Patients & Visitors
At LincolnHealth, we encourage patients and families to ask questions and to advocate for their care. We are here to help you access the information and resources you need to get the best possible health care. To help stop the spread of COVID-19, we have implemented the following visitation safety measures, effective September 21, 2022.
Visitation Safety Measures - Effective 9/21/22
- Visiting Hours: 8 am - 8 pm
- Escorts are encouraged to drop off patients when possible.
Adult Inpatients: Two visitor at a time as space allows
COVID-19 Positive Patients: Two visitors allowed at a time, must wear provided N95 mask; can only visit patient room and must leave the facility directly following the visit.
Inpatient Pediatrics and Obstetrics: Two visitors allowed at a time, as patient condition allows
End-of-Life Non-COVID-19 Positive: Visitation will be managed by the care team
End-of-Life COVID-19 Positive or PUI: Visitation to be coordinated by the care team
Day Surgery/Outpatient Procedural Areas: Adult patients may have one visitor. Pediatric patients may have two visitors.
Lincoln Medical Partners Adult Practices: One visitor
Lincoln Medical Partners Pediatric Practices: Two visitors allowed
Diagnostic Prenatal Ultrasound: One visitor allowed
- Pediatrics – Two visitors allowed
- Adults – One to two visitors as space allows
Cafeteria: Open to employees and visitors.
All visitors/escorts are subject to attesting they have screened for Covid-19 symptoms. All visitors are expected to wear a mask at all times.
Visitors/escorts with COVID-19 symptoms will NOT be allowed to enter the LincolnHealth facilities.
- Perform hand hygiene prior to entering and upon leaving the patient’s room/care area.
- Remain at least six feet from the patient at all times (as much as possible).
- All visitors are required to check in and out with department staff.
These visitation safety measures are for the protection of patients, employees, visitors, and the public. They are consistent with guidance from governmental authorities, and are adopted for the purpose of reducing the potential for propagation of the COVID-19 virus. These visitation safety measures are imposed by order of the Hospital President, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Nursing Officer.