Family and Visitor Guidelines
Any visitors who have ANY symptoms of COVID-19 are not allowed to enter.
All visitors must undergo hand hygiene and wear a surgical mask (no cloth masks) over the nose and mouth for the duration of the visit. Visitors who are found not wearing a mask during their visit will be asked to leave.
Hospital & Outpatient Clinics
Community Medical Center currently has visitation restrictions in place for all CMC facilities. Starting Wednesday, September 21, patients who are allowed visitors will need to fill out a Visitor Designation Form upon admission. All visitors must check-in at the guest service desk to verify identity and sign the Visitor Acknowledgement Form. Approved visitors must display their armband at all times while in the facility. Visitor guidelines are as follows:
|All Departments||End of Life||COVID negative patients are allowed 2 people for a one time visit in addition to their designated visitor.|
|ICU / PCU||NO VISITORS|
|Medical Surgical Unit / Ortho Unit / Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit||1 designated visitor for COVID negative patients; NO VISITORS if COVID positive||Exception: caregiver allowed for patient with mental / cognitive disability as needed.|
|Pediatric Unit / Pediatric ICU / NICU||2 Parents / Caregivers Only||If COVID positive, must sign and follow COVID Visitor Attestation and guidelines|
|Women & Newborns||1 Designated Visitor||If COVID positive, must sign and follow COVID positive Visitor Attestation and guidelines.|
|Emergency Department||NO VISITORS||Exception: parent / caregiver for children / youth under age 18. Caregiver for patients with mental / cognitive disability|
|Surgery / Endo / Interventional Radiology / Cath Lab||1 designated visitor for COVID negative patients||Exception: parent / caregiver for children / youth under age 18. Caregiver for patients with mental / cognitive disability|
Elective / Discretionary Procedures
Patient visitors should wait outside the hospital while the patient is in surgery to help us maintain social distancing with other patients, visitors and our staff.
Gifts / Balloons
Only Mylar balloons may be brought into the hospital because of the risk of latex allergies. If you wish to bring food to a patient, please check with the nurse on the patient's unit as dietary restrictions may apply.
Many helpful services are available upon request for patients and visitors.
- Language / Translation Services
- Lost & Found
- Spiritual Care
Please call Guest Services at (406) 728-4100 to find out about these services and more. We're happy to help you with anything you may need as a patient or guest at Community Medical Center.
Located on the first floor in the Main Hospital, by the cafeteria.
Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri.
9 am – 4 pm
7 am – 4 pm
P: (406) 327-4066