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Updated Visitor Hours and Screenings as a Result of COVID-19


CRITICAL TRANSMISSION VISITATION POLICY

The safety and health of our patients, our visitors, and our healthcare team is our top priority.  These visitation restrictions are based on COVID-19 cases in the community/region.  Currently, our community is experiencing critical community spread, therefore the following visitation restrictions have been implemented:  

ICU PATIENTS & SUSPECTED/CONFIRMED COVID PATIENTS:
No visitors are permitted at this time with the exception of end-of-life situations. These situations will be handled
on a case-by-case basis by our medical team.

INPATIENTS, TRH PROVIDER OFFICE/CLINIC PATIENTS,
& DIAGNOSTIC TESTING PATIENTS:

One (1) designated healthy adult visitor per patient.

PREGNANCY (OB) ULTRASOUNDS:
Mothers are allowed one (1) healthy adult to accompany them for the exam.

OUTPATIENT SURGICAL PATIENTS:
One (1) designated healthy adult visitor during check-in, surgery
and recovery. Pediatric surgical patients will be allowed
two (2) designated healthy adult visitors.

OBSTETRICAL LABORING & POST-PARTUM PATIENTS:
One (1) designated healthy adult coach in the delivery room and
two (2) designated healthy adult visitors during regular visiting hours,
one (1) of which may stay overnight with the patient.

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS:
One (1) designated healthy adult visitor. If the patient is experiencing COVID-like symptoms, no visitors will be allowed inside until COVID test is resulted.

ALL VISITORS must wear a mask covering the nose and mouth AT ALL TIMES, including while in patient rooms, any TRH facility and are encouraged to perform hand hygiene upon entry.
ALL VISITORS must be screened upon entry and reentry to the hospital
PLEASE DO NOT VISIT if you are feeling ill.
The front entrance of the hospital is closed on weekends and visitors must enter through the ER ENTRANCE.

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