Providence Alaska Medical Center moved from “red” to “orange” level on Wednesday, which means limited visitors will be allowed after the no-visitor policy that had been in effect for many months due to Covid-19 case loads.
Alaska Regional Hospital had relaxed its visitor policy last week.
Neither hospital allows visitors for Covid-positive patients except pediatric, maternity, and end of life.
More visitor specifics from Providence Medical Center at this link.
More visitor specifics from Alaska Regional Hospital at this link.
Mat-Su Regional Medical Center is still not allowing visitors except in limited circumstances, including maternity. Also,
- OB patients may have one designated labor support person.
- Children under 18 years of age may have two designated caregivers.
- Patients who are at end-of-life.
- Patients with disabilities or special needs are reviewed on an individual basis.
- Patients seeking care in the emergency department will not be able to have a support person accompany them to the treatment room, unless the patient is a minor or has special needs.
More visitor specifics from Mat-Su Regional Medical Center at this link.
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital is still in the “red” category, but its red looks more like Providence’s “orange” category.
More visitor specifics from Fairbanks Regional Hospital at this link.
Bartlett Memorial in Juneau allows visitors, although with some limitations.
More visitor specifics from Bartlett Memorial Hospital at this link.