Visitor Restriction Policy

Hospital Visitor Restrictions

Now that Oklahoma is in the middle of a phased “re-opening”, we have updated our visitation policy in an attempt to meet this human need without jeopardizing the safety of our patients and caregivers.

What is the new visitation policy?

  • INTEGRIS Health is continuing to support no social visitation. Waiting rooms and common areas continue to be temporarily closed at this time.
  • While no “visitors” will be allowed, every patient is allotted one Patient Representative (PR), an adult designated by the patient who need not be a formal legal representative, but rather someone whom the patient seeks emotional support from and who the patient may seek assistance with decision making in considering care options.
  • Effective September 21, 2020, each Adult Emergency Department patient will be permitted ONE Patient Representative UNLESS the patient has known COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19.
    • Will be ONE person for the duration of emergency department care;
    • Will be screened at the temperature station and provided appropriate visual cue;
    • Must not exhibit signs of illness;
    • Will be compliant with all hand hygiene and masking requirements (to be worn at all times);
    • Remain in the ED patient room at all times.
  • The INTEGRIS Cancer Institute is not allowing any visitors unless the patient needs mobility assistance. The patient may bring a visitor with them for initial consultations or significant visits.
  • If you are visiting one of our clinics, visitors are not allowed with patients due to the inability for social distancing in exam rooms.
    • We will allow visitors for clinic patients who need assistance walking or for memory care.
  • All other patients will be allowed 1 Patient Representative per patient:
    • Patient Representative will be allowed in the facility between 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
    • Patients in isolation are allowed visitation only at end of life
    • Obstetrical Outpatients will be allowed 1 Patient Representative
    • Pediatrics and NICU will be allowed 2 Patient Representatives
    • Pediatrics and NICU Patient Representatives will have 24 hr. representation exception
    • Obstetrical Departments will have 24 hr. representation exception
  • Patient Representative Requirements:
    • one person for the duration of care
    • will be screened at the temperature station
    • must not exhibit signs or symptoms of illness
    • will have attendance logged through the temperature stations for inpatient settings
    • will be compliant with hand hygiene and masking requirements
  • INTEGRIS Health reserves the right to ask non-compliant Patient Representatives to leave our facilities.
  • No Patient Representatives under 18 will be allowed.
  • No Patient Representatives will be allowed in isolation rooms.

Send a Card

Select a special picture and include a custom message and we will deliver the card right to their hospital room or to our caregivers.

Ways to Connect with Loved Ones While They Are Hospitalized

At INTEGRIS, engaging loved ones in the healing process is a critical component of our patient care philosophy. However, to protect our patients, caregivers, visitors and the community during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, we are restricting the entrance of visitors into our hospitals (see visitation policy for details).

Utilize virtual apps on your smart device to connect and play games

  • FaceTime
  • WhatsApp
  • Skype
  • Duo
  • Group Me
  • Marco Polo
  • Words with Friends
  • Boggle with Friends
  • Chess with Friends
  • Crosswords with Friends