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Updated Visitation Guidelines Effective June 21

Date: 06/21/2023

Our Visitation guidelines have been updated as of June 21, 2023. In most areas, there are no Visitation restrictions on hours or number of visitors. However, there are exceptions for those situations when Visitation may interfere with patient care and safety. Please learn more about specific areas below. Thank you.

Please visit another time if you’re not feeling well
We kindly ask all visitors to refrain from visiting if they have any symptoms of illness as this puts patients and staff at risk. Patients suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 cannot have in-person visitors unless approved by Nursing leadership. 

Masks are optional except for patients, staff, and visitors who are experiencing:
  • signs of respiratory illness (with or without fever) such as congestion, cough, runny nose, and sore throat
  • been diagnosed with respiratory illness (COVID-19, flu, etc.)
  • had a known exposure to COVID-19 (within 10 days)

If you choose to wear a mask, you may bring your own if you choose. However, in areas where masks are required and for those who have screened positive for illness, we will ask you to wear a mask provided by our facility. The masks we provide have been selected based on specific criteria to meet infection prevention standards.

Department Visitation Guidelines 

Acute Care Unit
No limit on number of visitors. 

Birthing Center
No limit on number of visitors. 

Day Surgery
No limit on number of visitors. 

Emergency Department
Two (2) visitors are permitted to accompany the patient in the Emergency department. Exceptions may be made for care plan discussions as arranged with the care team or for end-of-life situations.

Outpatient Medical Practices/Offices/Procedure areas
No limit on number of visitors.                              

Thank you.