Visitor RestrictionsGuidelines for Visitation
Visiting Hours 9am-7pm
General Visitation for Non-COVID-19 Positive Patients:
- Patients may have one visitor per day. This visitor cannot be interchanged with another person throughout the day of their visit.
- All visitors (must be at least 18 years of age) will be screened for illnesses upon arrival.
- Visitors are required to wear a hospital-issued mask at all times while inside of the hospital.
- Visitors must wear hospital provided identification at all times.
- Visitors will be required to exit patient rooms during aerosol generating procedures (breathing treatments, etc.).
- Disruptive visitor behavior or lack of following hospital policies will not be tolerated and may result in the visitor being restricted from visitation for the remainder of the patient’s hospital stay.
- All General Visitation guidelines listed above must be followed.
- Personal Protective Equipment must be worn at all times during visitation - to include gown, gloves, and hospital-issued mask.
- Please note that visitors of COVID-19 patients MUST remain at the patient’s bedside throughout the visit. Visitors are NOT PERMITTED to walk around the unit or hospital, to include the cafeteria.
Obstetrics Visitor Restrictions
During active labor and recovery, there will be two visitors allowed. These support visitors will not be allowed to rotate with others. Once mom moves to postpartum, one visitor will be allowed, the second support visitor will leave at this time of transition.
Thank you for following these rules and allowing the staff at PMC to keep all mothers and babies safe.
Our top priority is making sure our patients, visitors, staff and community remain safe. For that reason, we have decided to temporarily forego hosting events, such as educational medical seminars and classes, and health screenings, thereby lessening the potential for exposure to coronavirus. Please continue to check our website for information on when these events will resume.
Restrictions for Hospital Entry/ExitEntry and exit is now limited to the main lobby and emergency room only.
An exception to any limited visitation policy at the hospital is patients with disabilities who require support from family members or staff in order for them to effectively communicate with medical personnel or otherwise receive equal access to medical treatment.