San Ramon Regional Medical Center is committed to taking the necessary and critical steps to ensure patients, visitors and staff in our hospital are safe and remain healthy. The California Department of Public Health recently issued guidance for hospitals to allow visitors to return to hospitals.

Effective Monday, May 10, 2021, the following visitor policy will be in place:

  • Visitor hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Two visitors are permitted per patient
  • ICU visitation must be scheduled by appointment only

We understand certain situations will require an exception to the visitor policy, and unit leadership will consider further exceptions.

All visitors will be screened upon entry, provided a mask and asked to perform hand hygiene. The mask should be worn at all times while in the facility. Visitors are not allowed for COVID-19 patients and those under investigation.

We appreciate your support and understanding during this time.

Please note: Visitor policy is subject to change pending updates from the county, state or federal recommendations.

About San Ramon Regional Medical Center

On behalf of everyone at San Ramon Regional Medical Center, we welcome you to our hospital’s website. Please explore the site, where you will learn about all the high quality services and programs we offer. Personalized service and a patient-centered philosophy are distinctive qualities of our facility.

Thank you for considering San Ramon Regional Medical Center. We provide quality healthcare services, and we look forward to caring for you and your family.

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News & Announcements

Hospital Administration Walks in Nursing Shoes for Nurses Week

Oct 1, 2019

NursesMay 6-12, 2019, is National Nurses Week, a time to spotlight nurses for the wonderful work they do every day for patients and their families. Nurses are an integral part of our community and San Ramon Regional Medical Center is celebrating its nurses throughout the week with special events.

The hospital’s Administration Team put on scrubs and walked in nursing shoes. They used the opportunity to understand and learn about the work nurses do every day. Hospital leaders visited numerous units including emergency, operating room, intensive care and birthing center.

“Nurses play an important role in our Community Built on Care. Every day, they provide compassionate, quality care to our patients,” said Wendy Sirivar, Chief Nursing Officer at San Ramon Regional Medical Center. “I am deeply grateful to our nurses and their commitment to the Tri-Valley community.”

San Ramon Regional Medical Center will also present one of its nurses with the Florence Nightingale Award as part of Nurses Week.

Other events include relaxation therapy, photo booth, nurse recognitions and breakfast served by the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District.