TriHealth Bridge

18 May, 2020

As our situation caused by the COVID-19 health emergency evolves, so does our response. For the safety of our patients and team members and to continue to limit the spread of COVID-19, one visitor is allowed per patient per day in the hospital/inpatient setting.

 

 

 

 

 

  • 1 visitor will be allowed in the hospital setting with the following stipulations:
    • Visiting hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. at each facility.
    • Only a single person may visit each day (visitors cannot swap in/out throughout the day).
    • Visitors are required to wear a mask at all times – NO EXCEPTIONS.
    • Visitor must be 16 years or older.
    • Visitor must be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. If symptoms are present, visitor will be denied entry to the facility.
    • Potential visitors should review CDC and ODH guidelines for individuals with advanced age and chronic medical conditions and avoid visiting hospital if these apply.
  • COVID-19 positive or suspected-positive patients will not be allowed a visitor, unless they are at the end of life.
  • The following exceptions apply:
    • Patients at the end of life will be allowed more than one visitor at a time.
    • Pediatric patients may have both parents accompany them at all times (2 visitors max).
    • Maternity patients may have a support person with them at all times.
    • Psychiatric patients may have necessary visitors, per their physician’s recommendation.
    • If a patient has a special circumstance, additional exceptions may be allowed. Please speak with your care provider for guidance.

For helpful documents and the most up-to-date information, visit the COVID-19 Resources page.

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Thank you to all the TriHealth Team Members that have made all the Covid-19 updates available in such a timely fashion over these past few months.
Posted by: Sandra Ott on 02 June, 2020

Is it true that a COVID Positive visitor was allowed to visit a patient on Labor and Delivery floor (3100) on 5/20/20. Were the area and personnel properly protected? Was the patient room sanitized after the visit according to protocol? All this understanding that such a visitor did go to that floor.
Posted by: Dennis Romans on 20 May, 2020