At Monmouth Medical Center, we are ready to see you.

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

Learn about the measures we have put in place to ensure the safest possible care.

General Visitation Guidelines

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Surgery, Same Day Surgery and Outpatient Procedures
It’s safe for you to come back: Don’t delay your health care.

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Jacqueline M. Wilentz Breast Centers
It’s safe for you to come back: Don’t delay your breast health care.

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Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program

It’s safe for you to come back: Don’t delay your cardiopulmonary health care.

Our Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Unit has reopened with all the required distancing of equipment, protocol for sanitation of equipment and patient education regarding precautionary measures required to promote safety of patients and staff, including:

  • Adherence to the guidance and established criteria of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Hospital Association, leading national associations of nurses, surgeons and anesthesiologists, and the New Jersey Department of Health.
  • Enhanced cleaning and disinfection, including equipment and surfaces, frequently and between patients.
  • Active screening of team members, patients and visitors for COVID-19 symptoms upon entry.
  • Requiring all patients and staff to wear a hospital-issued mask, per CDC universal masking guidelines and our RWJBarnabas Health mask policy.
  • Following strict social and physical distancing measures — spacing equipment at least six feet apart
  • Strict hand hygiene and availability of hand sanitizer throughout the unit.

Our team is here to answer your questions and provide you with the support you need to calm any anxiety that you may have about coming to the hospital. For an appointment or to learn more, call 732-923-7454.

A Notice For Our Maternity Patients:

The safety of our patients, families and staff is our number one priority. To increase the safety of our moms and babies, Monmouth Medical Center has enacted a One Partner Policy for its maternity units.

Expectant moms who come to the hospital to deliver will only be permitted to bring one significant other/support person with them, and can have no other visitors while in the hospital. This designated significant other/support person must remain with the expectant mom throughout her stay, and may not transfer their duties to any other person.

Upon arrival at the hospital for delivery, patients should enter through the Emergency Department. Both mom and her designated partner will undergo a thorough screening and testing for COVID-19 symptoms, which include sore throat, cough and fever, and then will be masked and escorted to Labor and Delivery.

Once on the Labor and Delivery unit, the significant other/support person must remain with the patient at all times and will have extremely limited access to other areas of the hospital. In addition to a significant other/support person, a doula is also permitted throughout labor, delivery, and the entire postpartum hospital stay. The doula shall not count as the support person.

Please note that this visitor policy may be updated as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve.

As always, Monmouth Medical Center remains committed to the safety and health of all patients, families, visitors, physicians, nurses and staff.

We thank you for your cooperation. Thank you for choosing Monmouth Medical Center.




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