Reid Health (Wayne, Fayette counties)

Reid Health has instituted a no visitor policy at all of its facilities. Visitors will only be permitted in certain situations including end-of-life, the Family Birthing Center, Emergency Department or surgery. In those cases only one support person is permitted, and only if the patient needs a support person.

Anyone entering a facility will be screened via questionnaire. Anyone with potential COVID-19 exposure should call ahead before going to any physician office, urgent care or emergency room. Anyone coming to a Reid facility should arrive early to allow for the verbal screening process.
The Main Street Family Medicine office in Brookville is temporarily closed following a presumed positive COVID-19 case. The facility will remain closed until cleared by the Franklin County Health Department.

Margaret Mary Health (Ripley County)

MMH asks anyone experiencing signs or symptoms of COVID-19 call ahead before seeking care at any physician’s office, Emergency Room or Minor Care facility.

MMH has instituted advanced visitor restrictions. No visitors are allowed in any MMH facility. Pediatric, maternity, dementia and surgery patients will be permitted one healthy adult accompany them. Those visitors will only be allowed to enter through the main lobby or emergency room and will be screened for respiratory symptoms or possible exposure. MMH’s cafe will be closed to the public but will continue to serve staff, patients and visitors.

All community classes and support groups have been suspended through May 1.

MMH has not announced any confirmed COVID-19 patients.

TriHealth (Butler County, Ohio)

TriHealth asks people experiencing signs or symptoms to call ahead before going into any healthcare facility.
TriHealth has expanded visitor restrictions as of Monday, March 16. No visitors are permitted except in the case of end of life patients who can receive one visitor at a time and maternity patients who may have a single visitor. All visitors much be recorded in the COVID-19 Command Center and pass a screening questionnaire.

Mercy Health (Hamilton County, Ohio)

Mercy Health is screening all patients upon entry to any facility via patient questionnaire. In an effort to provide additional isolation, Mercy is setting up flu clinics around their service area. Mercy recommends anyone experiencing flu-like symptoms to not go to their primary care provider. The closest flu clinic is located at Jewish Outpatient Clinic on Galbraith Road in Cincinnati.
Anyone with questions about coronavirus in their community should contact their local health department. Anyone concerned they or a family member has been exposed to the virus or is experiencing symptoms should call their primary care provider.
Mercy Health asks that people not visit their facilities. For maternity and pediatric patients, visitors are limited to a designated partner or primary caretaker/guardian. Exceptions will be considered in end-of-life situations.

Decatur County Memorial Hospital (Decatur County)

Effective March 12 DCMH has placed restrictions on patient visitations. All visitors must enter through the main entrance. Only two immediate family members will be permitted per patient. All visitors will be screened and no one exhibiting flu-like symptoms will be permitted. Minors will not be permitted unless special arrangements are made.

The pharmacy entrance is closed although it can be accessed through the main entrance. DCMH recommends the use of the pharmacy drive through or the free delivery service for Decatur County residents.

All patients and visitors to DCMH must submit to a screening questionnaire. Anyone with potential exposure or symptoms will be asked to return to their vehicle and call the Decatur County Health Department hotline.

Rush Memorial Hospital (Rush County)

RMH has restricted visitors to one per patient in the emergency room or surgery. Visitors must be 18 years or older and show no signs of illness.