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Visiting hours

CRMC Visitor Policy Effective Friday, March 11, 2022.

Visiting hours are from 6 AM – 9 PM, daily.
Visitors will be asked to leave by 9 p.m.

Patient Type

Visitors

Visiting Hours

Details

Adult Inpatient

2

6 am – 9 pm

*Patients in the hospital may have two visitors at a time.

OB

2

6 am – 9 pm

*Patients in the hospital may have two visitors at a time.
*Open age visitation for siblings.

ICU

2

6 am – 9 pm

*Children under the age of 12 are not permitted to visit.

* Visitors may not spend the night in the patient room unless pre-approved by leadership for special circumstances.

*Based on assessment of the patient’s emotional and physical needs, members of the Multi-Disciplinary Care Team may request limited visitation at times.

*Overnight stays are permitted in ICU waiting room.

Rehab

2

6 am – 9 pm

*Exceptions may be made for extended hours with management approval.

Emergency Department

1

Outpatient Services/Surgery

1-2

*Visitors must be 18 years or older

*Special considerations if approved by the Director

Outpatient Therapies

1-2

*Visitors must remain in the waiting area unless they are participating in caregiver education or assisting patient with mobility – at therapist’s discretion

Goldschmidt – Medical and Oncology Clinics

2

*Exceptions can be made for patient with ambulating and/or mental capacity issue.

Goldschmidt – Infusion Center and Therapy Treatments

0

*Exceptions can be made for patient with ambulating and/or mental capacity issue.

Goldschmidt - Imaging SW Campus

1-2

*Visitors allowed with patient in waiting room but restricted when going back to imaging exam.

*Exceptions can be made for patient with ambulating and/or mental capacity issue.

Clinics

2

*Newborns accompanying a post-partum visit are allowed.

  • NOTE: Exceptions may be made by directors.

Visitors to Infectious Patients
Visitors are made aware of the need for transmission-based precautions by means of a sign posted on the patient's door. Assistance in following necessary precautions is provided by the nursing staff.

SCREENING and MASKS

Anyone entering a Capital Region Medical Center facility will be screened for illness and required to wear a mask or face covering, this includes both visitors and patients. Exceptions to this rule include children seeking care who are under age 2, and individuals with certain medical conditions that hinder wearing a mask, i.e. severe skin condition or burns of the face/head. Visitors must also wash your hands when entering and exiting a patient's room. Visitors are encouraged to stay six feet away from the patient.

Capital Region Medical Center is committed to the safety of our patients, staff and visitors.
We continue to adjust visitor guidelines and policies as needed.

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