At OMC, the safety of our team, our patients, and our visitors is our top priority. To help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 illness, we have updated the following guidelines on 8/18/21.
For the protection of our patients and staff, please review the Visitor Guidelines (in PDF) or below prior to coming in for a visit.
Note: All visitors must be feeling well and negative for COVID-19 (if tested in the past 14 days), and wear a mask when entering the facility and when OMC staff if present.
|Family Practice and Specialty Clinic – Minors, under 18||1 parent and the child with the appointment are able to enter the facility for the visit.|
|Family Practice and Specialty Clinic – Adults, over 18||We are not allowing anyone to accompany patients into the facility for visits. Exceptions will be made for patients with physical or mental disabilities that require a caregiver’s assistance. Exception: The viability dating OB ultrasound and 20 week OB ultrasound. Patient may have 1 support person accompany them to the ultrasound and appointment with the OB doctor.|
|Oncology Infusion||Patients that are having teaching done for first chemotherapy may have 1 person accompany them to visit. Thereafter, no visitors may accompany patients to oncology infusion visits. Exceptions: minors (under 18) or patients with physical or mental dis abilities that require a caregiver’s assistance.|
|Oncology Clinic||1 person may accompany patient to visit.|
|Surgical Services – Minors, under 18||2 parents and the child are allowed to enter the facility.|
|Surgical Services – Adults, over 18||1 support person to accompany patient during their Outpatient procedure.|
|Emergency Department-- Minors, under 18||2 parents and the child are allowed to enter the facility.|
|Emergency Department-- Adults, over 18||1 person may accompany patient during their visit|
|Obstetrics||2 support people are allowed to accompany patients during their stay|
|Inpatient||2 visitors per day during hospital stay.|
|Inpatient – Comfort Cares||