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Committed to Safety: We are taking all necessary precautions to keep you safe while we care for you. Review all our visitor policies and precautions. Get more information on COVID-19.

Committed to Safety

As we resume services during the coronavirus pandemic, here are some of the things we are doing to keep you safe.

Our Enhanced Cleaning Practices

  • Frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces and common areas
  • Deep cleaning of our facilities daily
  • Increased environmental quality inspections
  • Expanded use of ultraviolet disinfecting robots
  • Immediate cleaning of exam and treatment rooms between patient visits

Provider and Patient interaction

Our Enhanced Safety Practices

  • Separate facility for the care of COVID-19 patients, except for select patients whose conditions require advanced care in dedicated hospital units
  • Limiting visitors
  • Masking and screening all staff, patients and guests
  • Testing all patients for COVID-19 before any surgeries or procedures, and for all admissions from the emergency department
  • Required hand hygiene at entrances of all facilities
  • Increased hand sanitizer stations throughout
  • Plexiglass barriers at check in desks
  • Waiting rooms restructured to support social distancing
  • Expanding virtual care to support your health and wellness

Wellness Matters

  • Fight Pandemic Fatigue: Take Care of Yourself and Stay Vigilant About COVID-19 Safety

    Fighting Pandemic Fatigue: Take Care of Yourself and Stay Vigilant About COVID-19 Safety

    Pandemic fatigue is a natural response after many months of COVID-19, it’s still essential to practice coronavirus safety basics. Cases, deaths and hospitalizations are increasing in our community. To protect ourselves and each other, we need to fight pandemic fatigue while also taking care of our mental health. Here’s how.
    October 27, 2020
  • Halloween and COVID-19

    Halloween and COVID-19: Tips for a Safe and Healthy Halloween

    These tips for a healthy Halloween can help you protect your family from COVID-19. Hear from Cone Health Infection Prevention Medical Director Cynthia Snider, MD, in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    October 26, 2020
  • COVID-19 Numbers Are Increasing: What You Need to Do

    COVID-19 Numbers Are Increasing: What You Need to Do

    COVID-19 numbers are rising in our community. It's still crucial to wear a mask, wash your hands often and wait six feet apart to keep each other safe. Chief physician executive Bruce Swords, MD, PhD, talks about what we can all do to prevent the spread of coronavirus in this week's 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    October 21, 2020