McLaren Macomb
Patient and Visitor Information

Patient & Visitor Information

Visiting hours are 11 am to 7 pm
Pursuant to CDC recommendations for healthcare facilities: masks are still required to be worn inside hospital facilities & enclosed areas on campus

EVERYONE visiting must:

  • Enter at Main entrance or Mat Gaberty (East) entrance ONLY – except for Surgical Patients and their companion who may enter at the Surgery Center Entrance.
  • Visitors are limited to family/significant others; Age of 18 years or older.
  • Be screened for COVID-19 upon entry and complete a health screening assessment by answering COVID-19 screening questions.
  • People screening positive will not be allowed to visit.
  • People screening negative will be given a “sticker” for the duration of the visit.
  • Visitors must sign Visitors Log upon entry.
  • Be free of COVID-19 symptoms/diagnosis and/or must NOT be waiting on COVID-19 test results.
  • Wear a face mask for duration of your visit, including inside the patient room.
  • A face mask will be provided if you do not have one.
  • Any persons refusing to wear a mask will not be permitted.
  • Practice social distancing, keeping 6 feet from others at all times.
  • Clean hands each time you enter and exit a patient care area.
  • Remain in the patient’s room, call the RN/desk for staff questions from the room.
  • Visitors are not allowed in the cafeteria.

A person visiting may be asked to leave a patient care area if safety or social distancing cannot be maintained.

If you are at high risk for COVID-19 complications, please stay home!

COVID-19 Screening

  • COVID diagnosis in past 14 days
  • COVID test pending
  • Exposure to someone with COVID within past 14 days
  • Fever > 100.0◦ F
  • New cough
  • New shortness of breath
  • New flu-like symptoms such as body aches
  • New onset diarrhea
  • Recent loss of taste or smell

Visitation for NON COVID-19 Related Patients:

  • ONE single visit by one support person is allowed per day.
  • TWO support people or parents/legal guardians are welcome for the following:
  • - Patients being evaluated for/on hospice care or nearing end of life
    - Children (21yrs of age or under)
    - Patient with special needs: sensory/emotional/mental impairment
    - Patients with guardianship/DPOA needs
    - Family Birthing – One birth coach and one significant other

Visitation for COVID-19 Suspected or Confirmed Patients:

Visitation is restricted. No one will be allowed in rooms of patients who have or are suspected of having COVID-19 except:

  • ONE support person or parent/legal guardian may be present for the following:
  • - Pregnant woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section, prenatal testing, procedure, or genetic counseling
    - Child who is 21 years of age or under
    - Adult with disability who needs help with communicating or managing anxiety
    - Patient being admitted to hospital; once patient has been registered, they should leave the building
    - As approved, patient who needs a support person to learn how to care for them after discharge
  • TWO support people may visit a patient who is being evaluated for hospice care or nearing the end-of-life
  • Additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will be provided and must be worn at all times during visit
Accompanying Outpatient and Emergency Center Care:
  • Each patient may bring ONE support person with them. Children under 21 may come with TWO parent/legal guardians. Others must wait outside of the building until the patient is ready to leave. Patients must not bring children < 16 years of age to their appointment
  • Emergency Center (EC) – One support person is allowed and is subject to restrictions outlined above

Keeping our patients and employees safe during COVID-19

We have steadfastly continued to provide life-saving care throughout the onset of coronavirus and are determined to meet the health care needs of the communities we serve into the future.

Learn about the measures we're taking to help keep patients and employees safe during these unprecedented times.

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