Effective March 14, 2022, our visiting hours are as follows:

  • Critical Care units – visitation is 11am-1 pm and 4-7pm.Two visitors per day. Two visitors maximum at the bedside. All visitors must be at least 12 years old. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Medical/Surgical units – visitation is 12-7pm. Two visitors per day. Two visitors maximum at the bedside.
  • Behavioral Health units – visitation is 6:30-7:30pm. One visitor per day.
  • Emergency Department – one visitor allowed at the bedside, as conditions allow.

•For patients on COVID-19 precautions, visitation is suspended, with certain exceptions.

Visitors are required to be fully vaccinated (or show proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours) and to properly wear masks at all times, covering the nose and mouth.  Any visitor who is not compliant with this practice will be asked to leave the hospital.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Mather Hospital recognizes the importance of the support provided to our patients by family and friends. When no health issue prevents us, we offer open visiting hours to patients on Medical/Surgical floors, Telemetry, ICU, CCU and the Transitional Care Unit. All visitors to patients on these units enjoy full and equal visitation privileges consistent with the patient’s preference. Mather Hospital is committed to providing an environment that recognizes the uniqueness of each individual, with respect to race, gender, age, cultural background, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religion and/or any other types of diversity.

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There may be occasions when visiting will be restricted based on the needs of the patients and safety considerations for all patients. Such situations may include:

  • The need to provide periods of rest and privacy for the patient and other patients that may be in their shared room.
  • The need to address infection control issues.
  • The need to provide time for diagnostic testing or when the patient is undergoing care interventions.
  • When visitation may interfere with the care of other patients.
  • Court order that prohibits visitation.
  • Behavior presenting a direct risk or threat to the patient, hospital or others in the immediate environment.