Med Center Health Visitation Restrictions

Med Center Health is closely monitoring the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In an abundance of caution, and to keep our environment safe for patients, visitors and staff, Med Center Health has implemented the following visitor restrictions. These restrictions are in accordance with a directive from Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear to all Kentucky hospitals. Med Center Health hospitals are: The Medical Center at Bowling Green; The Medical Center at Albany; The Medical Center at Caverna (Horse Cave); The Medical Center at Franklin; The Medical Center at Scottsville; and Commonwealth Regional Specialty Hospital located in The Medical Center at Bowling Green.

Maternity & Women’s Health

  • One dedicated spouse, partner or support person


  • One parent

All Other Adult Units (Bowling Green, Albany, Caverna and Franklin — See Scottsville below)

  • One visitor at a time, over the age of 16. Exceptions will be made for end-of-life situations and pediatric needs.

When visiting, remember to wash your hands with soap and water when entering and leaving patient rooms. Those with fever, runny nose, body aches, or respiratory symptoms should not visit. Due to the fluctuating nature of COVID-19, this policy will be revised as needed.   

*Non-essential visitors, vendors and contractors are prohibited from hospital facilities while these restrictions are in place.

If you have questions regarding the visitor policy, call (270) 745-1000.

Visitation Restrictions at The Medical Center at Scottsville

For the safety of our patients and staff, no visitors are currently allowed. Compassionate exceptions will be made for end-of-life care. For more information, call (270) 622-2800.

Visitation restrictions at Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care

To safeguard the health of our residents, visitation restrictions are currently in place at Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care. Read the full statement here.

The Medical Center at Bowling Green visitor’s guide

For more information about COVID-19 transmission and prevention, please visit the Kentucky Department for Public Health website at www.KYCOVID19.ky.gov or call (800) 722-5725.