Visitation Policy

Visitation Policy

INTEGRIS Health has vaccinated approximately 80 percent of our caregivers. More than 25 percent of our state's population have received one COVID-19 vaccination, and more than 15 percent are fully vaccinated. These numbers are only expected to rise as all Oklahomans are now eligible to receive the vaccine.


Along these lines, COVID-19 inpatient hospitalizations have been in a steady decline. INTEGRIS Health has begun the process of de-escalating some of our COVID-19 safety standards due to these decreasing numbers.

Effective March 29, 2021

Entry Screening

  • Entry screening will no longer be required for entry to medical office buildings or realty space. Individual clinic offices may choose to screen patients/visitors upon entry, that is a practice specific decision.
  • We will be scaling back screening at entry points of our hospitals over the next four weeks. Logging of visitors and temperature screenings will no longer be required.


  • Waiting rooms in inpatient settings will be opened on a limited basis (max seating of five).
  • Surgery waiting rooms will maintain current occupancy.
  • Non-COVID patients will be allowed up to two visitors at a time.
    • Visitation will be open 24/7 with limited entry points after hours
    • Pediatric visitors will be allowed if accompanied by an adult. Pediatric visitors do not count in the two visitor restriction.
  • At this time, COVID-19 patients will remain on isolation. Visitation for this patient population will follow the current process around visitation with compassionate exceptions only.

INTEGRIS Cancer Institute Visitation Policy

One visitor is allowed with patients in the clinics for consults and follow-ups. No visitors will be permitted in the treatment areas unless patient requires special accompaniment due to specific patient needs (cognitive or physical impairments). No one under 18-years-old will be allowed as a visitor.


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 Health, 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