At Presbyterian, the health and safety of our patients, visitors and workforce is our top priority.
To learn about the current visitor policy for the facility you want to visit, please click on the Presbyterian facility listed below:
Outside of Albuquerque
Hospital Visitor Policy
To protect our patients and employees, it is highly recommended that all patients and visitors over the age of two (2) years wear a medical-grade mask for the entire length of their stay or visit.
Masks will continue to be required if you are a visitor or patient who:
Has symptoms of infection such as fever, cough, sneeze or runny nose
Has had close contact with someone with a known infection such as the flu or COVID-19 within the last 10 days
Will be on a unit with patients who are immunocompromised, such as cancer or transplant patients
These patients and visitors will need to:
Wear a face mask for the entire visit, even in the patient’s room
Make sure the mask covers nose and mouth completely
Wear other personal protective gear, as instructed by staff
Limit the surfaces they touch and perform hand hygiene using hand gel or soap and water
Follow all other requirements and directions provided by staff
Clinic Visitor Policy
It is highly recommended that all patients and visitors over the age of two (2) years wear a medical-grade mask for the entire length of their visit.
Waiting rooms are for patients and their designated support person(s) only. A support person may accompany the patient to departments if help with walking or mobility is needed. At times, the number of visitors may be limited or asked to wait outside, due to the limited seating in the lobby or patient waiting room spaces.