For the health and safety of our patients, visitors, care team and community, visitation will be limited. Admitted patients will be allowed two adult (18 years or older) visitors at a time. No visitors are allowed after 8:00 pm. In the ER, patients will also be allowed two adult (18 years or older) visitors and they must be the same visitors for the duration of their visit. In the Labor & Delivery Unit, patients will be allowed 2 adult (age 18 or older) visitors. They must be the same 2 visitors throughout the patient’s stay.
All visitors will continue to be screened, and should wear masks and maintain social distancing. Limited visitation is still in place for hospitalized COVID-19 positive patients. Visitation hours remain to be 11:00 am – 8:00 pm, and no visitors are allowed after 8:00 pm except for emergent situations and in the Labor & Delivery Unit.
Whether you are joining us for a hospital stay or visiting a friend or loved one, this section will provide you with the information needed to easily navigate the Bayfront Health St. Petersburg system.
As Bayfront Health St. Petersburg responds to the ever-changing challenges of COVID-19, the safety and well-being of our patients, visitors and care teams continue to be our top priorities. And we are thankful for the community’s commitment to safety. We understand the importance of family and loved ones in a patient’s comfort and healing process. At this time, however, we are limiting the number and ages of visitors at our hospitals and facilities.
Unless you are coming in for essential medical care, please do not visit at our facilities if you meet any of the following criteria:
If you are a visitor to our facilities, we ask that you adhere to these guidelines:
We are continually evaluating the COVID-19 situation in the community. Please revisit these policies frequently as they may be revised at any time as circumstances warrant.
At Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, we understand that having to come to the hospital can be stressful for the patient and their loved ones. Whether you are joining us for a hospital stay or visiting a friend or loved one, this section will provide you with information to easily navigate the Bayfront Health St. Petersburg system.
Hospitalized COVID-19 positive patients are allowed to have limited visitation. Bayfront Health St. Petersburg is committed to patient- and family-centered care and acknowledges the benefits of allowing patient visitation. Bayfront Health St. Petersburg has standardized infection prevention practices and feels confident that a visitor can safely visit a COVID-19 positive patient. Visitors will wear appropriate personal protective equipment and will be provided education. Visitation will be time limited. All visitors will be assisted by nursing personnel to ensure safe practices are observed.
A commitment to excellence in care has been a Bayfront Health St. Petersburg tradition for more than 110 years. We honor that commitment every day, both as an organization and in the personal dedication of our physicians, nurses, team members and volunteers —ensuring that patients, their loved ones and visitors are treated in a professional, caring and compassionate manner.
At Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, we consider it a privilege to care for you and your family. We pledge, in all your interactions with us, to provide you with the best care and experience possible.
Our tobacco-free policy is intended to create a healthier environment for everyone who comes to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, whether as a patient, visitor or team member. All designated smoking areas have been eliminated and the use of all tobacco products (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, pipes, vapes, etc.) is prohibited both inside the hospital buildings and on the campus.