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Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center Visitor Information

Care Partner Policy (Updated August 10, 2021)

Piedmont Cartersville will allow one Care Partner per day for non-COVID medical, surgical and ICU patients during the hours of 6:00am-9:00pm.

  • The visitor must remain the same for each specified day. No switching of visitors allowed at this time
  • Visitors must be 16 years or older.
  • Visitors must enter and exit through the outpatient area located at the back of the hospital.
  • Visitors will be screened for symptoms of acute respiratory illness in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines before entering the facility.
    • Visitors with a positive screen will not be permitted to enter the facility.
    • Visitors with a negative screen will receive a colored armband which must be worn for the duration of their visit that day.

Emergency Services

At Piedmont Cartersville, one Care Partner will be allowed for non-COVID Emergency Department patients. The visitor must remain the same person for the duration of the visit.


Perinatal Services

Women’s Services, surgical and procedural areas will continue to permit one Care Partner per patient. Labor & Delivery patients are allowed one support person (includes doulas) of the mother's choosing for the duration of the hospital stay. No substitutions are allowed.


Visitor Screening Guidelines and Requirements

All visitors will be required to:

  • Wear a facemask covering their mouth and nose at all times while inside the facility.
  • Perform frequent hand hygiene.
  • Remain in the patient’s room at all times unless asked to wait in another designated area.


Visitors/caregivers who do not comply with the above guidelines will be asked to the leave the facility.


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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Infection control and prevention measures are always a priority at Piedmont Cartersville. Our Infection Control specialists and clinical leadership have a coordinated and comprehensive plan to handle infectious disease patients, adhering to the CDC’s recommendations and guidelines for prevention, surveillance and treatment.

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