COVID-19 Response

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The Children's Hospital of San Antonio Visitor Guidelines

Minimal Visitation (begins April 29, 2020)

One visitor will be permitted per surgical patient effective 4/29/2020.

Updated Visitor Guidelines for Friday, April 24

Battle of Flowers Day Holiday Schedule

CLOSED: The specialty care clinics located at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, the Center for Children and Families (CCF), and Health Pavilion – Stone Oak (3rd Floor) will be closed on Friday, April 24. The primary care clinic located in the CCF will also be closed. 

OPEN: The primary care pediatricians’ offices, CHRISTUS Women’s Health and Central Women’s, and the Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic – Westover Hills will be open during regular business hours. 

Updated Visitor Guidelines (beginning Monday, April 6)

Beginning Monday, April 6, patients and their adult caregivers will be required to wear a mask while in the hospital or in the outpatient clinics.  Please bring your own mask or face cover (such as a bandanna).  We are conserving hospital masks for our health care workers.  Hospitalized patients do not have to wear a mask while in their rooms.

Updated Visitor Guidelines (beginning Saturday, March 21 at 6am):

Applies to The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, Goldsbury Center for Children and Families and The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Emergency Centers in Westover Hills and Stone Oak, Multispecialty Clinics and Pediatric Primary Care locations.

Only one (1) adult caregiver will be allowed to accompany a patient.

No siblings or additional family members will be allowed on campus.

Visitors will undergo a temperature screening and must answer the current COVID-19 risk factor questionnaire.

Screening Guideline:
Have you or anyone in your household travelled outside of Texas within the last 14 days?
Are you experiencing any of the following risk factors:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Runny Nose
  • GI symptoms (diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, pain) 
  • Temperature will be taken by screener

Our Location

The Children's Hospital of San Antonio
333 N. Santa Rosa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207