Baylor Frisco COVID-19 Safety Measures

As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic together, we are continually developing new protocols with your safety and convenience in mind. We have implemented expanded patient and visitor precautions, including visitation and mask policies and screening at entry points.

Elective Surgery

We’re taking extra care so that you don’t need to delay your surgery

We have built a safety plan designed to evaluate each patient’s case independently as we determine the need for certain safety measures, including COVID-19 testing. All patients will be tested for active infection and caregivers will take appropriate measures consistent with CDC guidelines.

COVID-19 Updates

Pregnancy and COVID-19

Entrance Screening

All staff, visitors, or patients entering the facility will be screened including a temperature check.  Those with a temperature at or above 100.0 will not be permitted to enter at this time.
We continue to conduct a short screening for patients and those visitors who meet our visitor exception criteria.  This screening is based on CDC guidelines for identifying respiratory illnesses including coronavirus (COVID-19).:
  • Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath, Sore throat, Weakness, Muscle pain, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Loss of smell


To protect the safety of our patients and staff, and in accordance with new local regulations surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Baylor Frisco has an amended visitor policy.  Visitors must be over the age of 16. and the following are allowed:
  • Procedure/Surgical Patients – 1 visitor
  • Labor / post-partum patients – 1 visitor
  • NICU patients – both parents
  • Patients receiving end-of-life care – additional visitors with administrative approval
  • Patients under 18 – both parents
  • Patients with a disability requiring additional assistance – 1 visitor
  • As otherwise determined by our hospital leadership

Consider Virtual Visit Options

Mask Policy

All patients and visitors must wear a mask over their nose and mouth upon arrival to our facility.  Limited exceptions include:
  • Children under the age of two
  • Anyone who has trouble breathing
  • Anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated, or unable to remove the mask without assistance

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