Please delay your visit at this time if you:

Have had a positive COVID test in the last 10 days, have been exposed to COVID in the last 10 days, or have symptoms of COVID.

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Short of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle/body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny notes
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • diarrhea

MCMC rules for visiting or accompanying patients at MCMC fall into two categories – visitor and support persons.

Support Persons:

  • Caregiver or attendant of a patient who needs assistance due to a language barrier or the patient’s disability, whose presence will assist the person with the disability in receiving treatment, ensure the safety of the patient or facility staff, or who must assist with activities of daily living.
  • Parent or guardian of a hospitalized child.
  • Person supporting a mother in Labor and Delivery.
  • Person accompanying a same-day surgery patient, a person who needs teaching to provide care. to the patient, or any person at the physician’s request.


  • Any individual who does not meet the criteria of a support person.
  • Limit of two visitors per day in all inpatient units (one visitor at the bedside at a time).
  • Limit of two visitors in Emergency Department, Same day Surgery, & OR.
  • Visitors may come and go during visiting hours 8am -9pm daily.
  • Exceptions are made for patients who are at the end -of-life.
  • No Visitors for Covid-19 positive patients. Visits are limited to phone or video only.

 Common areas are open to visitors but remain closed to the general public.

Upon entering MCMC support persons and visitors will need to check in at the front entrance or Emergency Department entrance to obtain a visitor sticker, please:

  • check in at the nurse’s station and then go directly to the room of the patient you are supporting.
  • Masks strongly recommended.
  • Wash your hands upon entry and exit.
  • When ready to leave, please go straight to the exit to leave the building.

MCMC has taken precautions to protect our patients and visitors against COVID-19. While these steps help reduce risk, exposure is still possible when visiting.

Thank you for your understanding as we work to keep our patients, staff, and community safe. If you believe you have been inappropriately restricted from this facility, please email