Intermountain Medical Center Women's and Newborn Center
Due to our ongoing response to COVID-19, our visitation policies have changed. Please click here to learn more about our updated policies.
Please don't visit the hospital if you're sick! Infants are especially susceptible to infections, so please be responsible and ensure that no visitors are infected with any contagious diseases, including the following:
The safety and security of our patients and visitors are of the utmost importance at Intermountain Medical Center. Please help us to ensure a safe and healing environment for patients by keeping noise to a minimum. Disruptive visitors may be asked to leave.
The visiting policy is very specialized and will be explained in detail to families when their baby is admitted. All visitors must wash their hands before and after touching or holding an infant or child. For safety reasons, visitors must be seated when holding a newborn or child.
This visiting policy may change with seasonal illnesses or as needed for other contagious diseases within the community.
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