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The last year has taught us a lot about what’s essential. Essential workers. Essential supplies. Essential businesses. Now it’s time to attend to another essential – your health. Not getting prompt, proper, regular medical care can have long-term consequences.

At White Plains Hospital and our physicians’ practices, we’ve exceeded the state and federal guidelines to protect you. Infection control was always our priority, and now we’ve taken further action, creating separate COVID patient areas, implementing extensive cleaning practices, and enhancing screening for all staff and patients.

Learn more about our initiatives in place for your health and safety at the hospital:


Cases of COVID-19 are once again increasing state-wide and here in Westchester County. As such, we are taking additional precautions at White Plains Hospital to keep our staff and patients safe. Effective Tuesday, December 21, we have changed our visitation policy to allow one visitor per day per patient. When visiting, we ask that all visitors please be masked at all times while in the Hospital and remain in the patient’s room while you are here.  At this time they will not be allowed to wait in the lobby or Cafeteria. Visitors are allowed between the hours of 12pm-6pm daily.

Exceptions may apply for parents visiting the NICU, pediatric patients, patients in palliative care, and those with special needs, being discharged, or needing a support person.

Safety remains our top priority and we are following guidelines provided by the New York State Department of Health to allow limited visitation for family members and loved ones. See our Visitation Policy page for further details.
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