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Manatee Memorial Suspends Visitation on Nursing Inpatient Units & ER

Manatee Memorial Hospital Suspends Visitation on Nursing Inpatient Units and ER

[Bradenton, Florida – August 2, 2021]

As part of continuing efforts to keep our staff, patients and community safe amid the current COVID-19 surge, Manatee Memorial Hospital’s Inpatient Nursing Units and the ER, will not be allowing patient visitation starting, Tuesday, August 3, 2021, until further notice. We will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 trends, and we hope to again relax this temporary restriction as soon as we can safely allow visitation.

Limited exceptions to the no-visitor policy include:

· Patients in certain extraordinary circumstances, such as end-of-life care.

· Labor & Delivery Unit and Mother-Baby Unit patients may have one support person.

· Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients may only have one visitor per day.

· Patients in surgical, procedural and therapy departments may each have one support person. The support person must remain in the designated waiting area.

Just a reminder, everyone entering the hospital must use antibacterial foam, wear a mask upon entry and keep the mask on at all times while at the hospital.

In lieu of in-person visitation, we continue to encourage family/friends to call, use FaceTime, Zoom, Skype, or send email notes through our ePatient Note Service at

For additional information on our visitation polices, please visit: or follow Manatee Memorial’s Facebook page.

Physicians are on the medical staff of Manatee Memorial Hospital, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Manatee Memorial Hospital. The hospital shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians. For language assistance, disability accommodations and the non-discrimination notice, visit our website.

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Manatee Memorial Hospital Suspends Visitation on Nursing Inpatient Units and ER

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