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Chippenham Hospital

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Dominion Hospital

Dominion Hospital is committed to keeping you informed, and continuing to best serve our patients and community as the COVID-19 pandemic circumstances continue to evolve. We know that patients, families, and staff may be worried, so please be assured that we continue to follow the guidance of HCA Healthcare and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to keep our healthcare community safe.

In addition to our already existing enhanced COVID-19 safety precautions and previously implemented visitor restrictions, effective Tuesday December 1, 2020, Dominion Hospital shifted to parents and guardians of Child and Adolescent patients visiting on alternate days.

  • Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor every other day, and one guardian at time of discharge.
  • Visitors of patients registered with last names A – M will visit on odd days of the month.
  • Visitors of patients registered with last names N – Z will visit on even days of the month.
  • The Child Unit will be offering extended telephone time Monday - Friday 10:00 – 11:00am and 2:00 – 3:00pm, in addition to their already scheduled 7x/week 6:30 – 8:30pm, and Saturday/Sunday 1:00 – 2:00pm times. During phone time, individuals will be allowed to receive two (2) incoming calls no more than 10 minutes each, and are also allowed to make one outgoing call that is not more than 10 minutes each.
  • The Adolescent Unit will also be offering extended telephone times, with calls occurring every day 12:30 – 1:15pm, 6:00 – 7:15pm, and 8:00 - 8:30pm. During telephone time, individuals will be allowed to make and receive calls that are no longer than 10 minutes long.  

In addition to staggered visitation, effective Monday, December 7, 2020, we began restricting outside food. Visitors are no longer permitted to bring in outside food during visitation or at any other times. Communal eating, where individuals are unable to remain properly masked, has been proven to be one of the greatest risks for COVID-19 viral transmission.

These enhanced safety measures are intended to limit the number of visitors on the units each day, to increase our ability to maintain physical distancing, to most effectively enforce our universal masking requirements, and to cut down on potential patient and staff exposure to individuals who may transmit the COVID-19 virus.

Dominion Hospital is honored to be able to continue to serve our patients, families, and community during these extraordinary times, and remains steadfast in our responsibility to maintain a safe, healthy, and healing environment.

Hanover Emergency Center

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021, we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • COVID-19 (included suspected COVID-19) patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Henrico Doctors' Hospital

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

John Randolph Medical Center

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6:00am – 8:00pm
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

 

Johnston Willis Hospital

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

LewisGale Hospital Alleghany

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • ER patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors unless for pediatric patients or others needing special assistance.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

LewisGale Hospital Montgomery

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • ER patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors unless for pediatric patients or others needing special assistance.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

LewisGale Hospital Pulaski

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • ER patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors unless for pediatric patients or others needing special assistance.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

LewisGale Medical Center

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients (including ER) are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

Parham Doctors' Hospital

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6:00am – 8:00pm
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

 

Reston Hospital

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Retreat Doctors' Hospital

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6:00am – 8:00pm
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

StoneSprings Hospital Center

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021 we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients (including ER patients) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • Laboring mothers are allowed two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) for the duration of labor. Care team members including doulas and midwives do not count as a visitor.
  • Post–partum patients are limited to two (2) adult visitors (age 16+) during daylight hours (6 am – 8 pm) and one (1) adult visitor overnight.
  • Neonatal (NICU) and Pediatric patients will be allowed one (1) adult visitor at a time during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID–19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patient with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.
  • Overnight patients are limited to one adult visitor in the following areas:
    • Pediatrics
    • NICU
    • Laboring mothers
    • Post-partum patients
    • Pre/Post surgery patient advocates
    • End of life
    • Confused and/or anxious patients
    • Designated support person for patients with a disability

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID–19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Swift Creek ER

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday August 4, 2021, we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Patients are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+) at a time from 6 am – 8 pm
  • COVID-19 (included suspected COVID-19) patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

TriCities ER

Visitation policy

Effective Wednesday September 1, 2021, we are making changes to our visitation policy:

  • Pediatric Patients (17 and under) are limited to one (1) adult visitor (age 16+)
  • COVID-19 (included suspected COVID-19) patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.
  • Patients with disabilities who require assistance because of such disability are allowed one support person per day for the duration of their stay.

All others are asked to defer their visit at this time. Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as travel or exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

West Creek Emergency Center

Important Information

In order to best deploy Henrico Doctors’ Hospitals resources to meet our community’s needs, we are consolidating resources and will temporarily suspend emergency services at West Creek Emergency Center (WCEC) at 12720 Tuckahoe Creek Court, Richmond, VA 23238. The suspension of services will begin on Wednesday, April 8th at 7 a.m.

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • ER patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors unless for pediatric patients or others needing special assistance.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • ER patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors unless for pediatric patients or others needing special assistance.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

Visitation Policy

Effective Wednesday, September 8, 2021, we have implemented changes to our visitation policy in an effort to reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses and protect our patients and staff. Patients are allowed one adult (age 16 and older) visitor as follows:

  • Patients (including ER) are limited to one adult visitor (age 16+) during daylight hours.
  • Laboring mothers are allowed one adult visitor (age 16+) for the duration of her labor, day or night.
  • Pediatric patients are allowed one adult (age 16+) during the day and one legal guardian overnight.
  • COVID-19 patients are not allowed visitors for the safety of the patient and visitors.

Visitors 16 years old and under are restricted.

Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances after consultation with the Administrator on Call (AoC).

Hospital staff will pre-screen all visitors (using standard pre-screening questions). All visitors will be required to wear a mask and identification indicating they have been screened.

Individuals with respiratory symptoms or other risk factors for COVID-19, such as exposure, will be asked to refrain from visiting.

Visitors will be asked to refrain from visiting and to instead utilize alternative communication methods with patients who are under observation or test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Thank you for your cooperation with these restrictions as we work together to end this pandemic.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient's treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.

To find a HCA Virginia ER near you visit our ER page or call 911 if you are experiencing a medical emergency.