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Renown Health Visitor Restrictions:
The COVID-19 picture is continuously changing. While we understand the importance of in-hospital patients having friends, family and loved ones by their side, to help protect against flu and other respiratory illnesses, as of Tuesday, March 10, patients at Renown hospitals will not be receiving visitors. If a family member or friend is at a Renown hospital, please telephone them. If there are extenuating circumstances, we will allow one designated visitor per patient through controlled entrances at both hospitals from 4 to 9 p.m. No visitors under the age of 12 will be permitted. These new rules will allow one visitor to stay overnight with laboring mothers, NICU, pediatric and palliative care patients. Approved visitors will be subject to screening before entering by answering a series of questions about any recent symptoms of respiratory or influenza-like illness prior to entering a Renown facility. Access to Renown hospitals (Renown Regional Medical Center and Renown South Meadows Medical Center), is through the main entrances and the emergency room entrances only.
UPDATE: No Visitors in the ERs
At this time, there will be no visitors allowed at both the Renown Regional and South Meadows Emergency Rooms (ER). Visitors who are sick will not be permitted to enter the ER, without exception. In extenuating circumstances, temporary visitation may be approved by the ED charge or ED leadership. We encourage families to stay connected to their loved ones through virtual means such as Zoom, FaceTime or by phone.
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