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Scheduling & Visitor Restrictions

We will be rescheduling some patient appointments and procedures in an effort to protect our patients and staff. Conserving personal protective equipment helps us prioritize the needs of those who may require immediate care. Adjustments to scheduled procedures and appointments will be made as requested by the physician, patient or as required by official local or national public health authorities. We will contact you directly if your appointment or procedure is postponed until a later date. During this time, all Carondelet Health Network facilities will remain open to care for patients who require in-person visits and time-sensitive care. Thank you for understanding our need to take these measures for the safety of all.

Visitor Restrictions

Visitors for inpatients can enter during a designated timeframe specific to each hospital. Please confirm hours and restrictions with individual facilities prior to visiting.

St. Mary’s 8am – 10am
St. Joseph’s 1pm – 3pm

Restrictions remain in place allowing one designated visitor for childbirth or end-of-life patients, one visitor for bedded patients in the ER, one visitor for elective procedures if patient is under 18 or over 65 years of age, and two visitors for newborns in the NICU.

Exceptions include one visitor for patients with dementia, caregiver training for inpatient rehabilitation, and ADA accommodations. The policy excludes visitors for COVID suspected or positive patients, behavioral health inpatients. No children will be allowed.

All visitors will be screened for fever and other criteria prior to entering the hospital, and required to wear visitor identification, a facemask and sanitize their hands. Any visitor not meeting screening criteria will not be permitted to enter the hospital.

Restrictions for Hospital Entry/Exit

We are limiting entry points to facilitate visitor screening.

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.