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Visiting Restrictions

January 9, 2015: Campbell County Health has lifted visiting restrictions on the Medical/Surgical and Intensive Care Units at Campbell County Memorial Hospital. Visiting restrictions continue to be in place on the Maternal ChildUnit at Campbell County Memorial Hospital, and Pioneer Manor visiting restrictions remain in place.

  • Maternal Child has restricted visiting to the mother's spouse or signifiant other and two additional visitors at any one time. Visiting in Labor & Deliver is always limited to three.
  • Children under 12 years old are not permitted to visit. The newborns's sibling(s), who are under 12 years old, may visit if they are screened for symptoms of illness by Maternal Child nurses.
  • Visitors who feel ill should not visit.
  • Masks and hand sanitizer are available throughout the hospital and at each entrance. Patients presenting at the Emergency Department, Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in Clinic, Main Clinic or other speciality clinics in the hospital should wear a mask and use hand sanitizer if they feel ill or have cold or flu symptoms such as fever or cough.

December 28, 2014: Campbell County Health has updated visiting restrictions to include no visiting by children 12 years or younger on the Medical/Surgical and Intensive Care Units.

CCH has experienced an 50 percent positivety rate of those tested for influenza and this is to protect our patients and employees. Community-wide monitoring will continue and the restrictions will be lifted when appropriate.

December 23, 2014: Campbell County Health has initiated visiting restrictions on the Maternal Child and Labor & Delivery unit due to a recent rise in cases of influenza, or flu, within the community. Pioneer Manor visiting restrictions remain in place.

  • Maternal Child has restricted visiting to the mother's spouse or significant other and two additional visitors at any one time. Visiting in Labor & Delivery is always limited to three.
  • Children under 12 years old are not permitted to visit.
  • Visitors who feel ill should not visit.
  • Masks and hand sanitizer are available throughout the hospital and at each entrance. Patients presenting at the Emergency Department, Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in Clinic or other specialty clinics in the hospital should wear a mask and use hand sanitizer if they feel ill or have cold or flu symptoms such as fever or cough.

December 10, 2014: Pioneer Manor long term care facility has initiated visiting restrictions due to confirmed cases of influenza, or flu.

  • Children under 12 years old are not permitted to visit.
  • Community groups are being asked not to visit at this time. Pioneer Manor resident's families are welcome to visit.
  • All visitors must wear a mask while in the facility and use hand sanitizer prior to visiting any resident. Masks and hand sanitizer stations are located at each entrance to Pioneer Manor.
  • Visitors who feel ill, or have symptoms such as fever or cough, should not visit.

Questions?

For more information on visiting restrictions at CCH, contact Veronica Taylor, Infection Prevention, Professional Development, & Disaster Preparedness, at 307.688.1000.

Check out CCH's Flu 411 section for facts on the flu and more. You can also visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at www.cdc.gov/flu/index.htm.

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