Doylestown Health is consistent with the COVID-19 recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Doylestown Health supports continued proactive efforts to prevent an uncontrolled outbreak among our most vulnerable populations, including unvaccinated adults as well as children who are ineligible for vaccination at this time.

For more Doylestown Health COVID-19 information, visit our COVID-19 Update page.

Visiting Hours

Doylestown Hospital Visiting Hours

All visitors will be screened and must wear a mask.

Visiting Hours

  • General Inpatients: 10 am to 8 pm
    (Visitors are not permitted for COVID patients.)
  • See below for Maternity Center hours and guidelines.
  • ICU, IMU, CVICU and IVU: 10 am to 10 pm

Visitor Policy

TWO VISITORS AT A TIME

All visitors must wear a mask at all times.

Visitors must check in and receive a visitor's badge prior to going to the patient's room.  While there is a maximum of two visitors per patient at one time, there may be different visitors throughout the day (during visiting hours).

This includes:

  • Adult Inpatients (except Maternity Center)
  • Emergency Department (when patient is in a room*)
  • Surgical procedures
  • Outpatients with significant disability (e.g. Cognitive)
  • Pediatric Department: 2 parents/guardians per patient, per day

End-of-life Care: 4 visitors at a time

Patients may request a visit from clergy.

*One visitor can be present from arrival through triage. 

Visitor Guidelines

No food or drink in the patient room for visitor(s).

VIA Maternity Center Guidelines

  • Maternity patients are allowed two support persons during delivery and following delivery.  It must be the SAME two people the entire visit.
  • The second person will receive a wrist band and may visit between Noon and 8 pm.
  • The waiting room will not be open since both support persons will be in the room with the patient and no other family is allowed to be present.
  • No siblings permitted at this time.
  • If the patient has a doula (allowed only during delivery), the doula must be vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19. 

 

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