Throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency, Emerson Hospital is prepared to care for our community. Learn more about COVID-19 testing at Emerson and the COVID-19 vaccine.
By the Numbers
Below are the numbers of COVID-19 patients at Emerson on March 30, 2021.
- Current number of COVID-19 inpatients: 3
- Current number of admitted persons under investigation (PUIs): 11
The Hospital is Safe!
Do not delay care if you need it. Many new policies are in place to ensure your health and safety when you come to Emerson Hospital, urgent care or one of our practices during the pandemic. While you will notice some differences, such as all staff and visitors wearing masks, we continue to provide advanced medical care with a compassionate touch. Our visitor policy limits access to the hospital to protect our patients and staff.
In the videos below, physicians and staff take you through the patient experience when you visit Emerson Hospital or our related physician offices.
Telehealth is Available for You!
During this stressful time, it is important to take care of yourself. A telehealth visit is a convenient way for you to consult with your doctor without having to go to the office. There are certain situations or conditions that require an in-office visit, however many appointments can happen over the phone or with video chat. Most Emerson doctors are available for telehealth visits for your health and well-being, which many insurance plans will cover.
COVID-19 Recovery Program
The COVID-19 Recovery Care Team at Emerson’s Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies helps patients recovering from COVID-19 understand their symptoms and work through their limitations to help them move beyond the virus. The program addresses the physical and cognitive decline that impacts strength, cardiovascular endurance, joint mobility, speech, swallowing, and cognition. Click here to learn more.