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Patients & Visitors

San Dimas Community Hospital is an advocate of supporting patient's physical wellbeing and mental health, while striving to limit the spread of infectious diseases. Furthermore, San Dimas Community Hospital believes in respecting and protecting patient's rights by assuring patient visitation rights are upheld whenever possible. Effective June 10, two visitors are permitted at the bedside at a time, unless the unit charge RN deems otherwise. Minor children must be accompanied by an adult.

Visitors and support persons should be screened by the facility upon entry for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, not be asymptomatic for COVID-19, or be a suspected or recently confirmed case. Visitors and support persons must wear a face covering upon entry and at all times within the facility, and must comply with any health facility instructions on PPE while in the patient's room. Visitors should maintain physical distancing from other visitors not from the same household as well as from the facility staff at all times. Additional visitation regulations are as follows:

- The cafeteria is available only to patient visitors and hospital staff. Patients are not permitted in the cafeteria.

- One adult visitor is permitted to visit a patient being treated in the emergency department at a time.

- One visitor will be allowed to visit outpatients and are encouraged to wait for them in the front lobby.

- All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times in the main lobby waiting area.

San Dimas Community Hospital has built a reputation for patient focused and physician driven management. Pioneers in their fields, San Dimas Community Hospital is committed to its communities, providing primary care to families, chronic care to seniors, and a range of rehabilitation services, occupational and speech programs, as well as health promotion, disease prevention.

Patient Safety

San Dimas Community Hospital is committed to excellence. A very important part of that excellence is our commitment to your safety. Patients who are more involved with their care in the hospital tend to do better and stay safer. By working together with physicians, nurses and other hospital staff, you can lower your risk of injury and make your hospital stay as safe as possible.