Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that has been classified as a pandemic due to its international spread. Most cases are mild, but hospital care may be needed for others. The current climate is ever-changing from day-to-day. Ozarks Healthcare recommends that members of the community follow CDC Guidelines even if you are not ill and don’t have symptoms to help prevent the spread and flatten the curve.
Symptoms and preventative measures can be found on the CDC website
Ozarks Healthcare COVID-19 Hotline
Call the hotline if you are experiencing: FEVER, COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
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For more information on testing: CDC Diagnostic Testing Information
Beginning April 14, 2021, Ozarks Healthcare modified visitor restrictions to allow each patient admitted to the hospital to have one visitor at a time from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Visitors will be screened at their point of entry and asked to wear a mask.
- Each visitor will be required to remain in the patient’s room at all times.
Please note that there will be several exceptions to the above:
- Emergency Department: One visitor (18 years and older) at a time, with the exception of pediatric patients.
- End-of-life care: The patient’s clinical team can make exceptions at their discretion.
- Pediatrics: Up to two parents/guardians at a time. (This includes all patients under 18 years old.)
- Labor and Delivery and Postpartum: One support person for labor and delivery patients.
- Neuropsychiatric Unit: Visiting hours for neuropsychiatric patients will be from 3 to 4 p.m. daily. One visitor at a time will be permitted.
Virtual Visits Available:
Ozarks Healthcare providers are committed to improving the quality of life for all the people in our region through accessible healthcare services. Our medical staff and health care professionals are here to provide personalized, high-quality medical services and we will continue to take a proactive role in being responsive to your community's needs.
If you would like to be seen while adhering to social distancing, please contact your Ozarks Healthcare provider to schedule a virtual visit. A virtual visit is a high-quality virtual face-to-face video and audio visit allowing you to speak with your provider in a secure and personal way. Click here to find an Ozarks Healthcare Provider.