Visiting the Hospital
Jupiter Medical Center cares about your needs, whether you are a patient
or someone visiting a friend or family member. We welcome visitors concerned
about friends or family who are patients at our facility. Visits from
friends and loved ones help our patients maintain a positive outlook,
and we believe it is an important part of their care as a whole.
When visiting the hospital, it is important to be mindful of the needs
of all our guests. We ask that you only visit during the designated visiting
hours so as not to disturb patients when they should be resting. Special
allowances for afterhours visiting may be made available on request.
**Changes to Visiting Hours for COVID-19**
Effective August 16, 2021
The health and safety of our patients, visitors, team members and community
is our top priority. Therefore, in line with the latest guidelines from
the Florida Department of Health related to COVID-19, we have revised
our visitation policy.
Jupiter Medical Center has implemented a “no visitor” policy,
with the following exceptions:
- Labor & Delivery and Pediatric patients may have one visitor accompany
them during their stay.
- Parents with an infant in the neonatal ICU will be allowed to be with their
infant, one parent at a time.
- Other exceptions, including visits to hospice, will be considered on a
- Children under the age of 18 are not permitted to visit at this time.
- ALL VISITORS MUST WEAR A MASK WHILE IN THE BUILDING.
- ALL VISITORS SHOULD STAY IN THE PATIENTS ROOM.
- NO DISCHARGES USING THE EAST ENTRANCE.
- We will no longer allow visitors in the cafeteria, they may still visit
the coffee shop near the East Lobby.
Visitors who are sick are not permitted to enter the hospital, without
exception. Visitors will be screened at the time of arrival.
All visitors are now being directed to enter the hospital through the East Entrance.
To make your visit easier, we provide wireless internet access across the