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Visitation Policy

In accordance with current guidance from state and local health officials, Redlands Community Hospital currently has revised its visitation policy to protect the continued health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff.

No visitors will be allowed into Redlands Community Hospital. Exceptions:

  • Patients who may be near end of life - We will work with families to ensure they can be with their family member during decision-making and critical moments.
  • Maternity patients - New mothers in labor and delivery can have ONE (1) significant other with them throughout their stay. Please read the Maternity Visitation Policy prior to your visit.
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients - Both parents with an infant in the NICU can stay with their babies.
  • Pediatric patients - both parents can be at the bedside.
  • Patients being discharged (from inpatient or outpatient surgery or procedural areas) - ONE (1) person can assist in the discharge process to hear discharge instructions.
  • Patients requiring assistance - ONE (1) parent or guardian can accompany adult individuals with special needs, such as aphasia, Down's syndrome or confusion.
  • No visitors will be permitted on the 3rd floor of the Main Hospital.

All inpatient waiting rooms are for patients only. Visitors who fall within the above exemption criteria may be on campus from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We encourage you to remain in contact with your loved ones via phone calls, texting, video chats, etc. We apologize for any inconvenience or stress this may cause and thank you for helping us maintain a healthy environment for our community.

Face masks covering the mouth and nose are required upon entry and during your entire visit.