Conemaugh Nason Medical Center adjusts visitor policy | WTAJ

ROARING SPRING, Pa. (WTAJ) – Conemaugh Nason Medical Center is adjusting its visitation policy starting November 23, which will include one visitor per patient for people in intensive care / medico-surgical units.

Patients in intensive care / medical-surgical units are entitled to one visitor per day from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. The other updates are available below:

• Labor and childbirth: A support person for the duration of the stay. No other visitors are allowed at this time.
• Minors (under 18): A parent or guardian for the duration of the stay.
• Emergency service: A support person during the visit to the emergency room.
• Outpatient appointments: A support person is allowed to help patients who need additional assistance. • End of life, as well as other situations where a patient’s well-being or mental state benefits visitors, will be approved by the attending physician in coordination with staff.

Visitors must remain in the patient’s room for the duration of the visit and social distancing will be in place, along with a universal masking policy.

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