Casa Grande hospital

The Casa Grande IDA in the past has provided financing for what is now Banner Casa Grande Medical Center.

CASA GRANDE — Banner Health has changed its visitor restrictions at hospitals in the Phoenix, Tucson and Casa Grande areas.

One visitor per patient per day is now permitted for most in-patients. Out-patient buildings and out-patient services attached to hospitals (e.g. emergency rooms, out-patient treatment centers, etc.) still do not permit visitors with few exceptions.

Visits for most patients at Banner Casa Grande Medical Center will be permitted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a maximum duration of three hours.

Visitors will be required to wear a mask throughout the duration of their visit, including while in the patient’s room. Banner will not provide masks for visitors.

The cafeteria and other congregation areas are closed.

Due to COVID-19, the hospital is conducting a health screening for all visitors at check-in. Be prepared to wait in line before entering the building. Complete the electronic visitor health screening prior to arrival to expedite your entrance to the building.

Visitors are not to bring any gifts, flowers or balloons on a patient visit.

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