Health and safety measures in place
At Cass Regional Medical Center, the health and safety of our patients, caregivers, and community is our top priority. As we continue to care for our patients with respiratory infections, we remain committed to being “Here for Your Health” and providing you with the same strict standards that we maintain daily for the safety of all our patients.
Some of the ways we focus on providing you exceptional and safe patient care during and after your visit are:
- Screening patients, visitors and staff that enter our facilities.
- Providing masks to those with symptoms of any respiratory infections.
- Encouraging social distancing while in the facility.
- Providing various hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility to enhance hand hygiene practices.
- Offering telehealth options, so that care may be delivered in a virtual setting when possible.
- Using Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) isolation guidelines for all infectious patients, including COVID-19.
- Providing education to patients and their families about isolation guidelines and how to reduce the ongoing transmission of infections during their hospital visit, and providing educational resources for when the patient goes home.
- Providing ongoing support of patients through our outreach programs to facilitate the ongoing healing process after discharge, such as our diabetes education program, nutrition counseling, and our cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs.
Urgent health care needs and vital health care procedures should not be ignored. It is both safe and necessary to receive medical attention at our sites of care.
As you prepare for your medical visit, it is also imperative that you and those in your household continue to follow current infection prevention guidance from the CDC, including vigilant hand hygiene and social distancing.
Talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about your health or upcoming procedure.
Cass Regional Medical Center remains focused on providing you with exceptional care. We know these circumstances may not be what you anticipated when planning for your upcoming visit and/or procedure, and we recognize the worry that this pandemic may have created for you or your loved ones. We remain committed to being “Here for Your Health,” and we thank you for trusting us with your care.
Visit our COVID-19 Resource Hub for information on testing, our visitor policies, and more.