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As a Healthcare Facility, all patients and escorts will be required to properly wear a mask in our buildings and pass our COVID-19 screening protocol, regardless of vaccination status. Hospital Visiting Hours will be limited to one support person/visitor for each patient. Thank you for your cooperation.
The CDC and the PA Department of Health continue to require that healthcare facilities maintain masking policies to protect our sick and medically vulnerable population. All patients and escorts will be required to properly wear a mask and pass our screening process at the door. Hospital Visiting Hours will be limited to one support person/visitor for each patient. Thank you for your cooperation.
- Patients UNDER the age of 18 are required to have one parent or legal guardian to accompany them for treatment.
- Hospital visiting hours will end at 7PM.
Each OSS Health location will include a screening process prior to entry:
- Do you or anyone you have been in contact with have a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19, being tested for COVID-19, or ill with a respiratory illness?
- Do you have any signs or symptoms of a respiratory infection, such as?
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
If your immune system is compromised or you have a chronic illness, we ask that you contact OSS Health and ask about a Telemedicine visit. Please visit our Telemedicine page for more information.
We are very sorry to report that we have not been granted the opportunity to provide the COVID-19 vaccination to our patients at this time. We recommend for you to refer to the PA Department of Health website for information on eligibility at www.pa.gov/get-vaccinated or call their hotline number at 1-877-724-3258.
Please continue to check back for any additional updates. We will continue to stay connected to recommendations from the CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health to keep our patients and staff safe during this time.
Please take a moment to read our patient information sheet: Patient Information
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