View up to date information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
You can also visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website or our HSHS COVID-19 page.
As we move forward, you can trust we have taken every step to ensure we continue to provide you the best care in the safest way possible. Our doors are open and our medical experts are ready to meet all your health care needs, wherever needed – from registration, to our operating rooms and emergency departments.
Never forgo or delay seeking any type of emergency medical care, even in the midst of a public health crisis. First responders and emergency medical experts are ready to care for you, 24/7. Call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

What to expect

The health and safety of our patients and colleagues is our top priority. We are in this together and want you to be aware of the following:
  • Our physicians and colleagues are screened every day for their health and yours. You will also be screened when entering one of our locations by having your temperature taken and being asked a few questions. It may take an extra minute to two, but it will be painless.
  • Everyone will be wearing a mask: From those who greet you when you walk in door, to the people you pass in the hall, and the provider who cares for you. You will be asked to do the same. Don’t have a mask? No problem. We have one for you.
  • If you are having a procedure or surgery, you will be tested for COVID-19 and you will be asked to physically distance yourself from others. Remaining healthy ensures the best possible outcome after your procedure. 
  • We know how important it is to have your loved ones with you. In any other situation we’d welcome the opportunity to see your family, but physical distancing is important for everyone’s health. Your family should stay at home, at least right now. If you have trusted us with your loved one’s care, we’ll do our very best to keep you updated on his/her progress. Click here for the latest information on visitor restrictions.
  • Seating in our waiting areas is limited to ensure physical distancing. And, patients are moved into private rooms as quickly as possible.
  • The emergency department is ready if you need us. You don’t need to second guess if you should come in.
  • We love a good snack like everyone else. Our cafeteria is open, but with limited hours and fewer food options to keep it safe for public dining. You’ll also notice seating is spaced out to allow for physical distancing.
  • We continue to be vigilant with good hand washing and disinfection of surfaces.
Things may look and feel a bit different when you walk in our doors, but rest assured the care you receive will be everything you’ve come to expect when you visit us. We look forward to seeing you.
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