Providence Care Hospital
All visitors are screened at the Main Entrance. Only those who pass screening will be allowed to enter the hospital. All visitors must sign in at the screening desk and provide their name, the time of their visit and a contact number.
Visitors must bring a mask/face covering to wear while at the hospital. If you don’t have a face covering of your own, the hospital will provide a mask for your use. Masks/face coverings must be worn for the duration of your visit. This includes when you are inside your loved one’s room.
Please review the Guidelines for Visitors to PCH in advance of your visit. The document outlines important information about screening, use of masks/face coverings, and the process for scheduling a visit. Non-adherence to these guidelines or the instructions of staff/volunteers may lead to the discontinuation of visits.
Please note, the process for essential visitors remains unchanged. Essential visitors are individuals who have a loved one who is critically ill (as deemed by the most responsible physician) or nearing end-of-life. Please review the Guidelines for Essential Visitors to PCH in advance of your visit.
Essential visitor restrictions are in place until further notice.
- For those with a loved one who is end-of-life, only one essential visitor will be permitted to enter the Home at a time.
- Essential visitors and all staff, physicians and students will continue to be actively screened before entering the Home.
- Please read the Providence Manor Essential Visitor Guidelines for more detail.
There are a variety of ways for you to connect with your loved one, including pre-scheduled indoor and outdoor visits. Please visit the Connecting with your loved one page for more information.