Visitor information

HonorHealth has visitation guidelines to protect our patients, caregivers and visitors. Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.

Please do not visit if you are ill. If you must visit the campus and are experiencing respiratory symptoms, please wear a mask. There may be additional masking requirements based on the unit or department you are visiting.

If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. Bandanas, neck gaiters, single-ply fabric masks, valve masks or similar face coverings are not permitted.

Learn more about our safety measures.

HonorHealth visitor restrictions to reduce spread of illness

Please refrain from visiting patients if:

You're feeling ill or experiencing respiratory symptoms (runny nose, cough, fever).


Medical center visitor guidelines

John C. Lincoln, Deer Valley, Sonoran Crossing and Scottsdale Osborn, Shea, Thompson Peak 

To prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses, HonorHealth has seasonal visitor restrictions in place. Here’s what you need to know when visiting our medical centers:

  • Visitors are allowed 24 hours a day unless there is a justified clinical reason for no visitors.
  • Children 12 years of age and under are not permitted to visit patients at this time.
    • The only exception is healthy siblings of healthy newborns.
  • Visitors are limited to two at a time per patient.
  • Cafeterias and gift shops are open.
  • Get more information about current OB and NICU guidelines.
  • We strongly encourage visitors to observe appropriate hand hygiene guidelines. Gloves are not permitted.

Medical Group visitor guidelines

  • Family members and support persons can accompany patients to their appointments.
  • Patients are required to wear a mask if there is a suspected respiratory infection with symptoms (runny nose, cough, fever) or are immunocompromised.
  • Masks are required at all urgent care locations and the following primary care locations: Gavilan Peak, West Bell Road, Saguaro, Fountain Hills and Del Lago.

HonorHealth recognizes the basic human right to choose one's own support system in a time of need. An open visitation policy is designed to protect the patient's rights to receive any visitors they designate regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. All visitors will enjoy full and equal visitation privileges consistent with the patient preferences.