Changes to Services and Visitation Policy at Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus

Safety is our commitment to you — please don’t delay your health care.

Please see the updated guidelines below

Woman wearing a mask is having her temperature taken while visiting the hospital

EFFECTIVE – May 24, 2022

  • Adult Inpatient (Non-COVID) unit, visitation at bedside is limited to (1) visitor at a time during visiting hours 11a-8p.
  • Intensive Care Unit (Non-COVID) visitation at bedside is limited to (1) visitor at a time during visiting hours 11a-7p (MMCSC).
  • Outpatients may be accompanied by (1) support person, who may be directed to an alternate waiting area to ensure physical distancing.
  • Same Day Surgery or Medical Day Stay patients can have (1) visitor accompany them to the surgical prep area. It is recommended that the visitor leave during the procedure and rejoin the patient for the discharge process. Pediatric surgical patients are limited to parents or guardians. (max of (2) people)
  • Non-COVID Emergency Department visitation at bedside is limited to (1) visitor at the bedside.
  • We will accommodate all visitation in compliance with Department of Health and Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines.
  • Visitors under 18 years of age will not be permitted.

* Masks must be worn during the entire time of visit by both visitor and patient. Please note that additional visitors may not wait inside the hospital for their turn to visit the patient.

Safety Measures

All approved visitors will be screened at the entrance prior to being given a visitor pass. If a visitor presents with cold or flu-like systems, that individual will not be allowed to visit or stay in the building. All visitors will be asked if they have been advised to self-quarantine because of exposure to someone with COVID-19. If any visitor has been advised to self-quarantine, they will not be allowed to visit. All visitors will be asked if they have been advised to isolate due to COVID-positive status in the last 10 days. If any visitor has been advised to isolate, they will not be allowed to visit.

In addition to the above, gatherings of family members, friends and other acquaintances of the patient in family lounges, waiting areas, the lobby, cafeteria or restaurants on campus will not be allowed.

All approved visitors must wear a mask at all times and should wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer before and after visiting.

Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus

Surgery, Same Day Surgery and Outpatient Procedures

Our surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses and OR staff are committed to providing you with the most advanced surgical care in a safe and caring environment. All staff are screened daily.

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Emergency Department

It’s safe to come in for an emergency — don’t delay care. We recognize that patients and their families may be anxious to seek medical care at this time.

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Jacqueline M. Wilentz Breast Centers

It’s safe for you to come back. Don’t delay your breast health care. Our staff, physicians and facilities are prepared to help you with all of your breast care needs.

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Mobile Unit Phlebotomy Services (MUPS)

Don’t delay your healthcare – getting important blood work has never been easier. Our phlebotomy teams are taking every precaution to keep our patients and stay safe.

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