Last Update May 13, 2021
Though COVID-19 hospitalizations are down and vaccinations are up, we must remain vigilant and mindful of the potential for a new wave to emerge as we’ve witnessed in other states. We encourage Hoosiers to continue wearing masks in public settings as science shows masks effectively reduce the spread of COVID-19. Masks will continue to be required for everyone in all our facilities for the safety of all patients, visitors and staff.
COVID-19 patients who are admitted to the hospital may have one designated visitor. Personal protective equipment will be provided and required during the visit. Please contact staff with questions about additional requirements and limitations regarding COVID-19 visitation guidelines, as they are subject to change.
Non-COVID-19 patients may have one screened visitor at a time. If the patient is a minor, they may have both parents, who will be screened.
All visitors should monitor themselves for symptoms of respiratory infection for 14 days after their visit. If symptoms occur, they should self-isolate, contact their healthcare provider and notify Riverview Health.
All Visitors must:
Open Entrances at Riverview Health Hospital in Noblesville
As we work to provide a safe environment for our patients, staff and community, we apologize for any inconvenience these visitation restrictions may cause. We will continue to monitor conditions and remove the restrictions as soon as it is safe to do so.
For pregnant women who are delivering at Riverview Health during this pandemic, read our blog to learn what to expect, and watch the end of our virtual tour to see what changes we've made. Check out our other online maternity resources >>
As of May 3, 2021:
Patients may walk the halls during labor but must wear a mask. Each maternity patient is allowed one designated overnight support person and one designated visitor. The overnight support person and the visitor may not change roles, and they must remain the same people throughout the patient's stay. The patient and the designated overnight support person will be tested for COVID-19. The overnight support person and the visitor may leave the unit as needed, but they will have their temperature checked and answer screening questions daily.
All visitors must: