Visitor Welcome Video
Loved ones are welcome again.
It’s been a hard year. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our community has faced a number of new challenges as we have worked to protect each other’s health and well-being. Perhaps one of the biggest of those challenges has been separation from others – whether that means forgoing in-person gatherings, grabbing coffee with a friend or visiting a loved one who is receiving care at the hospital.
As we come closer than ever to putting the pandemic behind us, we are pleased to announce that our visitation restrictions are relaxing, and loved ones are welcome again. We know that it has been difficult to be apart from family and friends who are receiving care, and we want to thank you for your patience and understanding while restrictions were in place to protect the health of our patients and staff.
We are so pleased to welcome our patients’ loved ones back to the hospital to visit. Our updated visitor policy can be found below.
It’s been a hard year. Let’s make the next one better…together.
Visitor Policy Update!
Visiting hours are from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Patients in ER, outpatient procedures, and those under the age of 16 are permitted to have one companion with them if as long as approved by healthcare staff. To help keep everyone informed about the patient’s status and planned care, we ask that the patient’s one visitor be the communicator for the rest of the family and friends.
Visitors must enter through the main lobby or ER entrance. Visitors must acknowledge their temperature, any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, and if they have had any exposure to COVID-19. If a visitor does not meet the screening criteria, they will be asked to leave and not return until meeting screening criteria.
Masks must be worn at all times while in the facility. Please bring a mask or cloth face covering with you when you come to visit.
Upon entry, please use hand sanitize on your hands and continue to clean your hands frequently while visiting the facility.
Visitors should remain in the patient's room as much as possible while they are in the facility.
Visitors are not permitted for patients who are suspected to have or are confirmed to be positive for COVID-19.