Ensuring patients are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our highest priority. Providence Medical Center is implementing a new visitor policy to protect the health and safety of our patients, families and staff in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The new policy follows guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and is intended to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in the hospital and the communities we serve.
If you live or work in Cedar, Dixon, Thurston or Wayne Counties in Nebraska and fit into the Phase 1B Vaccine Priority Group and are interested in getting the vaccine AND you have not already put your name on a list you can sign up by using the link below. Someone will contact you in the future when it is time to schedule you to get your shot. For group priority information visit the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department Facebook page.
You can also contact our Pharmacy to get your name added to the vaccination list. Simply call 402-375-8862
If you are a patient with these symptoms, please be sure to alert the hospital of your symptoms immediately upon your arrival.
Our front doors have been re-opened. A Greeter will meet you just inside the doors to do a brief COVID-19 screening with you before you are allowed farther into the building. Masks will be required while in the hospital. Visitation hours will be from 8 AM to 8 PM. We advise you to call 402-375-3800 before coming to the hospital to check on current visitor limitations.
Respiratory rehab., and cardiac rehab. patients: please enter through the Wellness Center doors (Entrance Door 3) where you will be met by our staff who will grant access to the therapy department after you complete a health screen.
Outpatient clinic patients: please enter through the outpatient entrance (Entrance Door 7) for your appointments. Expect to complete a health screen prior to your appointment.
Patients will continue to enter the Emergency Department doors on the North side of the building through Door 20.
Everyday preventive actions are always recommended to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses.
Due to the severity and risk of transmission of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Providence Community Pharmacy is taking extra steps to minimize the potential transmission of the virus and prioritize patient safety and access to medications.
We provide necessary and life-sustaining medications to our patients. We must take precautions to minimize the risk of exposure to our facility and employees so that we can remain in operation to serve you during this time when you need us the most.
Our lobby is open for symptom free customers to shop for over the counter products you need. If you are experiencing cough, sore throat, chest congestion, fever or other flu-like symptoms, please do NOT come inside the pharmacy. If you need a prescription or over the counter products please use of the following options:
Our priorities are to do our part to help minimize the transmission of Coronavirus AND ensure that we are able to continue to provide needed medications to our patients. Your cooperation is much appreciated and is vital to help protect everyone’s health and safety.