No visitors allowed in our inpatient units, except for:

 
 
  • Women and Infants Center patients: One support person.
  • Pediatric inpatients under the age of 18: Two parents or guardians present.
  • All patients nearing end-of-life: Special arrangements will be made on a case-by-case basis.
  • Patients with intellectual and/or developmental disability or cognitive impairments: One support person.
  • Emergency department adult patients: One approved support person with the patient for their duration in the emergency department. If the adult patient becomes admitted, inpatient restrictions would apply, and no visitors will be allowed. COVID-19 positives or persons under investigation (PUI) would not have visitors unless special circumstances are necessary.
  • Emergency department pediatric patients: Two parents or guardians present for their duration in the emergency department.
  • Outpatient appointments and/or procedures, including pediatric patients: One approved adult support person may be with the patient for the duration of their procedure or clinical visit. If the patient becomes admitted, inpatient restrictions would apply, and no visitors will be allowed.

Children under 16 are not permitted to visit, unless they are the parent of a child receiving care. We will continue to review and modify visitor policies as the COVID-19 situation evolves and infection prevention guidance from federal and state public health agencies is updated.

Intensive Care

 

10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily (depending on patient's condition) Immediate family members may be with the patient any time during visiting hours, depending on the patient's condition. Children of the patient may also visit for a short time if accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the ICU to protect the child from being exposed to illnesses and disease.

Critically ill patients are allowed two visitors for 10 minutes every two hours.