If you are pregnant & have questions about the Covid vaccine:
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As we all know, things change frequently in regards to recommendations and policies around COVID 19 and how to best protect ourselves. This goes for RSVP's office and John Muir Hospital as well. We strive to update our policy as needed to best protect our patients and staff.
All staff at RSVP are fully vaccinated with boosters.
Current Office Policy as of September 1, 2022:
Patients can bring one completely vaccinated guest to any appointments. Guests must show vaccination card at time of arrival for appointment.
Patients & Guests must be masked for entire appointment. No children are allowed unless approved before appointment.
Current John Muir Hospital Policy as of March 4, 2022:
Labor & Delivery/Post Partum: 2 visitors at a time
In accordance with the California Department of Public Health’s Public Health Order, visitors must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and show proof (COVID vaccine card) or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 48 hours to enter the hospital (partners in the case of labor can enter without vaccine but must show negative test within 24 hrs). At-home tests are not acceptable. Ø Visitors who have had COVID in the last 90 days and are currently symptom-free can show proof of original positive test if date on test exceeds 10 days. Ø Visitors must wear a JMH issued face covering over their nose and mouth at all times. No cloth masks allowed. No exceptions. Ø Visitors will be asked to only visit in their assigned patient area. Ø Visitors who have been exposed to a Covid+ or a suspected Covid+ person may not visit for 10 days after exposure.
Pregnancy & Covid 19
A Covid infection in pregnancy can be dangerous for both mother and baby. We strongly recommend pregnant people and those they live and work with, protect mother and baby by wearing mask outside of home and getting vaccinated. Boosters are safe in pregnancy and highly recommended. Our largest population of pregnant people to get Covid in January 2022, are those who have not had booster. The Covid vaccines are safe in pregnancy. We care deeply for our patients, and have seen first hand how risky Covid 19 infection in pregnancy can be to mama and baby. Please protect yourself and baby by getting a Covid vaccine.
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John Muir Birth Center
Our patients deliver their growing family at John Muir Medical Center. We love the staff at the Family Birth Center and we trust you will too.
With a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care and designated Baby-Friendly® birth facility, you can trust that John Muir will take great care of your baby or babies.