Next to our patients, our patients' friends and family members are the most important people we know. Spending time with someone who cares during a hospital stay stimulates smiles and lifts spirits – on both sides of the hospital bed.
Updated Visitor Restrictions In Effect During COVID-19 Pandemic
The health and safety of our patients, visitors, employees, and our communities remains our top priority at Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital.
As we continue to monitor the developing coronavirus situation, we are revising our visitation policy to protect our community against the spread of respiratory illness, including COVID-19. The following visitor restrictions are in effect.
Visiting Hours: 7a.m.-7p.m.:
- No limit on who may visit.
- ONE visitor is permitted in the room at a time. Others waiting to visit should wait outside or in the main lobby and maintain social distancing. If the patient has a child- ONE child is permitted with either a parent or guardian in the room during the visit.
- Visitors must enter through either the main entrance or rehab hall entrances.
- Visitors will be screened via the screening questionnaire for any COVID like symptoms; if a visitor has any COVID like symptoms- they should visit at another time.
- No time limit on visitation.
- A face mask must be worn at all times.
- Visitors must hand sanitize upon entering and leaving the facility.
- Visitors must maintain social distancing while in the facility.
- Visitors must remain in patient’s room during the visit.
- If a patient is COVID positive or a PUI- visitation can resume after that patient is removed from isolation.
Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital abides all ADA laws for those with intellectual or physical disabilities and a support person is permitted.
Here are some guidelines for our visitors to follow:
Wash your hands often while visiting our facility. It prevents the spread of germs that can cause infection.
If you have a fever, cold, or any infection, please stay home.
Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital is smoke and tobacco-free. No smoking or vaping is allowed anywhere on the grounds.
When bringing food or drink from outside of the hospital, please check with your family members nurse to ensure it is safe for them to have.
Family members should consult with the case manager regarding the patient therapy schedule.
Overnight visitors are permitted, but limited to one per night.
Visitation with children is welcomed. When visiting, we ask that children remain in their family members rooms and supervised at all times. Children visitation with patients in isolation is discouraged.
Family participation in therapy sessions is a necessary part of your loved one's treatment. Family participation in therapy will be coordinated and scheduled by your loved one's case manager.