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Visitor Policy

During COVID-19, patient safety is our primary concern at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, and, in order to enhance the safety and quality of care, specific hours and regulations have been established.

ATTENTION: Masks are required at all times.

West Medical/Surgical Unit Visitor Policy:

  • One designated visitor per day
  • Adult visitors only (18 and older)
  • Visiting Hours are 2-7 p.m.
  • Must use Main Entrance
  • Visitor must be screened, temperature checked and be free of COVID-19 symptoms
  • Visitors must wear a mask at all times, including patient rooms
  • Isolation patients will NOT be allowed visitors
  • Exceptions are at the discretion of the charge nurse

Emergency Department Visitor Policy: 

  • One designated visitor per day
  • Adult visitors only (18 and older)
  • Visitor will not be allowed to leave and reenter
  • Visitor is expected to remain bedside unless asked to leave by staff
  • Must use Main Entrance
  • Visitor must be screened, temperature checked and be free of COVID-19 symptoms
  • Visitors must wear a mask at all times, including bedside
  • Patients with COVID-19 symptoms will NOT be allowed visitors
  • Exceptions are at the discretion of the Emergency Department Staff

All Outpatient Services Visitor Policy: (includes Laboratory, Radiology, Rehabilitation Services, Outpatient Specialty Clinic, etc.)

  • Each patient will be allowed one guest (visitor) for appointments
  • Visitors must be screened, temperature checked and be free of COVID-19 symptoms
  • Visitors must wear a mask at all times
  • Patients with COVID-19 symptoms will NOT be allowed a visitor but a caregiver will continue to be allowed for pediatric patients, disabled patients and patients who cannot be left alone or need assistance to move throughout the facility

Jefferson Medical Group Visitor Policy:

  • Each patient will be allowed one guest (visitor) for appointments
  • Visitors must be screened, temperature checked and be free of COVID-19 symptoms
  • Visitors must wear a mask at all times
  • Patients being seen for symptoms of contagious illnesses (sick visits) will NOT be allowed a visitor but a caregiver will continue to be allowed for pediatric patients, disabled patients and patients who cannot be left alone or need assistance to move throughout the facility

We ask that all visitors that are ill to refrain from visiting patients to help stop the spread of illnesses. Visitors will be screened before being allowed entrance into the facility to ensure patient and staff safety. Visitors screening positive will not be allowed to visit and are encouraged to seek treatment if they are experiencing severe symptoms, such as high fever or shortness of breath. Screening is still required whether or not you have been vaccinated.

The following screening questions will be asked upon entering:

  1. Do you have a fever OR cough OR shortness of breath OR difficulty breathing?
  2. Have you had COVID or been exposed to COVID in the last 14 days?

We appreciate your cooperation.