Important Visitation Policy Restriction as of September 5, 2020
Due to COVID-19, CAMC has implemented a NO VISITOR policy for the safety of our patients and staff. This policy has few exceptions. View the information here.
Charleston Area Medical Center maintains visitation policies to promote a safe, secure, and healthy environment that is conducive to an optimal recovery while allowing CAMC employees to perform their duties effectively and efficiently. This policy defines general standards of behavior for visitors. Specific information about the nature and frequency of visitations is kept on the individual nursing and treatment units. As a general rule, CAMC exercises oversight of the frequency and length of visitations to prevent interruptions in care and to ensure adequate rest and nutrition for our patients.
Visitation guidelines for care partners are typically different from those for general visitors, but are also restricted due to COVID-19.
CAMC takes very seriously actual or potential threats to the health, safety, and security of our patients, physicians, nurses, and staff members and thus reserves the right to terminate visitations or refuse hospital access to visitors if they endanger in any way any of these stakeholders.
Read our Visitor Code of Conduct