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Visitor Guidelines

Loved ones’ involvement in patient care leads to better outcomes. We are, however, obligated to also protect patients, visitors and our staff to exposure to infectious diseases, including influenza and COVID-19. To promote social distancing, we do encourage you to utilize Facetime, Zoom or Skype to virtually visit with our patients. To promote social distancing, we have implemented the following visitation guidelines.

All visitors will be required to wear a mask. Please bring one or one will be supplied to you.

Waiting rooms have been modified throughout the health system to accommodate social distancing standards and provide ample hand sanitizing stations throughout our hospitals and clinics. Visitors are asked to use these frequently — including before entering and leaving patient rooms, exam rooms and the facilities themselves — to stop the spread of infectious diseases like influenza and COVID-19.

No visitors under 16 allowed.

Beginning May 20, 2020, our visitor guidelines require:

Emergency Department

Patients may have a single visitor. Visitors must wear a mask and abide social distancing protocols.

General Inpatient/Acute Care Units

One adult visitor at a time may visit patients in patient/acute care units. Visitors must not have a fever, respiratory infection or any other suspected or confirmed symptoms of COVID-19. Exceptions will be discussed for compassionate and special cause reasons.

Labor and Delivery/Maternity

Patients may have one visitor.


Patients may have one visitor at a time.


Pediatric patients may have a single loved one with them for the duration of their hospital stay.

Surgical Services

Surgical patients may have one support person in the facility during their procedure.

Laboratory and Diagnostic Imaging

Laboratory and diagnostic imaging patients may have one support person with them during their test or procedure.


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