Under recommendation from the Ohio Hospital Association, beginning Friday, March 20 at 6 a.m., Fisher-Titus will be updating their visitor restrictions to include:
- Screening of everyone who enters the building, including visitors, vendors, and staff. This will include a temperature check.
- Visitors must be 16 or older unless they are a parent/guardian of a patient.
- Each patient will be permitted one (1) visitor per day.
- Each patient under the age of 18 may have up to two (2) adult caregivers designated as permitted visitors for the duration of their hospital stay.
- Any person under the investigation for COVID-19 will not be allowed to have any visitors.
In addition, Fisher-Titus will be limiting entrance to the medical center to the following entrances:
- Main Visitor Entrance (Pavilion)
- Snyder/White Heart & Vascular Center
- Walcher Rehabilitation Center
- Emergency Room
Along with the new restrictions being implemented, the following visitor restrictions are still in place:
- Senior services – This includes The Carriage House, Fisher-Titus Transitional Care Unit, Norwalk Memorial Home -- No visitors are permitted in an effort to protect our most vulnerable population. This was in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
- Fisher Titus outpatient offices -- Only one person may accompany a patient to an appointment at any of the Fisher-Titus outpatient clinics, office locations, or outpatient service areas (lab, radiology, physical therapy, etc).
To stay up-to-date on the Fisher-Titus response to COVID-19, visit fishertitus.org/coronavirus or follow them on Facebook.