Manning Regional Healthcare Center

Coronavirus Update: 3/20/20

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to be a global pandemic affecting our community and the entire world. To remain current on the status of this emerging health issue, please follow the Iowa Department of Public Health, Carroll County Public Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Restricted Access

For the safety and protection of our patients and healthcare workers, please enter Manning Regional Healthcare Center through the Main Entrance or ER Entrance.

Upon arrival, all staff and visitors will be screened by answering 4 short questions, taking your temperature, and signing a log book.

If you have any health concerns, we encourage you to call and make an appointment, or if you have an emergency dial 911 immediately.

If you have questions or concerns, please call us at (712) 655-2072.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Update from the MRHC Family Practice Clinic:
At this time, we continue to keep our regularly scheduled appointments. However, we are not scheduling additional wellness visits at this time. Early next week we will begin to offer Telehealth services via phone calls and Zoom.

We HIGHLY encourage everyone to keep your medications current during this time. Please call (712) 655-2072 to discuss options for refills. We do have alternative options we can discuss if you need lab work completed and are hesitant to visit the hospital.

If you are sick, we urge you to call the Clinic before coming to the hospital. It is important that you stay on top of all sicknesses during this time.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

~ Shelby Dickson, RN
MRHC Family Practice Clinic Director

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