Taking care of you... and the health of those you love... has always been
our highest priority, long before any of us could ever know what would
be in store for us this year. As we continue to navigate the COVID-19
pandemic, we have grown more confident, educated, and assured as a staff
and are able to provide quality care while incorporating safety measures
to ensure the health of our patients and their loved ones.
And while no medicine is better than the love and support of friends and
family, at this time, CDP is continuing the recommended, safety protocols
that include our restricted visitor policy.
We want to keep visitors and family members safe, especially as the fall
weather will likely bring more health challenges—such as a new flu
season—where additional people may need medical care. By minimizing
contact with as many people as possible, we have a better chance to avoid
infection and reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses that could
put our patients at risk.
While our minds are expertly trained to care for health, our hearts very
much relate to the need to be with friends and family—especially
when they’re ill. Of course, as a patient-centered health care system,
we must do everything we can to prevent the spread of disease and protect
our patients, staff and visitors.
Visitor Policy & Visitor Restrictions
No visitors are allowed except for:
Inpatients: Visitors will only be allowed based on palliative-care needs. Family members
should call the hospital/unit before coming.
Emergency department: One visitor for pediatric, vulnerable adult, trauma or other patient requiring
communication to a health care provider on their behalf.
Pediatric patients: One adult visitor allowed per patient.
Labor and delivery patients: One adult visitor allowed per patient (one designated/same visitor for
the entire patient stay).
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.