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For everyone's safety, masks are required for everyone in our facilities. This includes visitors and patients. View visitor policy.

Bryan Health Relaxes Visitor Restriction Policy, Masks Still Required

With declining COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Bryan Health has returned to pre-pandemic visitor guidelines in many areas. Surgical masks will continue to be required for adults and children age two and older.

Vistors

  • Open to all persons who properly wear a surgical mask
  • Patients, visitors, vendors, tenants and service personnel continue to use public entrances where surgical masks will be distributed to anyone without
  • Discontinue the two visitors per patient, per day limitation
  • Discontinue the one community clergy per patient, per day
  • Discontinue the two-visitor limit for physician office tenants
  • Resume emergency department visitor policy of two visitors per patient
  • Labor & Delivery and Post-Partum patients – visitors can be a significant other or one designated support person, grandparents and newborn siblings; siblings may visit, but cannot stay overnight
  • Valet service at Bryan East Campus will resume on Monday, March 7 between 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday

For Patient Safety, Some Restrictions Will Continue

  • COVID-19: visitors will not be allowed for an individual who has a pending COVID-19 test or confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis
  • NICU: parents and guardians only
  • Pediatrics: four adult visitors per patient, per day; this also applies to adult patients on the pediatric unit
  • Mental Health: continue visitation hours as follows:
    • Youth patients: noon-12:30 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.
    • Adult patients: 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

Masking

  • OSHA requires masks/face coverings be worn by all people in public areas of health care facilities, including:
    • Patients and visitors
    • Providers, employees, students and volunteers
    • Vendors, tenants and any contracted service personnel

For more information, please visit the Patients & Visitors page on our website.


 
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