At Centura Health, our communities’ health and wellness guide everything we do.
Our incredible caregivers, in coordination with officials at CDPHE and local health departments, follow all proper CDC protocols for patient handling of suspected COVID-19 cases.
Current Visitor Policy
Due to the escalating COVID-19 community spread, we are restricting all visitors across the Centura Health System. This includes visitors to the emergency departments, inpatient areas, ambulatory sites and other facilities. As the COVID-19 status continues to evolve, we encourage you to check back, as visitor restrictions are subject to change.
COVID-19 Confirmed Patients or COVID-19 Patients Under Investigation:
- No visitors are allowed
- All visitors must check in at the front desk or ER.
- Visitors are limited to one visitor per day, per patient.
- A mask or face covering is required to be worn in all areas of our clinic, including exam rooms or hospital.
- If you do not have one, we will provide you with a mask.
- If you are unable to wear a mask or face covering due to age, a medical reason, disability or it is necessary to see the mouth for communication purposes, please call us from outside our clinic or hospital and we will discuss options with you.
- This complies with the Governor’s order for mandatory face coverings.
- All visitors will be screened using standardized questions.
- All visitors will be screened for temperature. Any visitor with a temperature equal to or >100.0 will not be permitted in the facility.
- If visitors are deemed “healthy” they will receive a sticker that will be dated.
- No visitors are permitted under the age of 18 unless they are parents of hospitalized children
- These restrictions apply to infants and siblings
- Other family members or friends will not be permitted to enter the facility or to wait in lobbies or common areas, including any/all areas of the hospital/entity—lobbies, waiting areas, common spaces, chapels, cafeteria, and/or any other area within the care location
- These restrictions apply to all care locations, including ambulatory and urgent care facilities
Exceptions to these restrictions may be made in specific circumstances (including end-of-life care; two parents/caregivers of pediatric patients, if neither is symptomatic; and labor and delivery, including professional support person or postpartum helper) and with prior approval.