Updated: March 24, 2021

Current visitor policy

Good Samaritan Hospital & Mission Oaks are committed to the safety of our patients, staff and physicians. In alignment with a declining prevalence of COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara county, we are making the following modifications to our current visitor policy:

  • 1 adult visitor per patient
  • 2 adult visitors (parents) in NICU, PICU and Pediatrics
  • 1 adult visitor (labor support person) and 1 certified doula in labor and delivery

Building entrances

  • East entrance for employees and procedural patients
  • Main entrances for visitors and all others
    • Good Samaritan Hospital campus: 8am to 6pm
    • Acute rehab (3rd floor): 8am to 7pm
    • Behavioral health (2nd floor): 12:30pm to 2pm

Volunteer services have been suspended.

Non–essential vendors are not permitted in the facility.

Hospital Entrance Screening and Universal Masking

To reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses, we are continuing to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to better protect our patients, staff and you.

We have limited our entry into the hospital so that our team is able to screen everyone for travel history, fever or respiratory symptoms.

  • MAIN ENTRANCES for visitors and all others
  • EAST ENTRANCE for employees and procedural patients
  • All employees, providers, vendors, patients and visitors will be temperature checked and required to wear a mask prior to entering the facility
  • Nobody shall be permitted to enter the facility with a temperature of 100.4F or greater
  • Volunteer services have been suspended
  • Non-essential vendors are not permitted in the facility

Thank you for helping us keep patients and staff healthy.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient’s treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.