Open Accessibility Menu

Updates to Visiting Policies at Campbell County Health April 2021

  • Posted On:
Updates to Visiting Policies at Campbell County Health April 2021

GILLETTE, WY – The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center has updates for resident visitation and outings effective April 1, 2021:

  • Visitation hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 am-5:30 pm
  • Visitation hours on Wednesday from 8 am-7 pm
  • Visitors must arrive to facility by 5:30 pm so screening can occur
  • Visitation does not need to be scheduled
  • Two visitors (over age 18) at a time
  • Masks must be worn at all times
  • Visits must occur in resident’s room
  • No communal dining, food or drinks during visit
  • Outings may occur Monday-Friday, from 8 am-5 pm, please call ahead so resident can be ready
  • Please sign resident out/in at nurse’s station when leaving/returning to facility
  • Please have resident returned to facility by 5 pm for nursing to complete screening

The Legacy is actively working to extend visitation and outings for Saturday and Sunday. Please call Jordan at 307-696-3723 or Social Services at 688-7131 or 688-7121 if you have any questions.

Visitation will be discontinued immediately if there are confirmed COVID-19 cases in The Legacy and/or the county positive rate increases to 10% and above.

CCH continues to require all employees, patients, visitors, support persons and volunteers to be screened upon entrance and wear a mask when in any CCH facilities, which includes:

  • Campbell County Memorial Hospital (including the Main Clinic and Walk-in Clinic and all clinics within)
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Fourth Street Building
  • Home Health
  • Home Medical Resources
  • Kid Clinic
  • Pioneer Building
  • Stocktrail Building
  • The Legacy
  • and the Wright Clinic and Occupational Health

CCH has a responsibility to protect vulnerable patients, residents and our employees from exposure to COVID-19. To learn more about visiting restrictions, visit

  • Category: CCH News, CCMG News, CCMH News, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center, Health News, Covid-19