Central Valley Medical Center is working hard to continue to support the
community with all their healthcare needs during the novel coronavirus
(COVID-19) outbreak. CVMC has a robust COVID-19 preparedness plan and
is ready to respond to community needs in collaboration with our local
and state health agencies.
The safety of our patients, caregivers, and the community is our top priority
at Central Valley Medical Center. Our facilities and staff are prepared
to continue safe, routine care during this public health issue with COVID-19.
It is important to continue to see your provider for regularly scheduled
visits to address your other health care needs. Do not neglect your existing
needs. If you need to make an appointment with your provider please call
to make an appointment.
Hospitals treat patients with infectious diseases every day. There are
protocols in place to care for these patients while ensuring the safety
of hospital staff, visitors and the larger community. To help keep our
hospital and clinics safe and healthy for everyone please adhere to CVMC’s
with new visitor restriction policies which can be viewed at centralvalleymedicalcenter.com.
This is just one measure we are taking to help protect everyone who works
in and receives care at our facilities.
Central Valley Medical Center wants the public to know that most cases
of COVID-19 will not mean hospitalization or even a trip to an emergency
room. Hospital care is a precious resource that needs to be reserved for
those with the most serious symptoms.
If you have general questions about COVID-19 or if you are sick with mild
symptoms, and think you may have been exposed to a COVID-19 patient or
recent travel to an area where COVID-19 is active and you think you may
have been exposed, then; please self-isolate and follow prevention measures
to help reduce the chance of spread. You can call Central Valley Medical
Center anytime, 24/7, at 435-623-3254 to talk to a nurse or utilize the
Utah Coronavirus Information Hotline at 1-800-456-7707 for a virtual assessment.
If you’re experiencing life-threatening, severe symptoms, dial 9-1-1
or visit the closest emergency room.
CVMC is currently coordinating with local and state public health departments
and officials. We will continue to gather information and resources to
keep our patients, staff, providers, and community updated.