COVID-19 resources and vaccine information at St. Clair can be found here.

Committed to Keeping You Safe

Important Safety Reminders

Thank you for continuing to help keep everyone safe as we work together to #CancelCovid.

  • Masking is still required by employees, patients, and visitors in all St. Clair Health Facilities
  • Wash hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds and/or use hand sanitizer
  • If unvaccinated, then maintain social distancing protocols

Screening

Please note which group you or those you know may be a part of and act accordingly.

  • Patients will be screened at point of service
  • Visitors will be asked to self-screen
  • Visitors with symptoms should not enter St. Clair Health facilities

Building Access

During regular business hours, patients, visitors, and staff can now:

  • Enter and exit via the previously closed entry to the 4th floor of the main Hospital
  • Have access to and from the Professional Office Building and the Hospital
  • Access and cross the 3rd floor bridge

Visitor Access

St. Clair Hospital recognizes that visits from family and friends are important during a patient’s hospitalization. 

We will continue to follow CDC updates and guidance. The following guidelines are in effect until further notice.

  • All permitted visitors and Support Persons must:
    • Be 18 years of age or older;
    • Wear a mask at all times;
    • Self monitor for symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat, muscle pain, headache, loss of taste or smell;
    • Stay with the patient for the duration of the stay
  • Inpatient Units: two visitors are welcome between the hours of 11 AM – 9 PM with the following exceptions:
    • Critical Care Units: Up to two visitors at a time during hours Noon – 2 PM and 5 PM – 7 PM
    • Family Birth Center: One birth partner will be permitted in the patient’s room for the duration of the stay as well as one additional visitor
    • Pediatric Unit: Up to two Support Persons (parents or guardians) will be permitted in the patient’s room at all times, with one permitted to stay overnight
    • Psychiatric Unit: Up to two visitors at a time Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 PM – 7 PM; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 1 PM – 2 PM
  • Emergency Department: One visitor may accompany the patient throughout their visit. Visitors will be asked to wait during the initial 15-minute assessment of the patient before joining them in a treatment room. Staff will direct you on where to wait, which may include your vehicle. Visitors are asked to remain in the patient room for the duration of the stay
  • Outpatients at all St Clair Health facilities and physician offices may have one visitor accompany them to their appointment, procedure, testing, or treatment
  • All caregivers have the ability to ask a visitor to leave the hospital if they are non-compliant with safety standards, including masking
  • Hospital waiting areas can now be utilized

Exceptions to this policy may be made in consultation with the care team under extenuating circumstances. 

Pease click here to view the updated Visitor Policy.

Vaccine Clinic

All PA residents 12 and older are now eligible to receive the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. St. Clair’s vaccination clinics only administer the Pfizer vaccine and operate by appointment only. Click here to register for an appointment.

Volunteers

The Volunteer Program has been an integral part of St. Clair Health for many years. We are pleased to announce plans to reinstate volunteers in the coming weeks, and will reintegrate the respective services as per the needs and continued safety of our patients, visitors, and staff.

If you are interested in volunteering at St. Clair, please call 412.942.2085.