protect patients, staff and you

During this challenging time of navigating the COVID-19 health crisis, we strongly encourage friends and families to communicate by phone or video chat. In-person visits are allowed for a parent or legal guardian of a pediatric patient, a support person for a laboring patient or a patient with a disability, and a visitor for an end of life patient (with restrictions for COVID end of life).

Pediatric /NICU

  • NICU are allowed two designated support persons at the same time

Labor & Delivery Mother Baby

  • One support person and visitor is allowed for a patient in labor or just delivered
  • A doula may also be present during labor and delivery

Patients at End-of-Life

  • COVID end-of-life patients may have one visitor present

Patients with Physical/Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and/or Cognitive Impairments

  • One support person is welcomed for these non-COVID and COVID patients

When an in-person visit is necessary, the following restrictions will apply:

  • Request for Proof
    • Proof of vaccination or current negative COVID test.
      • Without vaccination or testing documentation, we require N95 mask to be worn*.
      • With proof, a surgical mask is required to be worn.

*Proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test may not be required for support persons of critical and/or end-of-life patients.

 

  • Mask
    • Everyone is required to wear an N95 or surgical mask, based on requirements.
  • Screenings
    • All visitors are screened.

Privacy Issues

Due to patient privacy regulations, our staff cannot release  information about your condition to your family or friends without your permission. When you are admitted, a staff member will write your personal access code on a blue card for you. Share this access code with those you wish to receive information about your condition while you are in the hospital.

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