COVID-19 What we're doing to help keep you safe
As global and domestic cases of 2019 Novel Coroanvirus (COVID-19) rise, we have implemented additional measures at our hospital and clinics to help protect the health of everyone we serve.
We are actively monitoring updates and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), state and local health departments.
We have procedures in place should a patient present with symptoms. Screening protocols have been activated, and any individual who meets the criteria established by the CDC and depending on severity, is placed in isolation either at home or admitted and local health departments are notified to assist with further testing.
We are also carefully monitoring supply chain issues to ensure adequate personal protection equipment (PPE) and other supplies are available as demand increases.
To continue to protect the health and safety of our patients, guests, coworkers, and community, we are temporarily restricting all visitors to the Hospital. This helps us to prevent and slow the spread of infectious illnesses such as COVID-19.
The following restrictions are currently in place.
We may allow one (1) healthy pre-screened adult visitor 18 yrs. or older only in the following circumstances:
Inpatient without COVID-19: 1 designated visitor (preferably home caregiver)
Obstetrics and Birthing Rooms: 1 support person
Pediatric patient: 1 parent/guardian
No visitors will be allowed for:
Emergency Department/ Outpatient Surgery/ Outpatient Testing/ Clinic Visit: unless patient is under 18 yrs. old then parent/guardian only
Suspect or confirmed COVID-19 patients
Exceptions may be considered for extenuating circumstances at the discretion of the medical provider.
Thank you for your help and cooperation in preventing the spread of illness.
is to testing and screening estimated costs which may be ordered and provided at the time of service, which will affect a total bill for service.
We are asking all patients to wear a cloth face mask when coming into the Clinic and consider wearing a cloth face mask when you are out in the community.
To learn more, click here: “The Care and Use of Cloth Face Masks”