HopeHealth COVID-19 Update
HopeHealth is taking every effort to ensure the safety of our staff and patients. Our COVID-19 Strategy Team meets daily to respond to the changing status of disease spread and adjust HopeHealth guidelines as needed according to CDC recommendations. At this time, all HopeHealth facilities remain open for our patients to address their health needs, however, some appointments are being rescheduled as needed.
“Our staff has received refresher training sessions and has implemented additional measures to limit any potential spread of this disease. They are fully prepared to continue providing quality care to our patients,” said Dr. Heather Leisy, director of preventive medicine at HopeHealth. “We canceled all social events and patient classes such as Seniors with Hope and Cooking Matters early on out of an abundance of caution, and implemented travel guidelines for our staff.”
HopeHealth patients who are experiencing cough, fever, or shortness of breath and are concerned about potential COVID-19 exposure should visit muschealth.org/virtual-care for a virtual COVID-19 screening and then call their provider’s office.
Patients visiting HopeHealth for appointments are asked to limit accompanying guests to one individual who is in general good health, not exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, and is preferably not a senior. For pediatric patients, please do not bring siblings to the appointment. Additional visitors will be asked to remain in their vehicles.