COVID-19 Hotline 269-273-9801
MASKS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY
Please do not forget to bring your mask to your appointments or before entering the hospital.
We know everyone is excited to be able to be mask-free. As we enter a new stage of this pandemic, here are some important reminders:
For the general public, the masking requirement has been lifted (in most situations but varies by state). The recommendations for lifting mask requirements are for NON-Healthcare settings.
While in the hospital/clinic setting, patients/visitors/staff must follow the guidance of wearing masks (as of today, until things are changed).
As of now, we are going to continue screening patients and visitors entering the hospital. Additionally, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (MIOSHA) emergency rules for workplace safety remain in effect. Among other things, the rules stipulate screening and tracking of visitors and employees, mask wearing and other social distancing measures.
We have received information from the Michigan Hospital Association that they have been in contact with MIOSHA and expects the emergency rules to be significantly revised in the coming days. The MHA also stressed to MIOSHA that updated guidance at the state-level needs to be reflective of both patient areas and settings where patient care is not delivered. Additional details on updated rules and recommendations will be shared as they become available.
Thank you all for your patience and consideration in this matter.
Actual EO can be found at https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98178_98455-559589–,00.html
Three Rivers Health is not offering Outpatient COVID Testing, but here are a few places who are:
1110 Hill St., Three Rivers
Free Curbside Testing available Fridays from 9am-3pm.
No appointment needed.
345 Vinewood Ave., Sturgis
Testing people with symptoms and known exposure. Drive up testing available Monday-Friday 9a-3p.
No physician referral required.
Call when you arrive in their parking lot.
Insurance will be billed. If no insurance, $20.00 fee.
658 E. Main St., Centreville
Free Testing for people with symptoms by appointment only. Rapid testing available with confirmation. Call Monday—Friday, 8am-5pm.
Please have your ID and Insurance card available.
104 S. Lakeview, Sturgis
Testing by appointment only. No physician referral needed.
Insurance billed for Telehealth visit and testing.
916 Myrtle Ave., Sturgis
Referral Required. Call your physician for an order.
No appointment needed. Available 8am-4:30pm.
Park in ER parking lot and call. You will be directed to the testing area.
Insurance will be billed. Cost is $100.
691 S. US Hwy 131, Three Rivers
Across from Arby’s
Schedule an appointment at www.threeriverspharmacy.com.
Monday-Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am-1pm
Self Administered nasal swab test.
Insurance billed. If no insurance, $165 for lab test or $99 for Rapid test.
Three Rivers Health currently has visitor restrictions and masking policies in place to ensure the safety of our patients, visitors, and staff with rising cases of COVID-19, in Three Rivers and our surrounding areas.
Visitation hours are in accordance with the CDC and Michigan state guidelines.
Visits at Three Rivers Health are daily 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Visitors must be at least 12 years old, and a face covering is required in ALL Three Rivers Health & Clinic locations
No Visitors for patients that are 18-69 years of age.
- Non-COVID patients may have:
- 1 visitor for 70 years and older OR anybody that is altered level of consciousness
- Both parents for those patients 17 years old and under
- Allowances will be made under ER staff’s discretion.
- Extenuating circumstances where more visitors may be permitted is made on a case-by-case basis approved by the ED physician/charge nurse or manager (i.e. end-of-life).
Visitors are not allowed for patients who are COVID positive or those being evaluated for their COVID status.
Acute Care / ICU / Birthing Center / Rehab:
Patients may have two (2) visitors. Visitors should limit the amount of times they come and go throughout the day. The visitors and patient must wear a face covering at all times during the visit.
End of Life (For ALL Departments):
Visitation will be determined on a case-by case basis with attending physician, unit manager, and/or House Supervisor.
One visitor (2 for Peds) allowed to wait in the patient’s room.
Outpatient Services/Clinic locations:
1 visitor per patient (2 for Peds)
Cafeteria: Open for visitors, who are here with a patient, and staff. Limit 4 people per table. Masks can be removed while sitting.
HealthTRAC: Masks upon entering, may be removed by fully vaccinated patrons for exercise, when they arrive at equipment. This applies to the track and aerobics studio, as well. Masks must be replaced when moving around the facility.