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Safety First:
Visitor Policy Updated April 1, 2022

To help maintain the best possible health for our patients, visitors, staff, and community, Crossroads has updated our visitor guidelines due to the steady decline of COVID-19 in our area.


Visitor/Support Person Guidelines:

  • Visitors/Support Person will be screened upon entry for signs or symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Visitors/Support Person must always wear a visitor sticker and face covering during the visit.
  • Visitor/Support Person must practice good hand hygiene during the visit. Hand sanitizer is located throughout the facility in convenient locations.

Note: To protect our patients, all visitors with an undetermined illness or exposure are to be screened before being permitted to visit a patient.

Inpatient Medical/Surgical/Critical Care/Emergency Department:

  • Open visiting hours, with discretion by the RN to limit visitation during procedures and/or treatments.
  • Visitors are required to be screened upon entry and to wear a face covering while in the facility as a part of the state and federal guidelines and executive orders.

Surgery Department

  • Adult Patients: Open visitation with the discretion by the RN to limit visitation during procedures and/or treatments.
  • Pediatric Patients: Open visitation with the requirement of one caregiver to stay with the patient at all times.
  • Visitors are required to be screened upon entry and to wear a face covering while in the facility as a part of the state and federal guidelines and executive orders.

Covid-19 Patients:

  • Covid-19 Positive Patients or Patients Being Tested for Covid-19 – Visitation will be reviewed by Hospital Supervisor and/or Infection Control.

Crossroads Community Hospital will continue to adhere with infection control practices and socially distancing when applicable for patient and healthcare worker safety and to promote wellness in our facility.

Any questions regarding the admittance of visitors to the hospital may contact the on-duty Nursing Supervisor or Infection Control and Preventionist RN, Alyssa Spicuzza.