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Visitor Guidelines

Visitation guidelines are set forth for the following patient categories regardless of pandemic tier level:

Pediatric Patients

Pediatric patients are allowed up to two support persons at a time. For NICU patients, the facility permits two designated support persons that may visit at the same time.

Labor and Delivery Patients

Up to two support persons are allowed to be present with the patient. In addition to the support person(s), a doula, if desired by the patient, is permitted to be present if prior arrangements have been made with the hospital and the doula complies with hospital PPE and infection control guidelines.

Surgery Patients

Up to two visitors will be permitted until the patient is taken into Surgery Preparation (provided social distancing can be accomplished). Visitors will be called by the hospital staff when the patient is ready for discharge and can be picked up at the designated location.

Patients at End-of-Life

For their continued mental health and well-being, up to two visitors will be allowed to be present with the patient.

Patients with Physical, Intellectual, and/or Developmental Disabilities and Patients with Cognitive Impairments

The presence of a support person is essential to patients with physical, intellectual, and/or developmental disabilities and patients with cognitive impairments. Up to two support persons will be allowed to be present with the patient. The patient, especially those with prolonged hospitalization, or family/patient representative may designate two support persons.

We are dedicated to the care of our patients and committed to providing a safe and healing setting that fosters the treatment and recovery process. Thank you for your support.

If you have any questions, please contact our Public Safety team at (310) 900-8593.