Medical Center Updates

Special Precautions to Safeguard Your Health
We are doing everything possible to ensure the safety of our patients, caregivers and staff. Strict precautions are in place throughout MarinHealth Medical Center. Learn more.

Limited Visitor Policy

  • Patients staying in the Medical Center may have 1 visitor per day between 10 am – 6 pm.
  • Same-day surgery & procedure patients may have 1 visitor, who can stay on campus (in designated surgical waiting areas) during the surgery, or wait off-site if waiting areas are full. Visitors are not allowed in pre-op or the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU).
  • Women in labor may have 1 support person (a partner, doula, etc.)
  • Pediatric patients may have 1 support person
  • NICU patients may have 2 support persons
  • Patients of the Emergency Department and other Outpatient Services(such as lab and imaging) are not allowed visitors, except under the following conditions:
    • One escort for elderly/disabled patient
    • Visiting a patient who is at "End of Life"
    • Picking up a patient who is being discharged
    • Another necessary/urgent/legal visit

All visitors will go through the health screening and temperature check before entry, and all visitors will be given a surgical mask to wear for the duration of their visit. Learn more about hospital safety precautions.

Please consider connecting with family and friends via phone, email, text, and/or video chat apps (FaceTime, Skype, What’sApp, etc.). Our team is happy to assist patients in video and phone visits with their loved ones. Learn more about setting up a Zoom video visit with a patient.

Surgeries, Procedures, and Exams Have Resumed
MarinHealth Medical Center, as well as all other hospitals in the Bay Area, has been safely performing emergency, lifesaving surgeries during the Shelter-In-Place. While elective surgeries were placed on hold, a joint statement by the American College of Surgeons and many other medical associations has recently published guidelines and a roadmap for resuming elective surgery as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines set specific criteria needed to resume elective surgeries and MarinHealth Medical Center has met the strict criteria. We are fully open to schedule surgeries, procedures and exams. Please refer to the following FAQ for more information about surgeries at MarinHealth Medical Center.