Womack Army Medical Center is restricting all visitor access to the hospital.
These measures simply serve as a precaution to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and protect all patients and staff.
- Children may be accompanied by one parent or caregiver.
- Women in labor may have one support person with them. The support person privileges cannot be transferred from person-to-person.
Read the MEMORANDUM FOR INPATIENT SERVICES
for additional guidelines.
Exception to Visitor Policy
To request an exception to visitor policy, please fill out the form provided in the Memo and return it to the relevant nursing staff.
For most wards at Womack, there are no set visiting hours. The exceptions are listed below.
3N Mother Baby Ward: 8:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m.
6S Adult Psychiatry: Family members can visit from 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Pet Visitation Program
The Womack (WAMC) American Red Cross supports a pet visitation program. Dogs and their handlers may visit patients of WAMC and members of the Fort Bragg Warrior Transition Battalion. The program provides a great resource to aid in the recovery of patients either in a hospital setting or recreational setting.
Handlers must meet requirements to become a Red Cross Volunteer at WAMC, and all dogs participating in the Pet Visitation Program are also registered with the American Red Cross and must be certified through an approved dog therapy training program.
Pet Visitation Volunteers have great flexibility and may volunteer as their schedule allows, to include: evenings and weekends.
Contact Red Cross Womack to learn more.