SCOTTSBLUFF—Regional West is tightening the current visitor restrictions to protect patients and staff. These restrictions will be implemented at all Regional West healthcare facilities including the Medical Center, all Regional West Physicians Clinics, Scottsbluff Surgery Center, offsite physician clinics, and Urgent Care immediately. Visitors 18 years and younger will not be allowed to visit, unless they are a patient or parent of a patient. Valet service is closed and curbside assistance is limited.
Following this date, weekly testing will be done on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts announced today, March 16, 2020, public events and gatherings will be limited to 10 people, or fewer statewide following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control issued Monday.
In the regular City Council meeting last Thursday, March 12, at the Prairie Winds Community Center, Andrew Gosselin was approved as a probationary member of the Volunteer Fire Department.
In order to keep you and your family safe and to reduce the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state, we have temporarily introduced new visitation restrictions to limit traffic in and out of the facility. Morrill County Community Hospital will begin restricted access immediately to outside visitors presenting to our facility. No visitors will be allowed unless you are a parent, spouse or Power of Attorney. All visitors will be subject to temperature monitoring and may be presented with masks to wear while at our facility. This is to help prevent the spread of virus to our sickest and most vulnerable patients.