COVID-19 Preventive Measures
As the state begins to re-open, Wise Health Surgical Hospital is taking every precaution possible to ensure that it is safe to visit our facility. We have put in place strict safety measures to keep everyone healthy while visiting our facilities and remain committed to providing you with the excellent health care services you depend on.
Some of our new preventive measures and convenience procedures include:
- COVID-Testing: All surgery patients are swab tested for COVID-19 prior to their procedure at a convenient drive-thru location.
- Screening Procedures: Everyone who enters our facility, including physicians and staff are screened prior to entering each day, including a temperature screening and questionnaire.
- Sanitizer: Hand sanitizer is available at all of our entrances and throughout our facilities.
- Requiring Masks: Everyone in the building, including patients are required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth throughout the duration of their visit. Limited exceptions may apply.
- Frequent Cleaning: Enhanced cleaning procedures of frequently touched surfaces. Clinical spaces are disinfected daily with procedures recommended by the CDC to kill the COVID-19 virus.
- Social Distancing: Safe social distancing efforts provided in waiting areas and shared spaces with visual reminders.
- Visitor Limitations: To maintain a healthy environment and to reduce spread of COVID-19, patient visitors have been limited. Please check with your provider location for more information about visitor limitations.
- Mobile-Friendly Patient Updates: Our EASE app allows the family members or friend of a patient to receive status updates to be sent to their mobile device.
- Virtual Visits: our Doxy.me allows for patients to connect with friends or family members virtually.
We sincerely hope that you continue to take care of yourself and your loved ones and while the trials of these last few months may have put a pause on many aspects of life, it is important not to neglect your health. Together, we can continue to stay healthy and safe as a community.