Updated: October 18, 2021 — Please check back often as information may change quickly.
New California Department of Public Health Visitor Restrictions
Thank you for your understanding as we implement new California Department of Public Health (CDPH) requirements for our hospital visitors.
In compliance with the CDPH order, all hospital visitors are required to show either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test (obtained within the last 72 hours). These requirements don't apply if you're visiting a clinic or outpatient facility.
If you are fully vaccinated (two weeks after your last dose), you must present one of the following as proof of vaccination:
- Your CDC-issued COVID-19 vaccination record card (or WHO Yellow Card) with your name, vaccine type and date last dose administered.
- A photo (or digital image) of your vaccination record card.
- Documentation of COVID-19 vaccination from your healthcare provider.
- Digital record and QR code with your name, date of birth, vaccine dates and vaccine type. Learn how to obtain a digital copy of your vaccination record.
If you are not fully vaccinated, find out about getting tested (testing at our facilities only available if you're a current patient with a doctor's order).
Visitor restrictions help us keep you, your loved ones and our employees as safe as possible during COVID-19. Below you’ll find current restrictions for our hospital.
To learn more about COVID-19, safety, testing and more, view the latest information and updates from Loma Linda University Health.
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Patients without COVID-19 may have two visitors (ages 16 and up) at a time.
- Patients with COVID-19 may have two visitors per day.
- Patients may have one person accompany them for surgery or other procedures.
- OB/NICU: Maternity and NICU will continue to implement visitation guidelines based on the specific needs of these patient populations.
- Emergency Department: Patients may have one person accompany them to the ED.
We remain committed to using every resource available to provide appropriate care needed for our community and those we serve during this critical time. In accordance with state and local guidelines we have adopted the California Pandemic Crisis Care Guidelines (PDF)