Schedule an In-Person Visit

There is new guidance that is effective January 7, 2022, and will supersede all prior Requirements for Visitors in Acute Health Care and Long-Term Care Settings State Public Health Officer Order.

Please take the time to read the health order as it addresses special circumstances (such as when a resident is unable to leave their room or for visitors who visit on consecutive days).

The essence of the HO,

* Indoor visitation is only allowed for individuals who have all the recommended vaccines (this includes booster if the individual is eligible) AND a negative test (within 24hrs if antigen and 48hrs if PCR)
* Outdoor visitation is permitted for only those who do not meet the indoor vaccination requirement but meet the negative test requirement.
* All visitors must wear a well-fitted mask and socially distance from facility personnel and all other residents/visitors

Review this order on the California Department of Public Health Website.

If a resident is in our Yellow Zone (observation unit) full Personal Protective Equipment must be worn. This includes an N95 mask, face shield, gown, and gloves.

Food and drink may not be consumed during the visit. This is to ensure masks stay on.

Visits must be scheduled and must stay within the 45-minute time limit. This allows the team to ensure compliance with Public Health guidelines.

Social distancing is still very important. Please keep a 6ft distance when possible.

At Bel Vista Healthcare Center we are focused on keeping our residents safe and serving them. We are excited to welcome you back to our facility, but we ask they you help us follow these important guidelines.