We thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. Please know that the safety of our patients and staff remain our top priority. Our hospital and clinical leadership have developed guidelines to continue to prevent and manage COVID‐19 while providing safe, quality, and expert rehabilitation care to the patients and communities we serve. We are also following guidelines from the CDC, and have adopted the following practices:
Inpatient Rehabilitation-Visitor Restrictions and Safety Policies
Visitors must be 18 or older and will be permitted to visit during the hours of 11am – 6pm.
Children under the age of 18 are not permitted anywhere inside the building.
All visitors are required to wear a face mask the entire time, including inside patient rooms.
Visitors with symptoms will not be allowed inside the building.
Each RIM patient will be allowed two visitors at a time. Additional visitors will have to wait in the lobby until it is their turn to visit.
A patient that is a PUI (Person Under Investigation) or has a confirmed case of COVID-19 cannot accept visitors.
In addition, staff wear N95 masks and patients are required to wear a mask whenever they leave their room. Additional cleaning to prevent the spread of infection occurs frequently throughout our facility. Therapy equipment and treatment tables are sanitized after every use.
Outpatient Rehabilitation-Safety Policies
There are no visitors allowed to attend outpatient therapy appointments with a patient, unless a caregiver is required for assistance.
Our staff will be wearing surgical face masks and patients are also required to wear a face mask. Patients will be provided a surgical mask unless they have their own.
To prevent the spread of infection, our facilities are frequently cleaned throughout the day and therapy equipment and treatment tables are sanitized after every use.
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