Saint Josephs Medical Center
VISITOR GUIDELINES for INPATIENTS in Hall 5 and Hall 6
DURING COVID PANDEMIC
WHO CAN VISIT
Visitors must be 18 years or older. Visitors who are over 70 years old or who have medical conditions, which put them at high risk for severe illness from COVID, are discouraged from visiting. All visitors should be aware of the potential risk of being exposed to COVID-19 while visiting.
WHEN ARE VISITORS ALLOWED?
Visiting hours on the inpatient units are 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. daily
Each patient is allowed ONE visitor per day during visiting hours.
Please note that no visitors are allowed for inpatient who have tested positive for COVID or whose COVID status is not yet known.
GUIDELINES FOR VISITORS
- Visitor and patients are REQUIRED to wear masks, maintain social distance (6 ft.) within the patient's room and use hand sanitizer when entering the facility and entering the unit. Visitors should use hand sanitizer when leaving the facility as well, there are sanitizer stations throughout the facility and in the lobby for your use
- Visitors will enter the main hospital entrance and be screened for symptoms.. Visitors without a fever (100.4 or under) will be asked to sign in, providing their name and the initials of patient they are visiting at the lobby reception desk. People with fever or symptoms will not be allowed to visit.
- NO food/snacks will be allowed in at this time.
We appreciate your cooperation with these guidelines so we can ensure the safety of our patients, visitors and staff
Effective July 2020