COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

At Melbourne Regional Medical Center, we’re taking precautions to make sure our hospital is clean, safe and ready for your next visit.

COVID-19 Information

250 N Wickham Rd.
Melbourne, FL 32935

safe and ready

COVID-19 Information

At Melbourne Regional Medical Center, we’re taking precautions to make sure our hospital is clean, safe, and ready for your next visit.

We’re suiting up and scrubbing down even more.
We’ve upped our cleaning and disinfecting protocols – especially for high-touch areas.  We also make sure we’re adequately stocked with masks, shields, gloves, and gowns to help keep you and our staff healthy.

Visitor Guidelines as of September 30, 2022
Our top priority is always the safety and well-being of our patients, visitors, and employees.  We continuously monitor the situation and update our policy as needed.  Our policy is aligned with recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the COVID Transmission Levels in Brevard County.  The following policy is now in place:

All potential visitors:

  • Please refrain from visiting if you are experiencing symptoms of an illness, such as fever, cough, shortness of brea,th or fatigue
  • Please enter through designated areas of the hospital or outpatient facility
  • Please hand sanitize upon entering and leaving the facility and any patient room
  • Visitors/escorts accompanying patients undergoing outpatient procedures and/or testing remain in the designated waiting areas while the patient is undergoing treatment
  • Examples of designated waiting the areas are hospital cafeteria, surgery waiting room, meditation garden, and hospital main lobby, etc.
  • Visiting hours are from 7 AM-8 PM with no restriction on the duration of visitation between these hours

doctor with patient

When COVID Transmission Levels are High (Red) in Brevard County:

  • Facemasks are recommended for everyone in a healthcare setting when they are in areas of the healthcare facility
  • Visitors may be asked to wear facemasks in the patient room

When COVID Transmission Levels are NOT high in Brevard County:

  • Facemasks will NOT be required. However, individuals who meet the criteria below should use source control while in healthcare settings:
    • Have suspected or confirmed COVID infections or other respiratory infections (e.g. runny nose, cough, sneeze), or
    • Had close contact (patient and visitors) or a higher-risk exposure (HCP) with someone with COVID infection, for 10 days after their exposure, or
    • Reside or work in an area experiencing a COVID outbreak