The Premier Health hospitals include Atrium Medical Center in Middletown, Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Miami Valley Hospital North in Englewood, Miami Valley Hospital South in Centerville, and Upper Valley Medical Center near Troy.
Premier said other precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 will remain in place, such as:
- Emergency patients may be accompanied by one support person or visitor at a time;
- No visitation allowed by children younger than 12;
- No visitation for outpatient testing, such as non-invasive radiology testing, routine X-rays, and lab studies unless the patient needs mobility, language, cognitive, or other assistance;
- Minor patients can have two support persons or visitors in the emergency department and as inpatient, but this is limited to parents or guardians;
- At office visits, patients can have one support person or visitor;
- Patients will be permitted one visitor per day;
- Visitation should be limited to one hour;
- Visitors for any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patient must remain in the room or leave the facility after the visit;
- Visitors should wear a mask in all areas of the hospital, including in private patient rooms;
- For maternity patients, two support persons, such as a partner and doula, will be permitted per day for all stages including antepartum, delivery and postpartum;
- For maternity patients testing positive for COVID-19, only one support person will be allowed, staying in the room masked;
- NICU patients will be allowed two visitors for the duration of the patient’s stay (parents, grandparents, or pre-identified support persons). If the mother tested positive, she and her support person will not be allowed to visit the NICU until non-infectious by current CDC definition.
For a complete list of visitor restrictions at Premier Health hospitals, visit www.premierhealth.com/COVID19