Visitors for Outpatient, Ambulatory, Emergency Department, Hospitalized Patients, and Premier Physician Network Office Patients

Thank you for your assistance and understanding in keeping everyone safe!

Effective immediately, visitor restrictions will be adjusted to accommodate our patients and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

  • Hospitalized patients will be permitted two (2) support persons/visitors per day, in non-COVID patient rooms.
  • Patients in the emergency room may be accompanied by one (1) support person/visitor at a time.
  • No visitation will be permitted by anyone under the age of 12.
  • No visitation will be permitted for outpatient testing, such as non-invasive radiology testing, routine X-rays, and lab studies unless the patient requires mobility, language, cognitive, or other assistance.
  • Minor patients (under 18 years of age) may have two (2) support persons/visitors in the emergency department and inpatient setting, but this is limited to only parents or guardians.
  • Patients presenting for office visits will be permitted one (1) support person/visitor for the duration of the visit. If necessary, a patient may bring an additional caretaker to provide needed mobility, language, cognitive, or other assistance.
  • Visitation for confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases:
    • Patients will be permitted one (1) visitor per day.
    • Visitation should be limited to one hour. 
    • Visitors must remain in the room or depart the facility upon the conclusion of the visit.
    • Additional visitation adjustments may be required based on clinical situation.

Screening and Mask Guidelines

All visitors are required to wear a mask.

  • No COVID-19 positive persons or symptomatic individuals awaiting test results will be permitted to visit patients.
  • All visitors will be screened for symptoms or exposure history.
  • Visitors will be asked to leave the facility if they have respiratory symptoms of unknown origin or exposure to anyone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
  • Visitors that refuse a COVID-19 screening will be prohibited from visiting to protect all patients and staff.
  • Employees, staff, patients, and visitors must wash their hands, and/or use hand sanitizer, before and after leaving rooms and hospital buildings.
  • Visitors should wear a mask in all areas of the hospital/facility including private patient rooms to help protect patients others.
  • Patients and visitors may provide and wear their own mask or will be required to accept and wear the mask provided by the hospital facility.
  • Masks or facial coverings must fully cover the nose and mouth.
  • If a visitor refuses to wear a mask, the visitor may be asked to leave the facility.
  • Visitors not in patient rooms, will be asked to not gather in any public area inside the facility.