Our hospital's current visitor information
We have adopted different visitor limitation guides for both COVID patients and non-COVID patients.
If you are visiting a COVID-positive patient in our hospital, you must adhere to the following guidelines. Any exceptions outside of these guidelines will need to be approved by the on-call administrator.
- If have not had COVID-19, or the vaccine series, you may not visit COVID patients at this time. You must have proven recovery from COVID-19 within the last 90 days or proof of vaccine series completion at least 14 days prior.
- Patients admitted with COVID-19 who are 18 years old or older may have a total of one designated visitor at a time.
- A designated visitor cannot switch out with others and is allowed to visit once per day, wearing specific personal protective equipment (PPE).
- For patients at end of life, up to four total designated visitors can be allowed in the facility at a time. However, the number of visitors in the room at one time will vary depending on the location. Regardless of location, if you are visiting an end-of-life patient, you must wear specific PPE.
Just as when visiting COVID-positive patients, when visiting non-COVID patients, masks are required to be worn at all times. Additional guidelines include:
- Two visitors at a time are allowed per patient.
- No visitors may be under 18 years old.
- Visitors should follow the passive screening questions prior to entering the building.
- Visiting hours are available from 6:00am to 8:00pm.
Exceptions to these guidelines require administrative approval, including end-of-life situations, emotional well-being concerns and patient conditions that require additional family assistance.