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​​​Visitation Guidelines for Maternity

We understand that visitors are an essential part of our patients' experience and are working diligently to provide the best possible experience while ensuring that equally essential COVID-Safe standards are in place. Your understanding and cooperation with our visitation policy is appreciated.

For more answers about delivering at Floyd, view our Maternity FAQs​.

Patients in Labor

  • Patients who are in active labor may have two (2) visitors, regardless of the time.
  • Switching visitors during the same day will not be permitted.​
  • A different visitor may come the next day.
  • Visitors are limited to immediate family.**
  • Children under the age of 13 may not visit.
  • Visitors must:
    • Be screened before entering the facility.
    • Be in good health (free from cough, fever, shortness of breath or other flu-like symptoms).
    • Follow safety requirements. This includes wearing a medical-grade mask, staying six feet from others and handwashing.
    • Wear a mask. Visitors will be provided a mask if they do not have one. Visitors who refuse or are unable to wear a mask will not be permitted to visit.​

**Special circumstances will be managed by the treating physician and care team leaders.

 

Patients Who Have Given Birth

  • Patients who have given birth may have two (2) visitors from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. and one (1) overnight visitor.
  • Switching visitors during the same day will not be permitted.
  • A different visitor may come the next day.
  • Visitors are limited to immediate family.**
  • Children under the age of 13 may not visit.
  • Neonatal Intensive Care visitors must be 16 or older.
  • Visitors must:
    • Be screened before entering the facility.
    • Be in good health (free from cough, fever, shortness of breath or other flu-like symptoms).
    • Follow safety requirements. This includes wearing a medical-grade mask, staying six feet from others and handwashing.
    • Wear a mask. Visitors will be provided a mask if they do not have one. Visitors who refuse or are unable to wear a mask will not be permitted to visit.

**Special circumstances will be managed by the treating physician and care team leaders.