• 2017 Flu Season Visitor Restrictions

  • In an effort to prevent the spread of the influenza virus, Rome Memorial Hospital has issued temporary age restrictions on visitors. Effective immediately, only healthy adults, 18 years and older, will be allowed to visit patients in the hospital and the Residential Health Care Facility. Hospital administrators also ask that anyone exhibiting flu-like symptoms to please not visit patients or residents.

    Visitors to the hospital’s maternity unit will be limited to the newborn’s parents, grandparents and birthing coaches. This is because newborns are at greater risk of complications from the flu.
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  • Patients and Visitors

    At Rome Memorial Hospital, we are committed to providing you with quality healthcare in a compassionate, comforting environment.

    We understand that hospitals can sometimes seem overwhelming, particularly when you are not feeling well or are concerned about a loved one.

    Knowing more about the hospital can help. In this section, you will find information to answer common questions about your hospital stay and help reduce your anxiety. Our goal is to ensure that your visit here will be as comfortable as possible.

    We consider you a partner in your care. Any time that you have a question or concern, please don’t hesitate to discuss it with your caregivers.
    You can also call the hospital’s general information line at 315-338-7000 and our operator will direct you to a staff member who can help you find the information or resource you need.

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