Important Update

Effective September 17, hospital visitors are no longer required to show proof of either COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test. View the latest state order for more information.

Updated: September 16, 2022 — Please check back often as information may change quickly.

Visitor restrictions may change as the COVID-19 pandemic develops. If you're unsure of a certain location's visitor policy, please contact the facility before visiting. View contact info for all locations.

Visitation is at the discretion of the charge nurse. Exceptions may be escalated to the Chief of Staff.

Adult Hospitals

Adult hospitals include the Medical Center, East Campus, and Surgical Hospital.

Visitor Restrictions

Masks are still required for all visitors (vaccinated or not) in our facilities. We are limiting visitation in our adult hospitals with the following restrictions:

  • Patients without COVID-19 may have two visitors at a time.
  • Patients with COVID-19 may have two visitors per day.
  • Patients may have one person accompany them for surgery or outpatient appointments.

Although the decision to limit visitors is difficult, the safety of our employees and patients remains our top priority. We will make every effort to connect patients with their family/caregiver virtually when possible. Humanitarian exception requests will be routed through clinical leadership.

Labor & Delivery: Patients may have one support person present. View details

Outpatient Clinics

Visitor restrictions

One adult visitor may accompany a patient for outpatient testing, surgery, or physician office visits. No children are permitted to visit the outpatient clinics unless the child is the patient.

  • Visitors are allowed for patients who need help getting around or communicating with their provider.
  • One parent is allowed during a child's appointment.

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