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Manning Regional Healthcare Center

VISITOR RESTRICTION IN EFFECT 3/11/20

To protect our patients, families and health care workers during the global outbreak of COVID-19, the following restriction is in effect at Manning Regional Healthcare Center as of 3/11/20.

During this temporary visitor restriction, only IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS are allowed to visit patients. Visitors must be free from illness (such as fever, sore throat, cough, diarrhea, vomiting, or runny nose) for the past 48 hours).

Visitor restrictions are temporary and subject to change as necessary. All visitors are required to wash hands with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand foam/gel upon entering and exiting patient’s room.

Thank you for your understanding and support to keep our patients healthy!Visitation Limited

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GPS - Gratitude. Purpose. Spirituality

By: Bradley Madsen, Counselor at the Recovery Center at Manning Regional Healthcare Center

Well that escalated quickly!

Just 30 days ago we were going about life as usual. We were planning after church trips to Target and lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings, we were discussing summer vacation destinations and trying to think of excuses for skipping my cousin’s wedding in May (

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