COVID-19 Information

Effective 11/2/2020

Trinity Medical Center has enacted more stringent infection control policies for the benefit of our patients, community, and staff.  

Beginning April 5, 2021, the following visitor guidelines will be in effect:
  • Non-COVID patients may have 1 support person at a time (must be at least 18 years of age).
  • Visiting hours are from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm & 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm.  The support person may not come and go throughout the timeframe provided. 
  • All visitors are screened in the main lobby and will receive an armband identifying them as COVID screened.
  • No visitors allowed for COVID Positive patients in the ICU and Emergency Room departments.
  • End-of-life visitation is allowed and handled on a case-by-case basis.

Essential visitors, as determined by Trinity Medical Center, will be subject to COVID-19 screening. The results of the screening will determine if you are allowed into the facility. If you are allowed into the hospital, you will be required to wear a face mask for the duration of your visit. 

To contact the nurses' station for communication with patients, please call 318-757-6551. 

Entry to the Trinity Medical Center campus will be confined to the following location:

Emergency Department will remain open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All visitors MUST use front entrance - temperature checks are required prior to entry.

All other points of entry will remain closed.‚Äč

Effective April 5, 2021 the hospital cafeteria will be opened to the public for Grab & Go only from 12:00pm-1:30pm Monday-Friday. At this time, no inside dining is permitted for visitors.

For non-clinical, general information, you can call Louisiana's statewide 211 networks. This network is designed and staffed to handle calls from Louisiana residents who are concerned and who have questions about the COVID-19 virus.

With coronavirus (COVID-19), the safety of Trinity Medical Center patients and visitors remains our top priority. Trinity Medical Center is closely monitoring COVID-19 developments in partnership with our local and state health departments and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

More information is available at the links below: