COVID-19 Visitor Policy

Visitor Guidelines

As we continue to navigate COVID-19, the care and safety of our patients, visitors and team members remains our highest priority. Please note, visitor guidelines may be updated as conditions change. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

  • Visitor hours will be from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m, and generally limited to two visitors at a time.
  • All visitors will be screened for flu-like symptoms.
  • Visitors are asked not to visit if they have had a temperature or if they are not feeling well.
  • Visitors MUST wear a surgical-type mask.  A mask will be provided if you do not have one. Cloth masks are not permitted. Additionally, masks with valves, bandanas, scarves, and gaiters are not permitted.
  • Visitors must follow all guidelines and behave in a respectful manner. Those who do not may be asked to leave.
  • No visitors age 12 and under are allowed.
  • Visitors for COVID/PUI patients must wear N95 of KN95 masks and have quick seal checks done for fit. Additionally, visitors must have face shields, gowns and gloves. Visitors are not permitted to visit during an aerosolized treatment, or for 60 minutes following that treatment. When possible, the patients should also wear a mask during visitation.
  • Conditions in our facilities during this COVID surge may change, and we may alter the visitation policies related to individual patients or patient care units at any time.

All visitors will be asked to continue social distancing practices in all areas (including waiting rooms).

Specialty units at some hospitals (such as emergency department, pediatrics, OB, NICU, etc.) may have different visitor policies. Please click the links below for more information:

Please note: Levindale has slightly different visiting hours and PPE guidelines. Their visiting hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and all visitors must wear a mask and eye protection. A mask and shield will be provided if visitors do not have them.

Thank you for your help in ensuring these guidelines are met, and we are protecting our patients and each other.

These guidelines were updated February 16, 2022.

Learn more about our COVID-19 response plans and other updates: