Updated: May 25, 2021 — Please check back often as information may change quickly.
Visitor restrictions help us keep you, your loved ones and our employees as safe as possible during COVID-19. Below you’ll find current restrictions for our hospitals and clinics.
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 include the Medical Center, East Campus, Surgical Hospital and Medical Center - Murrieta.
- Patients without COVID-19 may have two visitors (ages 16 and up) at a time for up to 30 minutes.
- Patients with COVID-19 may have two visitors per day for up to 30 minutes.
- Patients may have one person accompany them for surgery or other procedures.
The following humanitarian guidelines apply:
- Humanitarian exception requests will be routed through clinical leadership. Only one visitor may be present at bedside. Conflicts may be escalated to the Chief of Staff or her designee.
- End of Life: one visitor will be allowed to be present with the patient.
- For patients with physical, intellectual, and/or developmental disabilities, or cognitive impairments, one support person will be allowed to be present with the patient when medically necessary and may remain at the bedside.
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.
Labor & Delivery: Patients may have one support person present. View details
Visitor restrictions: One visitor may accompany a patient for outpatient testing or surgery and may need to wait in an alternate location outside of the clinic.
- Visitors are allowed for patients who need help getting around or communicating with their provider.
- One parent is allowed during a child's appointment.
Advanced Urgent Care and Emergency Departments
Visitor restrictions: One visitor may be present at bedside for the duration of the visit.