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COVID-19 Community Levels  Hospital COVID-19 Statistics *Last updated on 1/26/23 at 9:19  AM COVID-19 Community RISK : LOW

For Visitors

Our intent is to create a safe, private environment for all patients, visitors and employees while allowing ample opportunity to visit friends and relatives. As a visitor in our hospital, you are agreeing to the following guidelines:

  • General visiting hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. daily. Critical Care Unit and Labor and Delivery have specific visitation policies. Please ask your nurse for further information in these units.
  • 1 to 2 visitors will be allowed depending on patient's status.
  • No children or person under 16 years of age will be permitted at any Midland Health facilities, unless they are here to receive medical treatment or have been emancipated as an adult and are here in a parental/spousal capacity.
  • In any waiting room, please limit four (4) people for every patient.
  • Please wash your hands as you enter and before leaving patient’s room. Visitors who are ill are asked NOT to visit patients for their health and safety.
  • Due to fire and safety codes, please avoid standing and visiting in the hallways.
  • Latex balloons are not allowed in the hospital. Flowers are not allowed in the Critical Care Unit.
  • All visitors must abide by our tobacco-free campus policy. Patients, visitors and staff are prohibited from smoking or using tobacco products on our campus, this includes our parking lots.

Please respect all requests made by physicians and hospital staff.

Midland Memorial Hospital has the right to change these guidelines at any time. Behavior that interrupts or interferes with patient care is cause to be removed from hospital grounds. The safety of our patients, visitors, and staff is important to the family at MMH.

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