At medical visits and in the hospital, visitors must:
- Wear a mask
- Be 12 or older
- Not have COVID symptoms or a positive test
Bringing Your Child as a Visitor
In most cases, children over 12 can visit someone in the hospital. However, some areas, such as the behavioral health areas, have more restrictions. Call the hospital before you go to confirm.
How Many People Can Visit?
- Staying in the hospital: 2 people can visit during daytime visiting hours; 1 adult can stay overnight
- In the ER: 2 people allowed
- At clinic appointment: 2 people allowed
See all visitor restrictions (PDF).
We allow some exceptions.
COVID Policies When Visiting
If you're visiting a patient with COVID or who is possibly positive for COVID, you must use:
- A Best-Fit N95
- Eye protection
If you've tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days or currently have symptoms of COVID-19 and don't have test results, you can't visit a hospital patient, unless you're:
- The guardian for a minor or for an adult
- The support person for a laboring mother
- The designated support person in accordance with HB2162 legislation, to accompany the patient during an admission
Nursing supervisors may grant visitation for end-of-life or other special circumstances.
For questions about exceptions and beyond what's listed here, talk to the unit manager or the patient's care team. They will review your request.
Having a Baby or End of Life
We can allow 2 visitors who can stay 24/7.
In the hospital, clergy members can visit in addition to your allowed visitors.