In an abundance of caution and until further notice, Cameron Hospital has activated new visitor restrictions to protect the health of our patients, associates, physicians and community.
Measures went into effect at 5 P.M. on Monday as Cameron officials are restricting visitors to all Cameron Healthcare Facilities. These visitation rules apply to the hospital, urgent care, and all clinics.
NO VISITORS will be admitted into any clinical setting, with the following exceptions: If patient is a minor or incapacitated adult, a single designated partner or primary caretaker for mothers delivering babies, as well as end-of-life situations.
In addition, individuals coming to one of our outpatient centers or physician offices will be restricted to a single visitor responsible for transportation, and if that person is not needed for communication purposes, they should remain in their vehicle while we care for the patient. Please bring a mobile phone to support communication. Ambulatory practices and administrative buildings are also no longer allowing pharmaceutical representatives, and other outside vendors onsite until further notice.
Cameron officials recognize that these restrictions can be disappointing to our patients and visitors, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you or your family. The health and safety of you, our patients and care team are our top priority during this heightened time of illness.
Cameron also encourages citizens to use FaceTime, Skype and phone calls to visit with loved ones in the hospital. Should you need assistance with this, please let a staff member know.
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