Effective Monday, August 2nd, no visitors are allowed in the Hospital or Emergency Department at Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa except for a few exceptions listed below.
Please do not visit or accompany patients if you have a cough or cold or are sick. All visitors must wear a proper face mask at all times and maintain at least six feet of distance from other visitors and patients while on our campus.
Any visitor who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 30 days or showing any COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted entrance.
8 a.m. to 7 p.m., 7 days a week
- No visitors are allowed in the hospital or emergency department except for the specific groups outlined below:
- Pediatrics and NICU – up to two visitors at a time
- Labor & Delivery – up to two designated visitors at a time. This is inclusive of a doula if prearranged with the hospital and the doula complies with hospital PPE and infection control guidelines
- Surgical patients – up to two visitors at a time when in recovery and preparing for discharge as long as social distancing can be maintained
- Hospice/end of life – up to two visitors or by special arrangement
- Patients with physical, intellectual, and/or developmental disabilities and patients with cognitive impairments, or those requiring discharge assistance – up to two visitors at a time
All guidelines are subject to change without notice.
- Visitors will be screened for fever and other COVID-19 symptoms at designated and secured entry points.
- Visitors with symptoms or in active quarantine or isolation for COVID-19 will not be allowed to visit.
- Visitors must wear appropriate masks at all times (including in patient rooms), maintain social distancing, follow safety precautions, and limit movement while in the facility, even if vaccinated for COVID-19. No eating or drinking in patient rooms. The cafeteria is not open to visitors at this time.
Policies are in accordance with California Department of Public Health guidelines and may be superseded by stricter county guidelines.