COVID-19 Preparedness Information
Caldwell Medical Center is here for our patients and community. In this time of uncertainty with many unknowns, you can gain some peace of mind with the knowledge that we are taking the COVID-19 outbreak very seriously and aggressively working to keep you and our entire area safe and protected during this outbreak. We are working closely with local and state offices to coordinate our response for greater efficiency and effectiveness in our public health efforts. The following are resources to help keep you informed and up to date on the latest most credible information so that you can do your part to stay safe and keep those around you protected from unnecessary exposure to infection.
Temporary Visitor Restrictions
To help limit the spread of the virus we are following the most current guidelines from the Governor’s Office as well as recommendations by the Commissioner for Public Health for restricting in-person visitation. Visitors are encouraged to utilize other methods of communication such as video calling, phone calls, or texting when possible. Family and friends create an important support network that is vital to an individual’s recovery. This is still true even when in-person visitation is not possible. To learn more about our current visitation policy please visit our visitation page.
Telemedicine Now at Caldwell Medical
You can now make an appointment with your provider from the comfort of your own home. All of our CMA Clinics now offer virtual visits to help reduce unnecessary in-person interaction to help maintain social distancing guidelines and to decrease preventable spread of disease or infection. Call any of our clinic locations to learn more about this service and how it applies to you.
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