Memorial Hermann remains committed to providing a safe environment for our employees, physicians, and other members of our workforce, as well as patients and their loved ones. Effective immediately, Memorial Hermann has modified its visitor policy to allow additional loved ones to help patients in their healing journey.
At this time, there are no changes to Memorial Hermann’s screening or masking requirements.
The following modifications have been made to Memorial Hermann’s inpatient facilities visitor policy. Any exceptions to this policy will be managed by facility.
- Acute care facilities, TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital, Katy Rehab and PaRC will allow two visitors (12 and over) per patient per day. Minors (17 and under) must be accompanied by an adult visitor. One of the two visitors (18 and over) may stay overnight.
- Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital will allow two parent/guardian/adult visitors per patient, per day plus one visitor age 12 and over. Minors (17 and under) must be accompanied by an adult visitor. Two parent/guardian/adult visitors may stay overnight. This applies to pediatric and laboring patients. Antepartum and postpartum patients are allowed two adult visitors per patient per day plus one visitor age 12 and over. Minors (17 and under) must be accompanied by an adult visitor. One adult visitor may stay overnight.
- Age restrictions do not apply to visitors who present in the Emergency Center with a patient. Minors (age 17 and under) who accompany Emergency Center patients must remain with the patient.
- One adult (18 and over) visitor per day for patients in contact isolation (no overnight visitors). No visitors for patients in droplet, airborne or a combination of isolation precautions.
- Family members may visit patients in hospice or supportive medicine care.
The following modifications have been made to Memorial Hermann’s outpatient facilities visitor policy. Any exceptions to this policy will be managed by facility.
University Place, a Memorial Hermann Skilled Nursing Facility and independent adult living community, continues to adhere to the state’s guidelines for nursing center visitation.