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Haywood Regional Medical Center Suspends Visitation

Haywood Regional Medical Center Suspends Visitation

Haywood County is currently experiencing a rapid increase in positive cases of COVID-19, indicating unchecked community spread. Thus, with the health and safety of our patients, families, employees and community in mind, Haywood Regional Medical Center will temporarily suspended visitation to our facility effective 6 a.m. Monday, Dec. 7. This includes inpatient visitation, inpatient and outpatient procedures and surgeries, and the ER.

HRMC will work with extended families who have special circumstance, such as critically ill or injured family members, on a case-by-case basis. Signage is being posted around the facilities notifying the community of these new restrictions and guidelines. Additional information, including extenuating circumstances, will be available at MyHaywoodRegional.com.

Check the hospital website for updated information and follow the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and CDC for reputable updates.

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