What to Expect When Visiting DHS:

See below for Davis Medical Center,

Broaddus Hospital &

Webster Co. Memorial Hospital

All patients entering our facilities must wear a face mask.  If you do not have one, we will provide one for you.

Davis Medical Center Visitation

  • Each patient will be allowed two visitors per day (only one permitted at a time) effective 6.15.20.  The visitor will need to stop at the nurses station to first pick up a Visitor Card. Once the visitor leaves the building, they will not be permitted back in until the following day.

  • All patients  & staff must enter through the Main Entrance on Gorman Avenue.  The Emergency Dept entrance will remain open for emergencies only.

  • Should I keep my appointment? Yes. Patients face no risk in our hospitals and clinics. Please keep existing appointments unless directed otherwise. All of our hospitals and clinics remain open to serve the community.

 

  • Diagnostic Services – Lab and radiology services are in normal operation at Davis Medical Center and Broaddus Hospital.  Patients receiving these services must wear a mask.  There will be no exceptions to this guideline in order to protect our healthcare providers.

  • If you are feeling ill, please call ahead 304.630.3088 to speak with a nurse before coming to Davis Medical Center. You will be advised of clinical management.

  • Health Center Pharmacy is taking extra precautions to keep patients and staff safe. Patients are encouraged to use the Curbside Service or the Free Delivery Service in Randolph County.  Call 304.636.6767 for information on these programs. 

  • Emergency Departments are for those who need the most critical care. Discretion should be used in utilizing the emergency department for non-life threatening illness or injury.

  • Patient with severe symptoms such as difficulty breathing, should seek care immediately. Older patients and individuals who have underlying medical conditions or are immunocompromised should contact their physician early in the course of even mild illness.

Broaddus Hospital Visitation

  • Broaddus has restricted ALL visitors to INPATIENT AREAS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

  • Mansfield Place has restricted ALL visitors UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

  • All patients  & staff must enter through the Main Entrance.  

  • ​Total Therapy/Outpatient Physical Therapy will conduct temperature screenings upon entry. Visitors/guests of patients are asked to wait in their car while patients receive therapy.

  • Senior Life Solutions is holding therapy sessions.  A therapist will contact all patients to pre-screen for any preexisting health conditions or symptoms prior to scheduled therapy sessions.

  • Should I keep my appointment? Yes. Patients face no risk in our hospitals and clinics. Please keep existing appointments unless directed otherwise. All of our hospitals and clinics remain open to serve the community.

 

  • Diagnostic Services – Lab and radiology services are in normal operation at Davis Medical Center and Broaddus Hospital.  Patients receiving these services must wear a mask if they present with a cough.  There will be no exceptions to this guideline in order to protect our healthcare providers.

  • If you are feeling ill, please call ahead  to speak with a nurse before coming to Broaddus Hospital or Broaddus Family Care. You will be advised of clinical management.

  • Patients who present to Broaddus with cough, fever, shortness of breath and who may have been exposed to COVID-19, should report to the Emergency Department Entrance and ring the bell for further instruction.

  • Patient with severe symptoms such as difficulty breathing, should seek care immediately. Older patients and individuals who have underlying medical conditions or are immunocompromised should contact their physician early in the course of even mild illness.

Webster County Memorial Hospital Visitation

  • All patients should pull into the lower parking lot near the Emergency Department where you will be screened by a nurse and sent to the appropriate location for care.

  • All lab and radiology patients should pull into the lower parking lot near the emergency Department where you will be screened by a nurse.

  • Pharmacy patients (Webster Springs location) should pull into the lot near the hospital loading dock, and call the number posted on signage.  A pharmacy representative will deliver your prescriptions to your car.

  • The Cowen Clinic is utilizing TeleMedicine on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday.

  • The Rural Health Clinic at Webster Co. Memorial Hospital and Provider based Clinic is open for TeleMedicine Monday - Friday 8am-8pm.

  • The WCMH Emergency Department is available 24/7 for emergency and life-threatening patient care.

For the protection and safety of our patients and healthcare workers, Davis Medical Center is suspending non-emergent, non-urgent, and in-person medical and surgical care.
We are now offering TeleMedicine to our patients to allow you to still be "seen" by your provider or specialist.

If you have questions related to COVID-19, please use the state hotline – 1.800-887-4304.

If you are presenting with symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath, please call ahead - 304.630.3088.

If you have general hospital related questions, please use our local number of 304.636.3300.

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