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St. Luke’s Hospital to change visitor policies

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KWWL) - As the community recovers from the pandemic, St. Luke's Hospital is revising their visitation policies.

On Monday, June 28, visiting policies at St. Luke's Hospital will be updated as COVID-19 becomes less widespread in the community.

Visiting hours will be extended to 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Patient rooms will still only allow two visitors per patient but now children 12 and older can visit.

At St. Luke's Behavioral Health, units 1W and 3E will follow the above policy. Unit 2E will still only allow one adult visitor during limited hours.

St. Luke's Women's and Children Health will allow patients to have one support person as well as two consistent visitors. These visitors must remain the same throughout the stay. Siblings of any age may now be visitors and there will be no hour restrictions.

NICU and pediatric patients may only have two parents or guardians present. No sibling visitors are allowed.

For more details on St. Luke's Hospital visitor policies and procedures, click HERE.

Maria Kuiper

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