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Visitor Restrictions - Oregon

Visitor Restrictions - Oregon

Patient, visitor and caregiver safety is PeaceHealth’s top priority. To help reduce the potential spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) we are implementing some changes at our clinics. If you have symptoms, including fever or cough, we ask that you please call your provider’s office prior to arriving at our facilities. If you are seeking specialty services, please be aware that some of these clinics have temporarily closed, changed their hours or suspended routine office visits. Please call the specific clinic for the latest information.

Visitor restrictions for hospitals

For the health and safety of you and our community, PeaceHealth medical centers in Oregon are continuing to limit visitor access until COVID-19 is no longer a public health threat. For those that are allowed to visit, please know that face masks are required in all PeaceHealth facilities.

Type of Patient Number of Visitors Allowed
Patients who are not positive for or suspected to have COVID-19 No visitors are allowed for patients at this time, with some exceptions listed below
End-of-life patients, minor patients, Labor & Delivery patients, NICU patients, patients with physical or cognitive impairments who require assistance, who are not positive for or suspected to have COVID-19 1 visitor may be allowed on a case-by-case basis.

(2 visitors allowed for NICU patients; must be parent, legal guardian or support person over age 18) 
Emergency Department No visitors are allowed in the Emergency Department, including the waiting area. Exceptions are made in the following cases: end-of-life patients, minor patients or patients with physical or cognitive impairments who require assistance