General Resources

Visitor Information

Temporary Visitor Restriction Policy

Effective 8/1/2020

Visitation restrictions: Effective August 1st, visitation restrictions are easing in some areas, but all visitors and patients must be masked and screened upon entrance. It is recommended visitors and patients also wear eye protection at all times while inside the building, but eye protection will not be provided.

  • Inpatient/ACC visitation: Hospitalized patients may now have two designated visitors who will be permitted to visit. Again, this must be a single individual chosen by the patient or designated healthcare representative.Visitation time: 9 a.m.-12:00 p.m. & 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

  • Hospital departments: Patients of any of our hospital departments including lab and radiology may have one designated visitor to accompany the patient.

  • Emergency Dept/Imaging/Surgery: Patients may have one designated visitor (no limiation on visiting hours)

  • Physician offices: Patients who have a physician office visit are now permitted to have one designated visitor with them to their appointment.

  • Maternity Care/OB: Patient may have one designated visitor (no limition on visiting hours).

  • Pediatric patients: Parents are permitted in Maternity Care or to accompany a pediatric patient.

  • Clergy/Priests: Priests and clergypersons are now permitted to visit patients upon request.

Beginning Tuesday, June 8, the main entrance of the Medical Center (door 2) will be open 6a-7p, Monday through Friday. Patients will need to utilize the Emergency Department entrance (door 1) outside of those hours.

People with any cold or flu-like symptoms will not be able to visit family and friends in the hospital, even if they meet the above exceptions. These restrictions are subject to change.