COVID-19 Visitor Policy:
Updated March 20, 2023
Elliot Health System is committed to ensuring the health and safety of patients, staff and visitors.
Mask Policy for Elliot Hospital and Ambulatory Practices
Masks are not required for visitors, non-infectious patients and vaccinated staff. If an individual is experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness, they need to wear a mask. Masks will continue to be provided for anyone who needs or wants to wear one.
Visitor Policy for Elliot Hospital
Up to two visitors per patient may visit at a time.
No visitation is permitted for COVID positive, rule-out, or quarantine patients.
Elliot Hospital, our priority is to provide quality care and a healing environment for all our patients. Family members and care partners as identified by you, our patient, are welcome during your stay with us. We understand that your family members and care partners provide support, comfort, and important information throughout your hospital stay. We also recognize your identified family and care partners as essential members of the health care team, helping to ensure quality and safety. Our Family Presence and Visitation Guidelines are designed to assure all our patients with a care environment supportive of patient healing.
Family members, partners in care, and visitors are encouraged to visit during day and early evening hours to promote patient healing and rest. *Any one visiting after 8:00PM will be asked to show a photo ID to Security when checking in.
Patients, Family, Partners in Care and Visitors are expected to:
Note: There may be unique and extenuating circumstances that require compassionate exceptions or reasonable restrictions to these guidelines. The health care team, using professional judgment and in collaboration with the patient or the patient’s designated representative, will consider the unique family circumstances and patient needs when applying these guidelines.
Elliot Hospital is a “latex free” hospital. In consideration of all our patients, guests and staff, only Mylar balloons are permitted.
A list of hotels, motels and restaurants is available at the information desk in the lobby, and the Social Work and Case Management Department.
Elliot offers Valet Parking for visitors and outpatients, weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is no charge for this service, however tips are appreciated. In addition, the hospital has an adjacent parking garage, also free of charge.
If you are concerned with any aspect of the care and/or service you receive during your stay at Elliot Hospital, or have ideas for improvement, please bring them to the attention of a hospital employee or the director of the department in which you are receiving care. During evening, early morning and weekend hours, please ask to speak with the Charge Nurse or Clinical Nursing Supervisor. If, after doing so, you are still not completely satisfied with the level of care or service that you receive, or if you have concerns after being discharged, please call the Patient Relations Coordinator at 663-2666 or 800-922-4999 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. This number may also be used to notify us of your satisfaction with services and care you have received. We share both compliments and complaints with the appropriate staff in order for us to better serve you and others in the future. Shortly after you leave the hospital, you may receive a patient satisfaction survey either by email or in the mail. We encourage you to complete the survey with your feedback regarding your care and overall experience. This is a very important tool as we continually strive for ways of improving patient care at Elliot Hospital.
Patient confidentiality is of the utmost importance to your healthcare team at Elliot Hospital. With this is mind, you will be asked upon admission to identify who your nurse may speak to regarding your care and progress. Individuals not identified by you who ask for a patient update will be directed to contact you or your family members. Occasionally some of our patients are noted persons, which means they are considered newsworthy because of their office, occupation, general fame, or notoriety. We also care for patients that are considered publicly reportable. Publicly reportable patients are those involved in reportable incidents where the hospital is legally required to report appropriate information to public authorities. Some examples are patients involved in automobile accidents, fires, or shootings.