Visiting Information

  As of 11/18, updated visitation restrictions are in effect.

 

What to Expect During Your Visit

While we expect to care for COVID-19 patients for some time, we’ve taken extra steps to create a safe, secure environment for our patients, families and staff. During your visit, please note the following restrictions that are designed to keep you and your family safe:

 

Face Masks

A mask covering the nose and mouth are required to be worn at all times. If a person is wearing a mask with a one-way vent, an ear loop mask must replace the vented mask or may be worn over the vented mask. Ear loop masks will be provided at each entrance if you do not have one.

 

The CDC does not recommend using one-way valves or vented masks as they do not prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Anyone wearing these types of masks into a Beaumont facility will be asked to cover them with a standard ear-loop mask.

 

Safe Visitation Practices

  • Practice social distancing, keeping 6 feet from others at all times. A person visiting may be asked to leave a care area if safety or social distancing cannot be maintained.
  • If visiting an inpatient, stay in the patient’s room at all times except for quick trips to the bathroom or to purchase food.
  • Clean hands upon entry and exit to any patient care area.
  • Disposable gloves must be removed and thrown away.
  • Leave the Beaumont facility immediately after the visit is over.
  • Learn more about how Beaumont is keeping you safe.
 

COVID-19 Symptom Screenings

Each person will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering the facility. Every person visiting must be free of COVID-19 symptoms, COVID-19 diagnosis and must not be waiting for COVID-19 test results.

  • Each person visiting must complete a COVID-19 screening upon each visit.
  • People screening positive will not be allowed to visit.
  • People screening negative will be given a sticker that must be worn at all times.
 



Visitation Information

While it remains important to continue with some restrictions to maintain the safety of our patients, their families, our employees and physicians, we look forward to the day when COVID-19 is no longer a threat and we are able to welcome family and friends without these modifications.


Please select a location:

 

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • A support person may escort a patient into the Emergency Center and remain present. If the patient is admitted, support person must then leave the building.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present EXCEPT for families of babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) who must talk with the doctor/nurse about special NICU visitation.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • A support person may escort a patient into the Emergency Center and remain present. If the patient is admitted, support person must then leave the building.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • For patients in the Emergency Center, unless the support person is essential to the patient’s care per the exceptions listed above, all support people must leave the building once the patient has registered in the Emergency Center.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • A support person may escort a patient into the Emergency Center and remain present. If the patient is admitted, support person must then leave the building.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present EXCEPT for families of babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) who must talk with the doctor/nurse about special NICU visitation.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • For patients in the Emergency Center, unless the support person is essential to the patient’s care per the exceptions listed above, all support people must leave the building once the patient has registered in the Emergency Center.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • A support person may accompany a person to the Emergency Center; however once the patient has been registered, the support person must leave the building.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests

No one will be allowed in rooms of patients with pending or positive COVID-19 tests except for individuals who are approaching the end-of-life, patients under 21 years of age, women in labor, or other extreme circumstances where the benefits of presence outweigh the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

  • End-of-life allows for up to TWO support people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section may have ONE birth partner present.
  • Children (under 21 years old) may have ONE parent/legal guardian at the bedside.
  • Exceptions for other extreme circumstances must be approved by clinical leadership.
  • A support person may remain with a person being admitted to the hospital until the person has registered. The support person must then leave the building.

Patients who do not have COVID-19

No one may visit, except in the following situations:

ONE support person may be present in the following situations:

  • Woman with pregnancy complications.
  • Person who is in serious or critical condition or in hospice care.
  • Adult with cognitive, physical, or mental disability who needs help with communicating, daily physical care, or emotional support.
  • Person undergoing a surgical procedure.
  • Person having an outpatient test, procedure, or treatment where support is needed to assist patient in getting to and from the appointment. Arrangements must be made in advance.
  • Person who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
  • For patients in the Emergency Center, unless the support person is essential to the patient’s care per the exceptions listed above, all support people must leave the building once the patient has registered in the Emergency Center.

TWO support people may be present in the following situations:

  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.
  • Children who are 21 years or under may have TWO parents/legal guardians present EXCEPT for families of babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) who must talk with the doctor/nurse about special NICU visitation.
  • Person at end-of-life may have TWO people at the bedside. Community clergy counts as one of the two people.

Exceptions only apply if visitors screen negative for symptoms of respiratory infection. Any visitation request that differs from these guidelines will be reviewed by clinical leadership or the administrator on call.


Anyone under the age of 16 is not allowed to visit, except under extreme circumstances.

Patients who do not have or are not suspected of having COVID-19

ONE support person may visit between 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

  • For those who are at end-of-life or being evaluated for hospice care, TWO support people may visit. External clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Laboring woman may have BOTH support person and doula present.

In the following situations, ONE support person may be present before and after visiting hours:

  • Patient at end-of-life. (TWO people may be present.)
  • A laboring woman. (Birth partner and doula may be present.)
  • Patient having surgery or in serious or critical condition, or in hospice care.
  • Adult patient needing a support person to help provide care, speak for them, or help control their stress and behavior.
  • Patient being admitted. Except for an adult patient who is in serious/critical condition, unable to control anxiety/behavior, or unable to speak for themselves, support person should leave once the patient has settled in with a staff member.

Children (21 years of age or under): TWO parents/legal guardians may be present 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.; ONE may stay overnight.


Emergency Center: Except for an adult patient who is in serious/critical condition, unable to control anxiety/behavior, or unable to speak for themselves, support person should leave the building once the patient has settled in with a staff member.


Patients who have been diagnosed with or are suspected of having COVID-19

Visitation is restricted. ONE support person may be present in the following circumstances:

  • For those who are at end-of-life or being evaluated for hospice care, TWO support people may visit. External clergy counts as one of the two support people.
  • Pregnant woman in labor, pre-term labor, or requiring C-section, pre-natal testing, procedure, or genetic counseling.
  • Child who is 21 years of age or under.
  • Patient being admitted to the hospital or screened in the Emergency Center. Once the patient has settled in with a staff member, the support person will be asked to leave the building.
  • Patient who needs a support person to learn how to care for them after discharge.

For outpatient appointment visitor information, go to beaumont.org/op-visits.

 



Staying Connected to Your Loved One

While restricting visitation is necessary to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection, we know how important family and friends are to health and healing. Learn how you may “see” and “be with” your family and friends during the COVID-19 pandemic:


  • Call in-room, hospital phone.
  • Leave a personal cell phone, tablet or laptop for audio/video calls or texting.
  • If your loved one has been issued a Beaumont-owned electronic device (i.e., iPad or tablet), you may speak with them via the 8x8 Video Meetings app. Guides for patients and family members are available for download.
  • Connect with your loved one’s doctor, nurse, and other health care team.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Children (<16 years) should not visit Beaumont except for end-of-life or other extreme situations where their presence has been approved. This includes patient rooms and waiting areas. For outpatient appointments, patients must arrange for childcare or reschedule the appointment as necessary.

Employees wash or sanitize their hands each time they enter and exit a patient’s room. They also wear Personal Protection Equipment (gown, gloves, face shields, or goggles) when they enter the room of a patient with an infectious illness. Employees safely dispose of these items before going into the next patient room to keep clothing free from germs so they may safely care for other patients. Beaumont is following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and screening protocols and following infection control prevention best practices. We are also remaining in close communication with state and county public health officials to monitor the spread of the virus.


Please know that all hospitals and health systems regularly prepare for disease outbreaks, conduct regular preparedness drills, and are able to adapt quickly to infectious disease outbreaks. We are always training our staff on how to protect patients and themselves as they care for patients.

Call ahead to Beaumont’s COVID-19 hotline, 800-592-4784, or your physician’s office before attempting to get screened. If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, please call 911.

  • Stay home when you are sick (fever, cough, upper respiratory infection symptoms).
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, especially before eating, after coughing or sneezing, and after using the bathroom.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. The best way to cover your mouth and nose is to cough or sneeze into the elbow of your arm. Throw tissues away immediately and wash your hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Clean frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

To reduce the number of unwanted germs that are taken back home, we strongly discourage personal items being brought to the hospital that are not truly necessary. If you do have items to drop off, please limit the items to one small bag of personal belongings. Do not send items of significant value, with the exception of personal phones or devices your loved one may use to communicate with you. Items should be placed in a clean bag and labeled with your loved one’s name and room number. Leave the bag with the staff manning the main entrance. The bag will be delivered to the patient room. Please make sure only healthy family members bring items to the hospital.

For your comfort, the following amenities are available:

  • A blanket and pillow may be provided when requested
  • 24/7 Access to vending machines on some patient units and lobbies
  • Cafeteria and food courts (hours may be limited to daytime hours)
  • Public restrooms are available on each unit
 
Call the Beaumont Coronavirus Hotline at 800-592-4784
A community resource for timely, accurate information about COVID-19.

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Patient and Family-Centered Care

We recognize the important role families provide in supporting the health, healing and well-being of patients in their health journey. We provide an environment where families are valued and honored members of the care team. We believe that partnering with patients and families is essential to the care we deliver.

 

Patient and Family Advisors

We continue to look for new ways to strengthen our partnership with our patients and their families, and we encourage you to volunteer as advisors and partner with us to improve the overall experience of patient care.