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Piedmont Atlanta

1968 Peachtree Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

Piedmont Atlanta Visitor Information

Care Partner Policy (Updated September 19, 2022)

Piedmont Atlanta currently allows two Care Partners for most inpatients. This includes surgical patients. All other patients (i.e., those here for outpatient procedures other than surgery, the Emergency Department, or a physician appointment) are still permitted one Care Partner per day.

Rules for Care Partners are as follows:

  • All Care Partners must wear a surgical or medical (e.g. KN95, N95) mask at all times when in the facility. Cloth masks will no longer be an option for patients, visitors or staff.
  • One designated Care Partner may stay overnight.
  • Care Partners not staying overnight can be with their loved one in the hospital from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily. No first-time admittance for Care Partners not staying overnight is allowed after 8:45 p.m. The overnight Care Partner may arrive after this cut-off for daily visitors. If the overnight Care Partner does not wish to be one of the two designated Care Partners for the following day, however, they must leave by 7 a.m.
  • No "switching out" is permitted for Care Partners. The designated Care Partner(s) for a given day will be the patient’s only visitor(s).
  • Care Partners are documented in the patient care record (Epic, using a Sticky Note).
  • Care Partners must be 18 years or older.
  • All Care Partners, vendors, delivery drivers, etc., must pass the health screen and wear an armband to show they have passed.
  • Care Partners may visit the cafeteria, gift shop, chapel and waiting areas if they have their health screening armband visible and are wearing a surgical or medical mask.
  • Care Partners are not permitted in waiting areas on the patient floors unless directed by the care team.
  • Armbands are color-coded by day of the week.
  • Any exceptions to the Care Partner Policy must be approved by the designated Piedmont Atlanta executive.

Piedmont Atlanta Hospital reserves the right to change the Care Partner Policy at any time.


Location Visitor Policy
All other areas (not noted) One designated Care Partner
Cath/EP Labs One designated Care Partner
ED One designated Care Partner
Guest Center One patient and one designated Care Partner for Mason Transplant clinic evaluations. (Overnight stay)
Imaging Tests/Procedures/ODC/PAT One designated Care Partner
Inpatient Units and Critical Care Two designated Care Partners
Labor and Delivery/Family Care Center Two designated Care Partners
Mason Transplant Clinic One designated Care Partner
NICU Two Care Partners during designated hours
Outpatient Infusion One designated Care Partner
PUI or Positive Covid-19 Patients No Care Partners unless approved by designated Piedmont executive. No physical contact with patient.
Radiation Oncology One designated Care Partner
Samsky Clinic One designated Care Partner
Surgery Two designated Care Partners


Piedmont encourages the use of electronic devices to communicate with patients who are hospitalized. While we regret the inconvenience it may cause for some patients, safety is at the center of our organization and we believe these steps are necessary to create the safest environment at our hospital.

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