• Visiting Hours

    In order to help keep patients and staff safe and healthy during the ever changing situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), our Visitor Guidelines have changed. Please help with sharing this information and coordinating with your loved one’s family and friends. Guidelines subject to change without notice.

    View Full Detailed Visitor Guidelines

    Based on a recent public health order from The California Department of Public Health (CDPH), the following visitor guidelines have been implemented. These changes have been put in place to ensure safe accommodations for patients while reducing the risk of Covid-19 exposure. 

    All who enter will be screened by the facility for fever and COVID-19 symptoms and other criteria as outlined below

    • Visitors/Vendors must be asymptomatic for COVID-19 and not be a suspected or recently confirmed case.
    • Visitors/Vendors must always wear a medical grade face mask upon entry and within the facility.
    • Visitors/ Vendors will only be allowed to enter by showing one of the following:
      • Vaccination card, photo of a vaccination card, vaccination passport, photo of a vaccination passport (must include visitor’s name, and date of each vaccination).
      • Hard copy of a negative COVID-19 test result in which the test was taken less than 72 hours prior to entrance (must include the visitor’s name and date of test).
    • Visitors for Pediatric patients, Labor and Delivery patients, or special needs patients are able to visit the first day without proof of vaccination or negative COVID test but must present it the next day.
    • Visitors of a patient in critical condition, when death may be imminent, are exempt from the proof of vaccination requirement.
    • Visitors and support persons must comply with any health facility instructions regarding PPE while in the patient’s room. 
    • Visitors should always maintain physical distancing from other visitors not from the same household as well as from the hospital care personnel.
    • Visitors must comply with all personal protective equipment (PPE) as designated by the hospital’s guidelines while in the patient’s room.

    Visitor access will be limited from the main lobby to and from the patient’s room

    • Visitors will have access to designated restrooms on the floor they are visiting.
    • Visitors will not have access to the Café or other service areas.

    To ensure support for a patients’ mental health and well-being, while striving to limit the spread of the virus, the following expanded visitation guidelines are activated

    • Visiting Hours – Promoting family support and healing practices
      • 8 am to 1 pm (maximum 2 visitors / patient at a time)
      • 1 pm to 4 pm Quiet hours (visitors will remain by exception only, and for patients in ECC or preparing for discharge).
      • 4 pm to 8 pm (maximum 2 visitors / patient at a time).
    • Virtual visitation is available. Please ask the Charge Nurse to schedule a date and time for 15-minute virtual visits.
    • Visitor hours may be limited based on a patient’s clinical circumstances or the level of care that needs to be provided.

     Surgery Patients

    The presence of a visitor is essential to the well-being of surgery patients (both inpatient and outpatient).

    • Visitors of a patient scheduled for an outpatient appointment in the acute care setting do not need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result. All other safety requirements must be followed.
    • Up to two (2) visitors are permitted until the patient is taken into the pre-surgery area.
      •  Social distancing needs to be maintained.
    • Up to two (2) visitors are permitted in the post-op setting, and when preparing for discharge.

    Pediatric Patients

    Visitors are essential for the mental health of pediatric patients.

    •  Pediatric patients will be allowed up to two (2) support persons at a time.
    • In the case of prolonged hospitalization, we will partner with the family to select two (2) designated alternative support persons for pediatric patients.

    Labor and Delivery Patients

    The presence of a partner or support person is essential to the mental health of patients who are in labor and delivery.

    • Up to two (2) support persons will be allowed to be present with the patient.
    • In addition to the support person(s), a doula, if desired by the patient, will be permitted to be present if:
      • prior arrangements have been made with the hospital
      • the doula complies with hospital PPE and infection control guidelines.

    Patients at End-of-Life

    Visitors are essential to the mental health of patients who are at end-of-life.

      • Up to two (2) visitors will be allowed with the patient and do not need to be pre-designated.
    • Visitors of a patient in critical condition, when death may be imminent, are exempt from the proof of vaccination requirement.

     Patients with Physical, Intellectual, Cognitive and/or Developmental Disabilities

    The presence of a support person is essential to patients with physical, intellectual, cognitive and/or developmental disabilities.

      • Up to two (2) support persons will be allowed to be present with the patient.
    • For patients, especially with prolonged hospitalization, the patient or family/patient representative may designate two additional support persons.
  • Guidelines for Visitors

    All visitors are required to wear a visitor identification band obtained from the Security desk located in the lobby of the main hospital entrance on Harding Street. Visitor identification bands will also be available at the Emergency Care Center (24/7) for those requiring emergency services.

    The following guidelines aid not only in the health and safety of patients and their families, but employees as well. In order to help keep patients and staff safe and healthy during the ever changing situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), our Visitor Guidelines have changed.

  • Beverly Cafe

    The Beverly Café is located in the basement.

    Visitors may stop by for a delightful cup of freshly brewed coffee or a variety of freshly prepared hot and cold meal selections, including the grill and the salad bar.

    Our friendly staff makes sure that our guests have a pleasant dining experience. Visit us or click to see our weekly menu.

    Beverly Café Menu

    Everyone is welcome!

  • Gift Shop

    When visiting family members or friends, stop by to check out the great array of gift items. The gift shop is staffed by Beverly Hospital Guild volunteers, a group of dedicated men and women who serve the hospital and community with pride and joy. They will be happy to help you!

    Gift shop hours (PST): 

    • Monday – Friday: 10 am – 6 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: Closed

    Items available in the gift shop:

    • Gifts for Baby
    • Stuffed Animals
    • Cards & Flowers
    • Candy & Magazines
    • Beverages and more

    Send a greeting card!

    For more information call (323) 726-1222, ext. 4142

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    Address: 309 West Beverly Boulevard
    Montebello, CA 90640
    (323) 726-1222

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