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7/7/20 Partnership Press Release: Brodstone Partners with State of Nebraska to Expand Testing
Online Assessment: http://www.testnebraska.com
BMH Testing Map: Test Nebraska Map
As we continue to take measures in order to prepare for potential COVID-19 in the communities we serve, we want to communicate protocols and processes we are currently following. Our teams have been diligently working to stay updated on changes and recommendations in order to communicate the most pertinent information to the public. All actions being taken are done in order to put our employees and patients safety first.
Effective Wednesday, June 17th Brodstone Memorial Hospital will be lessening visitor restrictions within our facility. We will now be allowing each patient one visitor. Certain situations will be evaluated on a case by case basis and final decision will be decided on at the discretion of the charge nurse and provider. Both patients and visitors will continue to be screened upon entry and required to wear a mask while in our facility.
We are continuing to have all patients enter through the North Entrance from 7:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday, and 7:45am-12:15pm on Saturday. All emergency situations will continue to go through the ER department.
Guidelines to the Public
If you have recently traveled to a known infected area outside of the United States, traveled to any state outside of Nebraska or Kansas, or have had exposure to someone who has COVID-19, and/or are now experiencing any of the following symptoms along or in combination; fever greater than or equal to 100.4 degrees, cough, shortness of breath and/or sore throat please CALL 402-879-3281 to notify us of your symptoms and possible exposure PRIOR to arriving. When you call ahead, you will receive special instructions to follow. Please do not walk into the facility without receiving prior instructions from medical staff.
Our Facility Updates
Know the Facts
It is understandable that you may feel anxious about a potential outbreak. Get the facts from reliable sources to help know your risks so you can take reasonable precautions. Sites that we encourage you to visit:
Local leaders from Brodstone Memorial Hospital and the Nuckolls County area continue to work together on local preparedness regarding the recent COVID-19 outbreak. Establishing preventative measures and assessing potential concerns is an important step each entity is taking in doing their due diligence. Stay up to date on processes and changes of others below: