Visitor Information

 

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Revised Visitor Policy

Updated August 23, 2021

Emergency Department
Safety for our patients, their loved ones and our staff is our top priority. Due to an increased rate of transmission and community spread of COVID-19, visitors are not permitted in the ED.

  • Exceptions will be made for visitation in the ED with pediatric patients, patients with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, and patients with cognitive impairments including dementia. For these exceptions, one visitor per patient will be allowed at the bedside.

General Visitation to Stony Brook University Hospital
At this time, we are still allowing in-person visitation to our inpatients based on guidelines from the New York State Department of Health. However, only two visitors per patient can visit between the hours of 11 am and 8 pm. These two visitors cannot rotate with other visitors throughout the day. In addition, patients who have tested positive for COVID are not permitted to have visitors. 

Additionally, one visitor may accompany a patient to surgical and procedural areas.

Support persons are still allowed at a patient’s bedside for:

  • Patients in Labor & Delivery
  • Pediatric patients
  • Patients for whom a support person has been determined to be essential to the care of the patient (medically necessary), including patients with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and patients with cognitive impairments including dementia
  • Patients in imminent end-of-life situations

All visitors must adhere to screening, hand washing and infection control guidelines. A mask must be worn at all times, including in the patient’s room, and no eating or drinking is permitted in patient’s room. However, visitors are welcome to visit and dine in the cafeteria while maintaining social distancing.

 

No Smoking

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For the health of its staff, patients, and visitors, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is a smoke-free environment. Smoking is not permitted anywhere at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital including the parking lots and the grounds.  

Smoking Cessation Assistance: 

 

Please Enjoy Our Grounds While Maintaining Safe Social Distancing

For the health of our patients and families, our pet therapy animals, and the planet, we’re proud of our commitment to maintaining our grounds without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. For more information on how and why to manage your own beautiful landscape without chemicals, visit our partner Perfect Earth Project.