Note: All restrictions are in place until further notice.
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- Visitor restrictions:
Unity Center for Behavioral Health is not allowing visitors. The specific exception is that two (2) same parents or direct caregiver per day for the hospital stay, age 18 or older (who are cleared via screening protocol), may visit a pediatric hospitalized patient. Visiting hours are 9 a.m.– 9 p.m.
- All visitors must wear a mask
- Visitors must continue wearing their mask while they are in the patient’s hospital or exam room.
- Visitors are asked to bring their own mask to wear.
- Patients showing signs of sickness (like a fever or cough) will be given a hospital mask to wear.
- Visitors must also wear any other personal protective equipment (PPE) given to them by their patient’s care team.
- Exceptions: young children under age 2 and anyone who has trouble breathing
- What are the requirements for approved visitors when visiting a hospitalized patient?
Approved visitors must meet the following requirements when visiting a hospitalized patient:
- Be healthy! You may not visit if you have symptoms of respiratory infection (fever, runny nose, cough, shortness of breath). If you start to experience symptoms, please leave the hospital.
- Be the only person visiting your patient during their stay. You may not switch out with another person.
- Be 18 and older. Younger visitors will not be allowed except under extraordinary circumstances.
- Violation of any of these rules may result in your removal from our facility.
- How can I stay connected with family members or friends who are in the hospital?
We encourage family members and friends to use alternative ways to interact with patients during this time. Here are some ideas:
- Talk on the phone, if even just for a few minutes can make everyone feel connected
- Use chat to share memes and the latest news
- Camera and video use is limited at Unity. Please work with the patient’s care team on scheduling video chats such as FaceTime, skype, etc.
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- If you or someone you know might be experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis, dial 9-1-1 or contact the mental health crisis line in your area.
- For immediate behavioral health emergencies, Unity Center welcomes walk-in’s
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m., Saturday–Sunday 8 a.m.–10 p.m., Holidays, 8:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.