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Patient Self Scheduling


Due to the impact of COVID-19 and wanting to specifically screen all patients before coming to the office, we are temporarily turning off patient’s ability to self-schedule using MyChart. We will continue to evaluate these tools in the coming weeks. Thank you for your patience.

New Visitor Guidelines Effective Wednesday, May 27, 2020

• Visitation hours will be from noon to 7 p.m., seven days a week.

• Patient visitation will be restricted to one visitor per patient during the established visiting hours.

VISITORS WILL BE REQUIRED TO:

• Sign-in and -out upon entry and departure

• Wear a face mask

• Temperature screen upon entry and symptomatic questions

• Perform hand hygiene

• Travel directly to/from the patient room

If visitors do not comply with these requirements, they will be unable to enter the facility.

NO VISITORS will be admitted into any clinical setting, unless:

• A single designated partner or primary caretaker for mothers delivering babies.

• End-of-life situations. Patients are limited to one visitor at a time, if haven’t traveled internationally or have any respiratory symptoms.

• A single individual responsible for transporting a patient coming for a procedure or being discharged from the hospital.

Reopening of Practices and Clinical Services During COVID-19 Recovery


As the number of COVID-19 cases decline in the United States, we have re-opened practices and services according to state guidelines. St. Elizabeth Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Physicians want to ensure our patients, visitors and staff remain healthy. We have taken many measures to ensure coming to one of our offices for a visit or test is safe. This includes temperature screenings, masks, social distancing and room cleaning and disinfection. We still highly encourage the use of video visits when appropriate. Your provider will determine the best visit type for you based on your symptoms, risk factors and needs. We ask that you limit person accompanying patients to appointments to only ONE person and only if necessary to provide care, consent and medical information (such as a parent or caregiver of a family member). For those providing transportation only, we ask that they wait outside in their car.

Please feel free to contact one of our offices for any questions or requests for accommodation. We look forward to seeing you again and we are happy to work with you to come up with solutions that will keep everyone safe.

For more information visit Coronavirus.gov

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