When a patient is on isolation precautions (special precautions required to prevent transmission of infection when a patient has a communicable disease), visitors will be expected to use the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).  Use of PPE is for the safety of the patient, visitor, staff, and other patients in the Trustbridge facility.  Depending on the type of precautions ordered by the patient’s healthcare provider, visitors may be required to wear one or more of the following: face mask, N95 respirator, isolation gown, eye protection, or gloves.  Trustbridge staff or trained volunteers will educate visitors on isolation precautions, including the appropriate procedures for donning (putting on) and doffing (taking off) protective equipment.  Visitors are asked to wash their hands before entering or leaving a patient room.

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with serious illness, you can rely on the compassionate professionals of Trustbridge.