Rome Health Visiting Hours
- Visitors are required to follow the Covid-19 screening process located at all entrances of Rome Health
- Hospital visitors must be age 18 or older
ICU, 2 East, 2 North
Rome Behavioral Health Unit
Labor and Delivery
The mother may choose two unique support persons, one of which may be a doula, through delivery & immediate post-partum period. Although the support persons and/or doula can remain with the mother during labor, delivery, and immediate postpartum period, including recovery, we will not be able to offer overnight accommodations to both support persons.
The mother may choose one person who can remain in the room with the mother and baby for the entire duration of admission. Two unique adult visitors are welcome from 12p to 8p. We currently are not allowing children to visit maternity patients due to infection prevention purposes.
If a newborn remains hospitalized after the mother is discharged, accommodations will be made for two unique support persons overnight to promote bonding and breastfeeding.
Observation Patients and Outpatient Procedures
Maternity patients coming to the department for outpatient procedures or those who are admitted under an observation status, but are not deemed to be in labor, will be allowed 2 unique visitors between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Post Operative Patients on the Maternal Child Services Floor
There are situations in which a female surgical patient may be admitted to the maternal child services floor. During these cases, visitation for these patients will follow the general hospital visitation policy.
Visitor Food Needs on the Maternal Child Services Floor
- The cafeteria is open to support persons and visitors. In addition, vending machines are available in the cafeteria.
- If you choose to have a tray delivered for a support person or visitor, a fee will be charged.
We encourage quiet time between the hours of 2pm and 4pm to promote rest for our mothers and babies during this exciting time
Limited exceptions to the visitor restrictions are made for emergent, end-of-life care, minors, and patients with special needs or circumstances.
Visitors are welcome at the Nursing Home 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Click here for more information on Nursing Home visitation.
Protect Your Loved One
Please keep in mind as a visitor you must comply with all safety guidelines set by the state
and Rome Health.
Use hand sanitizer before visiting and upon leaving the facility. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
We recommend that all visitors maintain appropriate social distancing and utilizing masks as indicated by the screening guideline located at all entrances to keep your loved ones safe.
Visitors will be given proper instruction on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and proper hand hygiene prior to entry into the patients room.
Visitors who fail to follow hospital policy and procedure may be asked to leave the facility.
These guidelines are subject to change based on New York State Guidelines.