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Last updated Monday April 3, 2023
Masking strongly recommended for all SVH locations
We know how vital visitors are to our patients while they are healing. Sonoma Valley Hospital entrance screening is no longer required but we ask all visitors to assess their health status before entering our facility. Proof of vaccination is no longer required for SVH visitors.
Masking for visitors is strongly recommended and masks will be available at all entrances.
Visitors are to go directly to a patient’s room and remain there until they exit the facility.
Visitors are not allowed for suspected or confirmed COVID positive patients unless for end of life and/or extenuating circumstances and approved by attending physician.
- Inpatients: Up to TWO visitors per patient may be present in a patient’s room at a given time.
- Emergency Department: Space permitting, up to TWO visitors per patient for the duration of the ED stay will be allowed.
- Surgical Care Unit: As capacity allows, up to one visitor will be allowed in the SCU and up to TWO visitors in the SCU waiting room.
NOTE: This visitation policy is subject to change by administration to comply with infection prevention, patient, and staff safety measures (updated 04.03.2023)
MASKING: Masks are strongly recommended when in our buildings. Surgical masks are available at all entrances.
Effective, Friday, January 7, 2022 per California State Public Officer Health Order: Amending the 08.26.2021 Requirements for Visitors in Acute Health Care and Long-Term Care Settings. View full order HERE
Thank you and we appreciate your cooperation to keep patients, staff, and community safe.