Only one visitor is allowed at a time (some restrictions may apply at the discretion of the provider)
Face masks covering the nose and mouth are required at all times.
Hand hygiene and safe social distancing practices are encouraged
All visitors, including those accompanying admitted patients, must show proof of vaccination or negative test within 96-hours
Patients admitted through the Emergency Department are allowed one accompanying person. The accompanying person may assist in the admission process only. The designated visitor may accompany the patient to the Operating Room during an emergency. The accompanying person is not allowed to remain in the Operating Room during the procedure.
Patients scheduled for surgical procedures are allowed one accompanying person. The accompanying person is not allowed to remain in the Operating Room during the procedure.
Birthing mothers are allowed one accompanying person to remain in the room.
Pediatric COVID-19 positive patients are allowed one accompanying parent or guardian to remain in the room for the entire admission.
Adult COVID-19 positive patient visitation is only allowed in extenuating circumstances and approval of the Clinical Team.
Outpatient and in-patient hemodialysis has a strict no visitation policy within the dialysis unit at all times.
We also encourage family and friends to remain connected to their loved ones through virtual means, including Skype, Facetime, WhatsApp, Messenger, and/ or phone.