Pulaski Memorial Hospital increasing visitor restrictions

PULASKI COUNTY, Ind. – Pulaski Memorial Hospital is increasing visitor restrictions due to the increase of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations from the Delta variant, the hospital announced on Thursday.

The follow restrictions will be enforced:

  • Pediatric patients can only have one parent/legal guardian present at a time but both parents/legal guardians can be identified
  • OB patients can have one adult support person stay with them during delivery
  • Drivers of patients receiving Outpatient procedures must remain in their vehicle during the procedure unless medically necessary
  • Emergency Department patients can have one support person to help with additional consent needs and discharge
  • If a patient is critically or terminally ill, a nurse manager or charge nurse for the unit may allow additional visitors
    • Visitors will be limited to two people at a time
    • Rotating visitors must wait outside until previous visitors leave

All patients and support people will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and will have their temperatures taken.

Anyone in Pulaski Memorial Hospital facilities must wear a mask.

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