Current Visitor Policy
Effective Immediately - March 7, 2022
Mary Greeley recommends admitted patients have only two visitors at a time. This helps ensure the safety of patients, visitors, and staff by allowing adequate space for physical distancing. We reserve the right to ask people to leave the hospital if the number of visitors in a patient room or in a waiting area causes concern.
Adult same day surgical and clinic visit patients are allowed one visitor/support person. Pediatric same day surgical and clinic visit patients are allowed two visitors/support persons.
COVID-positive patients are allowed one visitor at a time.
Anyone visiting a Behavioral Health patient must be scheduled in advance.
All visitors must:
- Wear a mask.
- Complete screening process at entrance.
- Be free from COVID symptoms, including fever, sore throat, cough, diarrhea, vomiting and runny nose.
- Stay in the patient room except for bathroom breaks and visits to cafeteria or coffee shop.
Anyone visiting a COVID-positive patient must:
- Wear a hospital-issued badge provided at main entrance screening desk.
- Attend educational briefing on proper use of PPE.
- Wear PPE while visiting patient.
Visitors & Staff will be screened at entrances.
Visitation Rights for Patients with Disabilities
Patients with disabilities may designate at least one support person to accompany them throughout their visit or stay at Mary Greeley Medical Center. Patients with disabilities may have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity, and may include, but not be limited to, altered mental status; physical, intellectual or cognitive disability; communication barriers; or behavioral health concern.