Coronavirus (COVID-19) Preparedness Information Learn More
Our hospital is committed to providing the highest quality care and ensuring the safety of our patients, employees, providers, volunteers and visitors. We are continuing to monitor the evolving situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking the necessary steps to ensure we are fully prepared to care for patients, in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in partnership with our local and state health departments.
Below are a number of resources to help educate you and your family on COVID-19. For more information on the virus, please contact the health department.
Logan Regional Medical Center is committed to providing the highest quality care and ensuring the safety of our patients, employees, providers, volunteers and visitors. We are continuing to work closely with the Logan County Health Department and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure our hospital is prepared with the appropriate plans to detect, protect and respond should anyone in our community contract or be exposed to the novel coronavirus (COVID–19). Additionally, we are reviewing our facility’s robust emergency operations plan and proactively completing a number of preparation checklists out of an abundance of caution.
While we have not evaluated OR treated any patients with this virus at our hospital to date, and there have been no confirmed cases in West Virginia, Logan Regional Medical Center has taken the following measures to prepare, in accordance with CDC guidelines:
Importantly, all of the above are standard operating protocols that are in place year-round to help ensure the health and well-being of everyone who enters our hospital.
We want to assure our community that our providers and clinical teams are well-trained and prepared to manage outbreaks of viruses and infectious diseases, including the coronavirus. For more information, contact Logan County Health Department or visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov.
Clean hands are a great frontline defense against the spread of germs and serious infections. Proper hand hygiene in a healthcare setting should be top of mind for both patients and those visiting their room. You should wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
In addition to practicing proper hand hygiene, other precautions that should be taken consist of: