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We offer many services for both patients and visitors, to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Patients & Visitors


Temporary Visitor Restrictions

A Notice to our Visitors:

All visitors are required to provide proof of a negative COVID test taken within the last 72 hours, or proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before visiting anyone in our care. Learn more

 

Our number one priority is to keep our patients, visitors, and hospital community safe. We appreciate that you also want your loved ones who are patients at St. Bernardine Medical Center to be safe while in our care. As COVID-19 information continues to rapidly evolve, our goal is to keep patients and visitors informed. The hospital has implemented a health screening process, including temperature reading, for all patients, visitors, employees, physicians, and vendors entering our main lobby or emergency department. Please note, any visitor showing signs or symptoms of illness may not visit patients. Instead, please consider using technology such as FaceTime, Skype or WhatsApp to stay in touch. All of our hospital locations will be restricting patient and location access to areas including the cafeteria and chapel depending on the current needs.

Change in Visitation Guidelines

We understand how important visitors are to our patients, and we are so pleased to welcome visitors with the following guidelines:

Non-COVID Patients may have up to 2 visitors at a time from the same household.

  • Each visitor must be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms upon entry to the hospital. If you have symptoms or a fever you will not be able to enter the hospital.
  • Each visitor must wear a face covering at all times upon entry and while in the hospital.
  • Visitation is restricted to the patient’s room only, no waiting is permitted in the hallways.
  • Visitors must use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting the patient’s room.
  • Cafeteria is restricted to employees only at this time. 

We understand that this adjustment is difficult for both patients and visitors. To ease this transition, our care teams have iPads available to patients who wish to connect with loved ones via Facetime.

We thank you for the compassion and humankindness you will show as you explain this change. We recognize that this is an extraordinary situation locally, nationally and globally and thank you for your support of these measures as a way to keep our patients, visitors, employees, and community safe.

 

RESTRICCIONES TEMPORALES PARA VISITANTES

Un aviso a nuestros visitantes:

Se requiere que los visitantes muestren una prebua de vacunación contra el COVID-19, o documentación de una prueba negativa de COVID-19 dentro de las 72 horas antes de visitar a cualquier persona bajo nuestro cuidado. Aprende más.

 

Gracias por su paciencia. Las actualizaciones de nuestras políticas de visitantes están cambiando rápidamente. Le proporcionaremos información aquí tan pronto como podamos. Mientras tanto, póngase en contacto con nosotros al 909-883-8711.


Additional Information

Quality Care

When selecting a hospital, we know how important it is to have skilled physicians and a quality facility that can provide the services you need when you need them. From Baby and Family care to our renowned Inland Empire Heart and Vascular Institute to Surgical Weight Loss, St. Bernardine Medical Center is here to serve you and your family.

Spiritual Care

We care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit – because we believe in humankindness. It’s the core of Dignity Health. Our services are available for you and your loved ones throughout your medical treatment.

Tobacco-free Campus

St. Bernardine Medical Center is a tobacco-free campus.


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For Patients

Our ultimate goal at St. Bernardine Medical Center is to provide you with the best possible care during your hospital stay, helping to ensure your comfort and safety. Meeting and exceeding your expectations for quality care and service is very important to us.


For Visitors

We understand the important role family and loved ones play in the healing process, and we encourage visitors to come when it is best for their loved one. On behalf of the entire St. Bernardine Medical Center team, we welcome you, and we thank you for being part of your loved one’s return to better health.