Patients & Visitors
Copper Ridge Care Center is a 125 bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility located at 201 Hartnell Avenue, Redding, California. We are located a few blocks south of the intersection of Cypress and Hartnell. Please call us at 530.222.2273 if you have any questions, or come by for a tour of the facility.
Ways to stay in touch
Visits by family and friends are vital to the recovery process. If you are unable to visit in person, here are some ways to stay in touch with your family or friend while they are here:
- Send a Cheer Card through our website.
- Send an e-mail or greeting card to Copper Ridge.
- Call the patient or resident at Copper Ridge’s main line 530.222.2273 and ask to be transferred to their room.
The following visitation policies are in place to help our patients heal as quickly as possible and to prevent the spread of infections.
- Family and visitors should always wash hands each time they enter and leave the patient room or unit.
- Family and visitors should follow all isolation and/or infection control pre-cautions as instructed by nursing staff.
- Family and visitors are asked not to come to the hospital if they are feeling ill or have signs of, or have recently been exposed to, communicable illnesses or infections.
- Any visitor under age 12 should be accompanied by an adult (not the patient) who is responsible for the child’s supervision.
- To maintain the privacy of other patients, family and visitors must only enter the room of the patient that they are there to spend time with, unless they have permission from the other patient.
- We do not have standard visiting hours. We recommend visiting between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
- Family and friends are asked to visit during non-therapy times to allow patients to focus their attention on their therapy sessions. When appropriate, caregivers are encouraged to work with the staff to learn the proper rehabilitation techniques to be continued after discharge.
- To facilitate the rest and recovery of all patients, family members and visitors should be mindful and sensitive to the needs of other patients and families by keeping noise and disturbances to a minimum.
- At all times, family and visitors should act in compliance with all applicable facility policies and procedures.
- Patients receiving end of life care may have unlimited access to family members and significant others.
- No home medications without nursing approval
- At all times, family and visitors must not interfere with normal facility operations. The facility reserves the right to take steps necessary to ensure normal facility operations and ensure the health and safety of all of its patients.