To keep our patients and hospital staff safe and to help stop the spread of COVID-19, Grand Island Regional Medical Center has established visitor restrictions during this time.
ACCESS TO THE FACILITY:
Visitor access to the facility is limited to the front door, which is located on the west side of the facility. There will be signage at all entries reminding visitors of that access point.
After-hours visitors must use the Emergency Department entrance on the west side of the facility.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED.
NON-COVID 19 CARE:
All visitors will be screened for COVID-19 upon entry. Visitors who do not pass the screening are not permitted to enter the facility. Visitors who pass the screening will be expected to adhere to the following:
VISITING A SUSPECTED / CONFIRMED COVID-19 PATIENT:
Patients with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 may not receive visitors. We understand this is very difficult for you. It is also difficult for us too. This is necessary to limit exposure to families and community spread of the virus.
We understand the concern you have for your loved one and are committed to keeping you informed. During your loved ones stay we will gather the necessary information to communicate with you regarding your loved one.
We appreciate your cooperation. For specific requests or questions, please call (308) 675-5000.