New Visitor Restrictions Added At Henry Ford Health System
For those with family and friends in Henry Ford hospitals, be sure to double-check the restrictions before you try and visit.
In the wake of the rising COVID-19 cases in Michigan, Henry Ford Health System has added new restrictions for those trying to visit loved ones in the hospital. Not all of the hospitals in the Henry Ford Health System have the same policy though.
Each of the hospitals has its own restrictions and rules based on the area in which they serve and are subject to change as time goes on. You can see the policies for each hospital by clicking here or by clicking on the individual hospital below:
- Henry Ford Hospital
- Henry Ford Allegiance Health
- Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital
- Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Clinton Township
- Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
When it comes to outpatient and medical center visitor restrictions, you can expect the following:
- All patients and visitors will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 and will be required to wear a mask.
- Patients who have an appointment for lab or radiology services may have one person with them if needed for transportation in and around the facility.
- Patients in outpatient settings can have one visitor who is necessary in:
- Accompanying patients with physical, cognitive, or mental liabilities and require assistance.
- Caregivers needed to provide support at an appointment or ongoing treatment plan.
- Visitors with power of attorney, surrogate decision-makers, or court-appointed guardianship.
- Pediatric patients may have two parents/caregivers for appointments.
- A spouse/partner may attend prenatal patient visits.
- Drivers for patients undergoing surgery.
To see all the restrictions or get more information, click here.
Source: Henry Ford Health System