If you need more information about our visitation policies, please ask your Whittier facility-specific representative. Whittier Health Network appreciates your patience and support in protecting all the loved ones who have come to us for care.

Visitation at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital Bradford

CURRENT STATUS: Visitation hours are from 12:00pm – 8:00pm

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Hospital or Transitional Care Unit (TCU).

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patients who require “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

Visitation at Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit

As of March 13, Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit has 6 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Whittier Bradford TCU has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Hospital or Transitional Care Unit (TCU).

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patients who require “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

 

Visitation at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital Westborough

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are from 10:00am – 7:30pm

As a precaution, staff are wearing masks for all encounters with patients.
We strongly encourage visitors to wear masks while inside the hospital as they visit with loved ones and patients. Masks will be available at the front reception desk.

• If visiting specifically with Covid (+) patients, please adhere to the precaution signs and wear the required PPE located outside of the patients’ room.

• As a reminder, all visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness and refrain from visiting our patients if feeling poorly or exhibiting any symptoms.

 

Visitation at Whittier Westborough Transitional Care Unit

As of May 24, Whittier Westborough Transitional Care Unit has 0 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Whittier Westborough TCU has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Hospital or Transitional Care Unit (TCU).

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patients who require “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

 

Visitation at Hannah Duston Healthcare Center

As of February 27, Hannah Duston Healthcare Center has 3 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Hannah Duston Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are daily, seven days a week, from 8am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.


Visitation at Masconomet Healthcare Center

As of May 24, Masconomet Healthcare Center has 0 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Masconomet Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are on weekdays: Monday – Friday from 8am to 8pm
Weekends: Saturday & Sunday 9am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

 

Visitation at Nemasket Healthcare Center

As of May 21, Nemasket Healthcare Center has 0 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Nemasket Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are on weekdays: Monday – Friday from 8am to 8pm
Weekends: Saturday & Sunday 9am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

 

Visitation at Oak Knoll Healthcare Center

As of February 23, Oak Knoll Healthcare Center has 1 confirmed case of COVID-19. In addition, Oak Knoll Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within s72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are daily, seven days a week, from 8am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

 

Visitation at Port Healthcare Center

As of November 7, Port Healthcare Center has 0 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Port Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are daily, seven days a week, from 8am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.

Visitation at Sippican Healthcare Center

As of May 24, Sippican Healthcare Center has 0 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Sippican Healthcare Center has had 0 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.

CURRENT STATUS:
Visitation hours are daily, seven days a week, from 8am to 8pm.
Visitors can contact the facility to make arrangements outside of recommended visitor hours if needed.

Effective May 11, 2023 the Public Health Emergency ends. Please be advised of the following visitation changes:

• Face masks are NOW OPTIONAL and are no longer required to wear in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

• We will resume Universal Precautions in patient care settings. Any patient or resident who requires “modified” precautions will have a sign outside their room identifying the specific personal protective equipment (PPE) that individuals are required to wear prior to entering the room. Please adhere to these guidelines.

• All staff and visitors should be self-monitoring for any type of illness before deciding to visit a patient or resident and refrain from visiting if symptomatic.