Visiting Hours & Guidelines
Welcome to Adventist Health White Memorial, one of the most advanced medical centers in the greater Los Angeles area.
California Department of Public Health has instructed hospitals to adopt a “limited visitors” policy for hospitalized patients in the event of a surge in Coronavirus (COVID‐19) patients. Due to increase in the number of COVID‐19 cases at AH White Memorial and LA County we will be limiting visitation. Please understand that our visitor policy during the COVID‐19 pandemic is essential to support the health and safety of our caregivers, patients, and their loved ones. We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience this will create for you and your loved ones. We are committed to facilitating virtual visitation through iPad technology.
All Visitors must be healthy and 18 years of age or older
- Visitors will be screened for fever and absence of symptoms.
- Visitors who have tested positive in last 10 days will not be allowed to visit.
Visitors must either:
- Show their valid photo ID and proof of full vaccine status or
- Show their valid photo ID and documentation of a negative SARS‐SoV‐2 tests, where the test occurred within 72 hours before each visit (if Unvaccinated or incomplete vaccinated series)
- Visitors must comply with masking/Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and physical distancing requirements. Visitors will be provided a mask at the hospital entrance and must go directly to and from the patient’s room. Failure to comply will result in being asked to leave the facility.
- Alternative methods for visitation (e.g. video conferencing) and communication with the patient/resident is encouraged.
- No visitors are allowed in the waiting area.
- No Outside Deliveries (Food/Flowers). Dietary concerns should be addressed with the Dietary Department.
- For Covid positive patients, no visitors except in a critical condition. Two visitors per day one at a time.
Adventist Health White Memorial continues to be in close contact with federal, state and local agencies to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care and our caregivers stay safe. We appreciate the collaboration between government, health experts and our community. Together, we are all playing an important role to address COVID-19. You can always call (323) 268-5000 to be connected to your loved one.