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If you suspect you are experiencing mild symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough or shortness of breath and known possibilities of exposure to the virus), please call your primary care provider. Your provider will ask specific screening questions and provide your next steps.
If you are experiencing severe symptoms and are considering a visit to Liberty Hospital Emergency Department or Liberty Hospital Urgent Care Clinic, please CALL BEFORE ARRIVING to allow staff to ensure infection control measures are in place:
Liberty Hospital is doing our part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. To protect our patients, providers, staff and caregivers, Liberty Hospital is temporarily instituting a No Visitors policy.
These exceptions will apply:
- One partner allowed for labor/delivery patients
- Family for patients receiving end-of-life care
- One visitor per patient for scheduled appointments and procedures
Please also note the following guidelines:
- No visitors to accompany patients in the Emergency Department, unless a provider deems it necessary for care
- No visitors younger than age 14
Click here to donate to the Liberty Hospital Foundation. Your support provides urgent additional resources to support staff emergency childcare needs, crisis assistance, and vital programs that help them serve our hospital patients
If you are interested in donating masks, PPE, or other supplies, please help us coordinate your donation and drop off by, using this form.
Download our preferred mask pattern.
Watch a YouTube video of how to make a mask.
To learn more about COVID-19, how it spreads, prevention and more, visit the Clay County Public Health Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.