Updated Visitor and Masking Policy:
Updated August 10, 2021
- The state of California has issued new regulations regarding hospital visitors. Beginning Wednesday, August 11, our visitor policy is as follows:
- Visiting hours are between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
- One visitor allowed per patient, per day.
- The Center for Women and Newborns allows one visitor.
- The Kim and Steven Ullman NICU allows two visitors.
- No visitors are allowed in our Emergency Department; patients under the age of 18 may be accompanied by an adult.
- Children under the age of 16 may not visit.
- Visitors will be screened and have their temperatures taken upon entry. In accordance with state regulations, all visitors must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken with the last 72 hours.
- Visitors must check in at the Information Desk prior to visiting to sign-in and to receive a Visitor’s Pass.
- A hospital-approved mask must be worn upon entry and at all times within the facility; cloth masks are not permitted.
- Any visitor who exhibits signs and symptoms related to COVID-19 will not be granted entrance.
- No visitors allowed for patients who have active COVID -19 illness or those patients under COVID-19 investigation.
- Visitors are to follow CDC guidelines for physical distancing.
- NO visitors allowed for patients who have active COVID -19 illness or those patients under COVID-19 investigation.
- Visitors must check in with Nursing prior to entering a patient’s room.
- All visitors must comply with the Henry Mayo visitor policy.
- Please note that all the policies above are required by state of California regulations and are in place to keep our patients, staff members and visitors safe.
COVID-19 Testing For Our Patients:
- For the safety of our patients and staff, every patient who is admitted to Henry Mayo, or who comes to Henry Mayo for an elective procedure, is tested for COVID-19
The above temporary policy will be in effect until it is determined safe to return the hospital’s standard policy on visitation.
If you have questions, please call 661.200.1128 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know this is a hardship for many. We apologize for the inconvenience, but keeping our patients safe has to be our highest priority at all times.
For the convenience of our patients and visitors, Henry Mayo offers free parking.