Visiting restrictions are in place to help protect visitors, patients,
residents and employees.
As of March 19, 2020, the following Visiting Restrictions are in place:
CCMH, The Legacy Closed to Public
Campbell County Health (CCH) is closing Campbell County Memorial Hospital
(CCMH) to visitors as the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continues
to increase in the state, and people are being urged to keep their distance
from one another.
“CCH asks for your cooperation as we work to limit the spread of
coronavirus in our communities,” says Dr. Nicholas Stamato, FACC,
Chief of Medical Staff and Cardiologist at Campbell County Medical Group
Cardiology. “It is important to remember COVID-19 control measures
may only delay cases, not prevent cases—but this delay gives your
healthcare providers time to prepare. We encourage you to stay home, or
participate in social distancing, as much as possible. This means working
from home, or staying in rather than going out to bars or restaurants—and
it’s our best shot at slowing down the spread of this virus.”
CCMH will not allow any visitors except one parent of pediatric patients
and one support person of those giving birth. All patients will be required
to undergo a respiratory health screening and have their temperature taken;
no one under 18 will be allowed.
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