Peninsula Regional Health System suspends all inpatient visitation

SALISBURY, Md. – Peninsula Regional Health System has chosen to suspend all inpatient visitation beginning on Friday, March 20th, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, as well as Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford.

We’re told that exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis for situations including end of life. Two parents of caregivers or pediatric patients will be allowed, as long as neither is symptomatic. In Labor & Delivery, two visitors including the professional support person or postpartum helper will be allowed. One visitor will be allowed in the surgery waiting area per patient.

All Peninsula Regional Medical Group and Nanticoke Physician Network offices, specialty practices, and immediate care centers will remain open for patient appointments. However, additional people will be asked to wait in their vehicles and will not be allowed in the waiting rooms.

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