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PMC Announces Temporary COVID-19 No-Visitor Policy

Last updated on August 26, 2021

To further assure a safe, healing healthcare environment for everyone, Parrish Medical Center is again implementing a temporary no-visitor policy effective Fri., Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. and until further notice.

This is necessary due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in Brevard County.

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Visitors will not be allowed inside the hospital except in certain situations, such as:

  • Scheduled Outpatient Appointment or Scheduled Elective Procedure*
  • *Persons requiring assistance during a scheduled appointment may be allowed one partner in care.
  • Hospice/End of Life
  • Pediatric Care (parent only)
  • Maternity/Labor and Delivery (one visitor)*
  • * Spouse/partner is limited to visitation from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. and will be required to stay in the room with mom/baby until the conclusion of their visit.
  • Emergency Department (no visitors)*
  • *No visitors except in cases of Hospice/End of Life or Pediatric Care (parent only)
  • All approved visitors will undergo a pre-screening, including temperature check. Masks/face coverings are required at all times while on premises.
  • Video visitation (mobile device required) with patients is available by contacting PMC’s Patient Experience team at 321-268-6685.
Michael Lynch
Author: Michael Lynch

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