Updated June 1, 2022
Schneider Regional Medical Center has resumed patient visitation effective June 1, 2022.
Patient visits are allowed under the following conditions:
- Visiting hours are 10 am to 7 pm daily.
- Only one visitor is allowed at a time.
- Face masks (covering the nose and mouth) are required at all times.
- Patients admitted through the Emergency Department are allowed one accompanying person. The accompanying person may assist in the admission process only. The designated visitor may accompany the patient to the operating room or perioperative services during an emergency. The accompanying person is not allowed to remain in the OR during the procedure.
- Patients scheduled for surgical procedures are allowed one accompanying person. The accompanying person is not allowed to remain in the OR during the procedure.
- All visitors, including those accompanying admitted patients, must show proof of vaccination or negative test within 96-hours, and must wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth at all times.
- Visitors to the Behavioral Health Unit (BHU) are allowed by physician approval only.
- HID Unit – visitation is only allowed in extenuated circumstances andapproval of the visitation committee.
- Pediatric COVID-19 positive patient – is allowed one accompanying parent or guardian to remain in the room for the entire admission.
- Adult COVID-19 positive patient – visitation is only allowed in extenuated circumstances and approval of the visitation committee.
- Visitor restriction continues to apply for the Hemodialysis unit; no visitors are allowed.
- Social distancing continues to apply during all visits.
- Virtual visitation remains available to all patients.
- Visitation outside the above guidelines must be approved by the visitation approval committee
“We recognize the importance of visitation to our patients’ recovery and overall well-being. A visit from a family member or friend can boost a patient’s morale and provide them comfort and relief. We will continue to prioritize patient and staff safety and will monitor and adjust the visitation program if necessary.” – Tina Comissiong, Esq., Chief Executive Officer.
“SRMC will continue to work with our local partners at the Virgin Islands Department of Health and follow the guidance of the CDC as it applies to safety measures for our organization.” – Chris Borgeson, Vice President of Operations.
For more information on visiting hours, call (340) 776-8311.