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UnityPoint Clinic - Express (Morton)

1909 North Morton Avenue
Morton, IL 61550

Current Estimated Wait:
0 hr 2 min

UnityPoint Clinic - Express (Peoria)

8914 North Knoxville Avenue
Peoria, IL 61615

Current Estimated Wait:
0 hr 0 min

UnityPoint Clinic - Express (Washington)

209 North Cummings Lane
Washington, IL 61571

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UnityPoint Clinic First Care - East Peoria

2535 East Washington Street
East Peoria, IL 61611

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UnityPoint Clinic First Care - Peoria Heights

1120 East War Memorial Drive
Peoria Heights, IL 61616

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Visitors

Visitor Guidelines Now in Place

Effective immediately at all locations of UnityPoint Health – Central Illinois. All patients and visitors ages 2 and up are still required to wear a mask while at our locations, regardless of vaccination status. If you don't have a mask, you may request one upon arrival.

Visitors allowed within our facilities must be healthy. Visitors will not be allowed if displaying signs or symptoms of an influenza-like illness, which includes a fever, with cough or sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, shaking with chills and new loss of taste or smell. If you show symptoms, you may be asked to leave.

Inpatient Visiting Hours

  • Methodist: Between 8am and 8pm (7 days a week), visitors can enter through the main lobby. After 8pm, visitors are still permitted to enter through main lobby, but must check in with information desk attendant first.
  • Proctor: Between 8am and 8 pm (7 days a week), visitors can enter through the main lobby. After 8 pm, main entrance doors will be locked and visitors/patients can use outside phone to call the operator, or enter through the Emergency Department entrance.
  • Pekin: Between 8am - 6pm (M-F) and 8am - 2:30pm (Saturday and Sunday) visitors enter through the main lobby. After 6pm (M-F) and 2:30pm (Saturday and Sunday), visitors will check in at the Emergency Department entrance.

Emergency Department

  • Two visitors may accompany the patient during evaluation.

  • Covid positive patients may have one visitor accompany during evaluation. Visitor must be vaccinated.

  • Covid positive minor patients may have two parents or guardians accompany during evaluation.
  • Patients nearing the end of life may have four people in their room. Visitors may rotate in and out. Clergy will not be counted in that number.

Inpatient Units, Outpatient Departments, Maternity, Post-partum, Pediatrics:

  • All waiting rooms are open
  • Visitor screenings: Visitors must self-attest to being symptom free from current illness and have not tested positive for Covid-19 or been in close contact with someone who has had Covid-19 in the last 10 days
  • Visitors will not be required to check in at front desk or receive a visitor tag during normal visiting hours
  • After 8 p.m. front doors will lock, and visitors will need to check in at front lobby desk
  • ICU unit: Visitors must be 12 years or older
  • Due to certain medical conditions, some patients may be limited on visitors who are under the age of 18. (i.e.-oncology patients, neutropenic patients)
  • Special Care Nursery visitors limited to two visitors, sibling visits can be arranged
  • Overnight visitors allowed with approval and are limited to 18 years or older

Transitional Care Center and Behavioral Health Units

Unit specific guidelines for visitation will be followed for Transitional Care Center and the Behavioral Health units. Contact the Behavioral Health unit to schedule a visit, no walk-in visitors will be allowed.

Emergency Behavioral Health Intake: One visitor may accompany the patient during evaluation. Patients under 18 years may have two visitors.

COVID-19 Positive Inpatients

COVID-19 positive inpatients are allowed 2 visitors except during end of life, visitors must be vaccinated and comply with PPE use and prevention efforts. Visitors may rotate in and out. Virtual visits are also available for all COVID-19 positive patients. If you have patients or families that need assistance setting up a virtual visit, please send an email request to Patient_Advocate@unitypoint.org.

Questions

All visitors will be asked to leave if they are symptomatic or do not meet the above criteria. For any questions regarding visitor policies, please contact our patient advocate team by email at Patient_Advocate@unitypoint.org.

Virtual Visits

If you have patients or families that need assistance setting up a virtual visit, please send an email request to Patient_Advocate@unitypoint.org.

Enter "virtual visit" in the subject line and please include the patient's name, room number and family contact info. Assistance is available from 8am- 5pm M- F.

For more ways to protect against the spread of COVID-19 and seasonal influenza, and for the latest updates and guidance in this rapidly evolving situation, please visit the websites of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Peoria City and County Health Department, Tazewell Health Department, and Illinois Department of Public Health.


Welcome to UnityPoint Health, where we coordinate your care to give you the best outcome! Whether you are here as a patient, family member or visitor, we are committed to meeting your needs.

Parking at UnityPoint Health – Methodist


Parking is always free at UnityPoint Health for our patients, visitors and guests.

Visitors and most patients should park in Parking Deck A at the corner of Hamilton Blvd. and Glen Oak Ave. Please enter the deck from Hamilton Blvd. The deck is connected by a skywalk to the hospital's main entrance.

Free Valet

Free valet parking is available at UnityPoint Health - Methodist.

Parking at UnityPoint Health – Proctor & Pekin

Parking is available in surface lots located around our Proctor and Pekin campuses. Parking is free and open, unless otherwise noted.

Pastoral Care

At UnityPoint Health, we coordinate care to address your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Our Pastoral Care Department is an interfaith staff of clergy trained in hospital ministry, with a special emphasis on helping and supporting people who are experiencing stressful and emotional situations.

Chaplains are available at Methodist Sunday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Chaplains are on-call at all other times for emergencies and other critical situations. In addition, Catholic lay people commissioned as Eucharistic Ministers provide Holy Communion to our Catholic patients. Sacramental ministry is also available for our Protestant patients upon request.

Chaplains are available around the clock at Proctor. Your care provider will assist you if you request the support of a chaplain.

Chapels are located on the first floors of both the Methodist and Proctor campuses. They are open to patients, visitors and employees for private meditation, except during scheduled services.

Sunday Services at Methodist

Protestant Worship & Communion: 11 to 11 a.m.

Methodist Inn

For reservations, call (309) 672-5945.

Our patients' family members who live outside the Peoria area can enjoy free overnight accommodations in the Methodist Inn. These comfortable hotel-like rooms are conveniently located within the Methodist campus. All have in-room TV and phone and most offer a private bath and shower. Coffee, tea, soft drinks and a daily continental breakfast are provided in the nearby family lounge.

Patients scheduled for an early-morning procedure may also request a reservation for an Inn room. Use is limited to the night before and the night following the procedure.

The UnityPoint Health – Methodist | Proctor Foundation accepts donations in the name of the Methodist Inn to keep this free service available.

Find out more about overnight accommodations available at hotels and motels throughout the Peoria area.

Proctor Family Care

The Family Care Program is for patients traveling from outlying areas to Proctor for major surgical and interventional medical procedures and out-of-town family members of a Proctor patient.

A limited number of free cafeteria vouchers are available for immediate family members who are participants in the Family Care Program. The Proctor cafeteria is located on the 1st floor, serving breakfast from 6 to 10 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 7:00 p.m. The cafeteria grill is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Vending machines are available 24/7 adjacent to the cafeteria.

Program Eligibility

For details regarding this program or to determine if you or family members or eligible, please contact, the Family Care Social Service Department (800) 331-7440 or (309) 691-1032.