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Minneapolis VA Health Care System

Minneapolis VA News

If you have symptoms of a fever, cough or new shortness of breath, call us at 612-467-1100 before coming in for your appointment. For other concerns, you may be able to access VA care from home by phone or using VA virtual care options. For more information on COVID-19 see https://www.va.gov/coronavirus/.

March 20, 2020: Cancellation of Elective Surgeries and Procedures

Out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19 and to limit the risk of exposure to patients and staff, Minneapolis VA Health Care System is cancelling all elective surgeries and procedures, effective immediately and until further notice. All patients that fall into this category will be contacted by the facility before Wednesday, March 18, 2020.

Learn more about elective surgery cancellation

March 19, 2020: Changes to MVAHCS Visitor Policy

(Updated March 20, 2020) We care deeply about the safety and well-being of our Veterans, visitors and

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Memorial Hospital Miramar | Memorial Healthcare System

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Emergency Care

Our adult and children’s emergency departments provide convenient, family-focused, 24-hour emergency room care for minor illnesses, injuries and chronic medical conditions. We’re specially staffed and equipped to assist the entire family, with separate waiting rooms and treatment areas for adults and children.

JDCH ER MiramarFor minor pediatric emergencies (Patients under 18 years old), you may want to schedule your appointment online. Appointments are available seven days a week for pediatric patients.
Schedule a Pediatric Emergency Visit

Parking at Memorial Hospital Miramar

Valet Parking

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, valet services have been suspended at all Memorial hospitals, except at the Medical Office buildings, for each location.

Visitor Parking

Free visitor parking is available at lots located at the front of the hospital, near the Emergency Room and at the main entrance of the Medical Office Building at 1951 SW 172 Avenue.

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Visiting a Patient

No visitors are allowed,

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VA Loma Linda Healthcare System


 

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Veterans, if you have flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath, call us at (909) 825-7084 ext. 5085 before you visit your local medical center or clinic. In addition to calling first, consider using virtual care options such as telehealth or My HealtheVet Secure Messaging. Visitors, if you do not feel well, please postpone your visit. Read VA’s latest information on the new coronavirus at https://www.publichealth.va.gov/n-coronavirus/.

 

     



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VA Loma Linda Medical Center Front Entrance


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South Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS)


 

What’s Happening at your VA

In an effort to make your search for local updates and resources, read the Veteran’s resource guide to get the most updated information that will impact. We will update this link frequently.  

The South Texas Veterans Health Care System has updated its Visitation Policy.   Currently, there is a temporary “no visitor” policy at the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Hospital in San Antonio. Additionally, there is no visitation at the Kerrville Community Living Center.

VA is monitoring the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Call your local VA medical center if you have symptoms and have recently returned from China or have been exposed to others diagnosed with the virus.

One of the most exciting changes brought by the VA MISSION Act, is the new Urgent Care benefit. There are some requirements to qualify for this benefit. Read the Urgent Care fact sheet, then find the nearest urgent

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Memorial Regional Hospital | Memorial Healthcare System

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Memorial Regional Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Florida. The ER and Trauma Center is a Level I Trauma Center staffed by board-certified trauma surgeons and equipped to handle the most critical situations. The hospital also houses the following institutes:

Directions to Memorial Regional Hospital

The hospital is on the northwest corner of Johnson Street and North 35 Avenue, west of Interstate 95 (I-95) and east of the Florida Turnpike.

Parking at Memorial Regional Hospital

Valet Parking

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, valet services have been suspended at all Memorial hospitals, except at the Medical Office buildings, for each location.

Visitor Parking Garage

A visitor parking garage is available across from the main entrance of the hospital (accessible from North 35th Avenue). If you have a doctor’s appointment or are visiting a patient in the hospital, you can get the $1 parking fee waived through validation at

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Memorial Healthcare System | Memorial Healthcare System

This page is dedicated to media updates regarding how Memorial Healthcare System is working to protect our patients, families and staff during the rapidly changing events surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Corporate Communications News Media Line:
954-265-1136
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March 21 Update

UPDATES on First Day of COVID-19 Drive-Thru Community Based Testing Site at CB Smith Park

On Friday, March 20th, the COVID-19 drive-thru community based testing site opened at CB Smith Park. At 4:00pm, Governor Ron DeSantis reported 407 tests had been completed. By the end of day, healthcare personnel completed 745 tests in 542 vehicles with passengers in 87 cars who did not meet the criteria that is being used at the site. To clarify, testing will continue daily (7 days a week, which will include the weekend) beginning at 9 am until we reach maximum vehicle capacity inside CB Smith Park, which will likely take us past 5 pm.

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About Us | Parkland Health & Hospital System

As our community’s public health system, Parkland is the foundation for a healthy Dallas.

That’s why we ask ourselves every day, how can we better serve our patients?

As Parkland adds more services into the neighborhoods that need us most, we know that how we treat each and every patient affects the health and well-being of our entire community.

Patient care is more than our job. It is our passion.

Care. Community. Compassion. Working Toward a Healthier Dallas

Mandate

To furnish medical aid and hospital care to indigent and needy persons residing in the hospital district.

Mission

Dedicated to the health and well-being of individuals and communities entrusted to our care.

Vision

By our actions, we will define the standards of excellence for public academic health system.

Parkland Values

At Parkland, our goal is to provide the best possible care for our patients through
compassion, skill and teamwork. With that in mind, we’ve created CIRCLES, principles that guide

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VA Palo Alto Health Care System

VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) will host its first-ever Veterans Tele-Town Hall on March 30, 2020, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. (PST). This phone-based meeting will allow participants to ask questions and listen to the latest updates from VAPAHCS Leadership.

Participants will need to register to be placed onto the call-in list. Click here to sign up and you will automatically be placed into the call minutes before start time!


03/16/20: Changes to VAPAHCS Visitor Policy

Moving forward, visitors will not be allowed in the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, including Palo Alto Division Building 100, Building 7 and Building 520; all CLCs, including Palo Alto, Livermore, and Menlo Park; all residential mental health care programs in Menlo Park; and all outpatient clinics and locations, health care system wide. This restriction also applies to patients’ family members currently in Fisher House and Defenders Lodge.
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03/15/20: Cancellation

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VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System


 

Announcements

COVID-19 Information:

A Veteran inpatient presumptively tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) March 4 at the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System.  The facility is awaiting confirmatory results from the Centers for Disease Control, which takes up to 48 hours.
 
The risk of transmission to other patients and staff remains low, as the Veteran is being cared for in isolation by staff who are specially trained on the latest Centers for Disease Control treatment guidelines and utilizing personal protective equipment and infection control techniques.
 
The VA is continuing normal operations and there are no closures or cancellations of appointments at our facilities due to this event. However, out of an abundance of caution, VASNHS is currently screening all Veterans, staff and other visitors at the entrances to all our facilities for symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Individuals found to be at potential risk for a COVID-19 infection will

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