Archbold Medical Center

121 Westfield Dr.
Archbold, OH 43502-1061
419-445-4415

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Bryan Hospital

433 W. High St.
Bryan, OH 43506-1690
419-636-1131

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Montpelier Hospital

909 E. Snyder Ave.
Montpelier, OH 43543-1251
419-485-3154

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Effective March 28, 2022

CHWC Visitation Policy

  • Visitors are asked to self-screen; if they are sick/exhibit symptoms of infectious illness, if they have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days or if they have had recent close exposure to someone with COVID-19, they should refrain from visiting patients in our facilities.
  • Visitors must be ages 12 or older.
  • Visitors must wear a mask within our facilities, however, mask removal may be allowed in private, non-COVID inpatient rooms. (See below for details.)
  • For non-COVID/non-New Beginnings inpatients:
    • Two visitors are allowed at a time in a patient’s room; visitors are no longer dedicated, meaning different people can visit throughout the duration of a patient’s hospital stay, but only two are permitted in the room at once.
    • Visitors of non-COVID patients may remove their masks within a patient room as long as the patient is in a private room, the patient is not in isolation precautions, no healthcare personnel are in the room and the patient agrees to mask removal.
  • For COVID-19 patients:
    • Two dedicated visitors are allowed per patient per hospital stay.
    • Visitors must wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • For patients in our New Beginnings Birthing Center:
    • Non-COVID patients in New Beginnings are permitted two dedicated visitors. Visitors of non-COVID patients in New Beginnings may remove their masks within the patient room as long as the patient is not in isolation precautions, no healthcare personnel are in the room and the patient agrees to mask removal.
    • COVID-positive patients in New Beginnings are permitted one dedicated visitor.
  • ER and outpatient clinics/departments:
    • Two visitors are allowed with each patient.
    • Visitors must wear their masks at all times.
  • Outpatient surgical procedures:
    • Outpatient surgical procedures refer to procedures where a patient is not admitted to the hospital but will undergo anesthesia for their procedure and will require someone to drive them home. These patients may be accompanied by two visitors.
    • Visitors must wear their masks at all times.

 

Additional COVID-19 Precautions at CHWC

  • CHWC healthcare workers are asked to diligently self-monitor their symptoms, to stay home whenever they are sick and to take a COVID-19 test when appropriate.
  • Visitors are asked to self-screen; if they are sick/exhibit symptoms of infectious illness, if they have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days or if they have had recent close exposure to someone with COVID-19, they should refrain from visiting patients in our facilities.
  • All patients are tested for COVID-19 upon being admitted to the hospital.
  • Masks are required in CHWC facilities, with some exceptions in inpatient scenarios listed above. We have a supply of masks available at our entrances for those who do not have a mask on-hand.
  • Staff are equipped with proper personal protective equipment (PPE), and we are stressing the importance of hand hygiene, face coverings, respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette with patients and staff. Tissues, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and trash cans are provided in our waiting and treatment areas. Soap and water is also available at all handwashing sinks and in restrooms.
  • We are continuing routine cleaning and disinfection procedures as recommended for protecting patients from COVID-19. Surfaces, supplies and equipment will continue to be thoroughly and properly disinfected or discarded.
  • CHWC’s leaders and board of directors strongly encourage all appropriate community members to get vaccinated to help curb the spread of COVID-19. (Read more here.)
  • We are staying up to date with the latest from the CDC. Thank you for everything you are doing to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. We will keep you informed about any new precautions we think are necessary, and please contact us with additional questions.

 

Vaccination Information

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