We are pleased to welcome visitors back to our hospitals in a limited capacity. This is an exciting time for our patients to see loved ones. Visitors bring joy and may aid in the recovery process. We have put processes in place to protect the health and safety for all patients, visitors and team members. Screening and masking are required before entering the facility. Find more specifics below.
When you visit the hospital:
All visitors are required to comply with our screening checkpoint procedures. If you are unable to comply, you will not be permitted an in-person visit in the hospital.
One visitor per patient will be allowed in the hospital setting with the following guidance:
Visitation remains restricted with the following exceptions that may apply:
For patients having surgery or a procedure, one visitor may be permitted to remain in the waiting area. They can also wait in their vehicle or remain within a 30-minute drive. Visitors can obtain to-go food at the cafeteria, and they may use the restroom if needed. Visitors who leave will be called 30 minutes before the procedure ends to be able to come back into the facility to be updated and receive discharge instructions.
Outpatient clinics and departments — including imaging, diagnostic testing, infusion center and rehabilitation — continue to restrict visitation. In rare cases, a caregiver or visitor may be allowed with patients if they are essential to patient care. These decisions will be made by the care team.
Exceptions to this policy: