Patient Visitation Procedures*
All visitors must pass COVID-19 Screening before you can visit a patient in the medical center. We know our visitation policy is difficult on families, but it is important to ensure the safety of our patients and employees.
- Visitors are not allowed for patients with or suspected of having COVID-19, with limited exceptions.
- One designated visitor per day (family member or guardian) can visit patients located on an inpatient and intensive care unit as well as outpatient areas between 8 am - 8 pm.
- Hospice, end-of-life, and comfort care situations: up to two visitors at one time.
- Patients with physical, intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and those with cognitive impairment: one visitor.
- Labor & Delivery: one designated partner supporting a mother in labor may now remain with the mom throughout the hospitalization.
- NICU: two parents at a time (with patient identification band on parent) throughout the hospitalization.
- Pediatrics: one parent at a time (with patient identification band on parent) throughout the hospitalization.
- Minors seeking care in any location: one parent at a time throughout the hospitalization.
*Visitation policy subject to change. Visitation may be adjusted at the discretion of the facility to ensure social distancing is able to be accomplished. A no visitor policy, with end-of-life exceptions, remains in effect for Sub-Acute, Transitional Care Center, and Behavioral Health (Outpatient Behavioral Health Center, Recovery Center and Bridges) per LA County Health Officer order, the above policy only applies to acute care ministries.
Maintaining your health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is important. Whether you need a routine medical check-up, think you may be sick, or need to schedule a procedure that was delayed, it’s important to see a doctor.
At Providence Little Company of Mary, we’re taking all the necessary precautions to keep you and our caregivers safe, and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Our dedicated team is facing a new normal, one that includes a different way to deliver healthcare. But one thing remains constant: Your health and safety are our top priority.