Scheduling & Visitor Restrictions
We have determined the timing is right to allow us to modify our policy to a Limited Visitation policy. This Limited Visitation policy will allow visitation between 4 pm – 6 pm every day to ensure you are able to see your loved ones.
We ask that you please be aware of the following regarding the Limited Visitation policy:
- Visitation is only between the hours of 4pm – 6 pm every day.
- Visitation is only allowed for non-COVID patients.
- Patients may have one designated visitor per day between the designated hours.
- isitors must be 18 years or older.
- All visitors are screened prior to entry. Any visitor with fever, symptoms of COVID-19 infection, recent exposure to COVID-19, positive test for COVID-19, or pending test results for COVID-19 will not be allowed into the hospital to visit.
- Visitors are required to wear a facemask that covers both their nose and mouth during the duration of their visit (bandanas are not permitted and any facemasks with an exhalation valve must be covered or replaced with an isolation mask).
- Visitors will be required to sanitize their hands and have their temperature taken prior to entry.
- Each visitor will be issued a designated visitor pass that is valid only for visitation between 4pm – 6pm. Visitation cannot occur before or after the designated time period.
- Visitors are to remain in patient’s room during the duration of the visit and should not be in common areas, including lobbies, hallways, chapel, or the cafeteria. Visitors must practice social distancing at all times.
- Any violations of this policy will result in the visitor being asked to leave the hospital.
- here will be no visitors allowed for COVID patients.
Additional exceptions exist for the following:
- Laboring & Post-Partum Patients
- Patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Pediatric patients requiring one parent/legal guardian
- Patients requiring end of life care
An exception to any limited visitation policy at the hospital is patients with disabilities who require support from family members or staff in order for them to effectively communicate with medical personnel or otherwise receive equal access to medical treatment.