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HOSPITAL RESTRICTIONS NOW IN EFFECT

For the safety of our patients, associates, volunteers, and staff, please restrict your hospital visits per the guidelines below. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!

Visitors should enter Hancock Regional Hospital through:

Main Entrance
Emergency Department

ALL VISITORS WILL BE SCREENED UPON ENTERING THE HOSPITAL

LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN TOGETHER

Steps you can take to encourage good hygiene and help slow the spread of the virus.

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YOUR SCHOOL

YOUR BUSINESS

YOUR CHURCH

YOUR HOME

DO NOT VISIT if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms: fever, cough, muscle aches, chills, or other signs of illness.

Please stay home and get well!

We are currently limiting visits to one designate visitor per patient for duration of stay.

If the patient you’re visiting is experiencing flu-like symptoms, please wear a mask at all times during your visit.

Visitors under 18 years of age are NOT permitted at this time.

TAKE EVERYDAY PRECAUTIONS!

AVOID CROWDS OF 10 PEOPLE OR MORE

AVOID PEOPLE WHO ARE SICK

KEEP OBJECTS AND SURFACES CLEAN

WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND HOT WATER

COUGH OR SNEEZE INTO YOUR ELBOW OR A TISSUE

STAY HOME AS MUCH AS YOU CAN

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

CORONAVIRUS?

FLU? COLD? ALLERGIES?

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STEVE'S UPDATE

March 27, 2020

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Covid 19: To date, Hancock County has had 13 confirmed cases and one death. On Monday, March 30th, in-person visitation will no longer be allowed; however, our team has worked hard, with NineStar Connect, to bring a new E-Visit program so that you can virtually visit with loved ones. We've been working hard to increase our inpatient capacity by 30%, have more than doubled our ICU capacity and have nearly three times the ventilator capacity than we had before. My next update will come on Monday as we will try and rest this weekend, enjoy time with our loved ones and hopefully enjoy some great spring weather. I hope you're able to do the same.  
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HANCOCK PHYSICIAN NETWORK RESTRICTIONS NOW IN EFFECT

Each of our Hancock Physician Network offices are open and seeing patients. While the way we see patients might look a little bit different with the Coronavirus in our midst, we are still here to care for you and meet your healthcare needs. 

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