Visitor Information

We’re glad to have you.

Next to our patients, our patients’ friends and family members are the most important people we know. Spending time with someone who cares during a hospital stay stimulates smiles and lifts spirits–on both sides of the hospital bed. That’s why we encourage visitors to come see us, sit, and stay awhile; it’s a healthy experience for everyone.

Visitor Policy

Our top priority is always the safety and well-being of our patients, visitors and employees.

As we continue to monitor the developing coronavirus situation, we are revising our visitation policy to protect our community against the spread of respiratory illness, including COVID-19. The following visitor restrictions are in effect.

Visitor Policy: At this time, visitation is open to those 14 years of age and older, with unit-based visitation per specific policies.

Behavioral Health will allow one visitor per patient and all visits will take place in the common areas. Behavioral Health visiting hours are as follows:

3 South Rooms 360A-366B: 7-8 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday

3 South Rooms 367A-371B: 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday

4 North Rooms 442A-445B: 5-6 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday

4 North Rooms 447A-450B: 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday

Visitors should continue to enter through the Main Lobby where they will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. Visitors are also required to wear a face mask.

Waiting Areas

Each nursing unit has a place where patients and families can visit. The Surgical and Surgical ICU have a specific waiting area on the second floor, above the Main Lobby. The Medical Intensive Care and Cardiovascular Intermediate Units have a waiting area for families on the first floor of the Northwest wing. Our staff provides patient updates to family members in these areas as needed.


  • You can have a maximum of two visitors at any one time.
  • Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the Intensive Care Units and Open Heart Unit unless they are a patient's sibling.
  • Wash your hands often while visiting our facility. It prevents the spread of germs that can cause infection.
  • If you have a fever, cold, or any infection symptoms, please stay home.
  • Trumbull Regional Medical Center is a tobacco-free campus. No smoking is allowed anywhere on the grounds.
  • Don't bring patients food or candies unless your attending doctor gives permission.