visitation

COVID-19 UPDATE - TO ENSURE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF PATIENT AND STAFF SAFETY DURING THE OUTBREAK, WE WILL BE TEMPORARILY CHANGING OUR VISITATION POLICY

Visitation update - Effective May 1, 2020

  • Visitors must have a mask/face covering to enter the facility
  • Inpatient surgery – all visitation is suspended, with exception for end-of-life patients 
  • Outpatient surgery – one (1) visitor only for patients 17 and under OR patients with special needs
  • Outpatient services – one (1) visitor only for patients 17 and under OR patients with special needs
  • Pediatric patients – one (1) visitor only for patients 17 and under
  • Patients in isolation are not permitted visitors
  • Members of the Clergy - permitted to visit patients who request

PLEASE NOTE: NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 12 ARE PERMITTED AS VISITORS AT ANY TIME.

ALL PATIENTS, VISITORS AND STAFF WILL HAVE TEMPERATURES TAKEN/CHECKED AND WILL BE ASKED SEVERAL SCREENING QUESTIONS BEFORE ENTERING.

ANYONE ENTERING THE HOSPITAL SHOULD WEAR A MASK.

If you are experiencing a FEVER, NEW COUGH and/or SHORTNESS OF BREATH and other FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS, for your safety and that of our patients, YOU WILL BE ADVISED ON WHAT TO DO BASED ON THE SEVERITY OF YOUR SYMPTOMS AND MAY NOT BE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE BUILDING.  

ENTRANCE HOURS

TIMES THAT OUR HOSPITAL ENTRANCE DOORS REMAIN OPEN FOR PUBLIC ACCESS HAVE CHANGED. PLEASE CONSULT OUR MAP HERE FOR IDENTIFICATION OF ENTRANCES AND THE NEW HOURS BELOW. 

  • Entrance 2 – Main Lobby – Open M-F, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
  • Entrance 3 – Easy Street – Closed 

  • Entrance to Professional Building – Closed 

  • Entrance 5 – Outpatient Registration – Open M-F, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

  • Entrance 1 – Suites 1100 and 1200 – Closed 

  • Entrance 4 – Emergency Department – Open 24 hours/7 days (Staff must enter at ED after hours and on weekends)


Thank you for your continued cooperation.