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Updates, Closings & Restrictions

Visitor Restrictions

Jones Regional Medical Center (JRMC) has updated their visitor guidelines to allow visitors in recognition that patient support from a visitor contributes to the healing and safety. If you choose to visit, please know that you may be exposed to COVID-19 and other viruses. Patients may have one visitor with the following guidelines.

  • Visitors must be screened, have a badge applied and wear a mask or a face shield or no entry.
  • Visitors must be in good health. Please do not visit if you have symptoms of respiratory infection. (fever, runny nose, cough, shortness of breath), have been exposed or tested positive with COVID in the last 14 days.
  • All inpatients are allowed two visitors at a time in the patient room. 
  • Patients at end-of-life may have more than one visitor assessed on a case-by-case basis.  
  • Emergency room only: Minors under the age of 18 may have both parents/guardians visit.
  • Visitors must always stay in the patient's room during their visit and wear a mask. However, they may visit the Cafeteria for needed items. They are asked to either return immediately to their patient's room or depart the hospital. We ask that visitors not sit or gather in our waiting rooms or lobby.
  • No animals allowed except for official service animals.
Visitors will be allowed in COVID suspected or COVID positive rooms only if the patient is not undergoing an aerosol generating procedure (AGP) and the visit is necessary for the patient's wellbeing. This applies to ED and Med Surg.
  •             Two visitor limit
  •             Must pass screening at the front  door and abide by all visitor guidelines or they will be asked to leave.
  •             Those with chronic health conditions should be discouraged to visit
  •             If the visitor is performing any type of patient care, they must don all PPE as a staff member would. 
  •             Visitor must maintain 3 foot distance from the patient and wear a mask and face shield as well as a gown. 
Visiting hours or guidelines may change or be suspended at any time due to the pandemic or shortage of supplies.  The clinical team will make every effort to communicate changes as they occur. Again, thank you for understanding and keeping our community, patients and staff safe during this pandemic time.