Visitor Guidelines

As the county's COVID community transmission rate remains consistently low, Adventist Health is pleased to announce new visitation guidelines:

Patients in the medical-surgical unit, the intensive care unit and the emergency department are now allowed two visitors at a time. Perioperative patients will be allowed one support person and admitted OB patients will be allowed two support persons. For outpatient services such as lab services, imaging and clinics, patients are allowed one support person.

Visitors must:

  • Show proof of COVID-19 vaccination (2 doses of mRNA vaccine plus Booster OR 1 dose of J&J plus another Covid-19 vaccine) OR negative COVID-19 test within the last 48 hours if PCR test or last 24 hours if Antigen test OR show documentation of recovery from COVID-19 within the past 90 days.
  • Complete COVID-19 symptom screening and be symptom free
  • Wear a medical grade facemask that properly covers their mouth and nose while in the facility
  • Go directly to and from the patient’s room

All other COVID-19 precautions still apply and masks are required throughout the facility. Visitors will be allowed to enter the hospital from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. Overnight visitation will not be permitted except for minors, and visitation for COVID-19 positive patients will not be permitted unless it is end-of-life.