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Visiting Hours

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We are taking every precaution to ensure that our environment is safe for patients and staff. Everyone who enters our lobby has a temperature check and receives a mask if they do not have one. High touch areas receive extensive sanitizing during the day and hand sanitizer dispensers are available throughout our building. We ask everyone to observe physical distancing in all areas.

Guidelines for Visiting Inpatient Units

Saint Josephs’ Medical Center
VISITOR GUIDELINES for INPATIENTS in Intensive Care Unit 

Effective March 10, 2021

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 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily. Each patient is allowed ONE visitor per day for one hour during visiting hours. Please note that no visitors are allowed for inpatients who have tested positive for COVID or whose COVID status is not yet known. 

  • Every visitor who arrives to the lobby should be called up to the unit and be certain the patient is eligible for a visitor, unit staff will make every effort to provide timely information to the front desk staff.  

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 to bring in at this time.

We appreciate your cooperation with these guidelines so we can ensure the safety of our patients, visitors and staff


Saint Josephs Medical Center

EFFECTIVE MARCH 10, 2021

VISITOR GUIDELINES for INPATIENTS in Hall 5 and Hall 6

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 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 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.

Every visitor who arrives should be called up to the unit and be certain the patient is eligible for a visitor, unit staff will make every effort to provide timely information to the front desk staff.

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

Saint Joseph’s Medical Center
INPATIENT PSYCHIATRY VISITOR GUIDELINES

 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 as follows; hours are Monday-Sunday:

    2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Each patient is allowed ONE visitor per day for ONE HOUR ONLY.  Please note there will be no visitation for patients who have tested positive for COVID. Visitors must call the unit to schedule their visit.

 Please use the following numbers to schedule a visit:

Hall 2: (914) 378 7200
Hall 3: (914) 378 7300

A MAXIMUM of 5 visitors per visiting hour/per unit will be scheduled to allow for social distancing. Visitors do not need to stay for the full ONE hour visiting session. However, they must be ON TIME for the session in order to maintain social distancing and keep staff, patients and visitors safe.  Visitors will not be admitted if they have not preregistered.

GUIDELINES FOR VISITORS

  • Visitors and patients are REQUIRED to wear masks, maintain social distance (6 ft.) within the designated visiting area and use hand sanitizer when entering the facility and entering the unit.
  • Visitors will enter the main hospital entrance and be screened for symptoms. Visitors without a fever will be asked to sign in, providing their name and the initials of patient they are visiting. All visitors must be listed on the Visitor Schedule. People with a fever or symptoms will not be allowed to visit.
  • Visitor belongings such as purses, backpacks, etc. MUST be placed in the bag paper bag to be provided, stabled shut and returned to visitor. NO food/snacks will be allowed to be brought in at this time.

We appreciate your cooperation with these guidelines so we can ensure the safety of our patients, visitors and staff.

Effective 9-16-20