Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Monday, June 29, 2020
 The clinic remains open to care for your medical needs M-F, 8 am-5 pm and now offers virtual visits on Saturdays from 8:30-11:30am.
Please call Gothenburg Health BEFORE coming into the facility for any potential COVID-19 symptoms. Patients calling our facility and presenting to our facility should expect to be screened for symptoms and risk factors.
  • Business Hours: Please call 308-537-4066 option 2 for additional questions.
  • After Hours: Please call 308-537-3661 for additional questions.

Facility Updates & Closures

  • Directed Health Measures (DHM) have been enacted across the entire state of Nebraska. Please click here for the latest information.
  • Saturday Clinic. We are currently only offering Saturday Clnic virtually through telehealth during normal Saturday hours (8:30-11:30 am).
  • The Brady Clinic. Resumes normal operations on July 7, 2020.
  • Clinic is open. We are here to care for those in need and have a streamlined workflow to protect “clean” patients from potentially “sick” patients.
    • We have divided the clinic into two sections. One section is isolated from all other patients. This is where we are directing patients with respiratory illnesses or symptoms. Patients without respiratory illnesses, whom providers want to see face-to-face, are seen in another separate section of the clinic, protected from other patients.
  • Clinic Hours are currently 8 AM-5 PM.
  • Bill Pay. Please avoid coming in to pay a bill or get answers to questions about your bills:
    • We can answer questions and take payments over the phone: 308-537-3661 Option 2.
    • We also can take payments online.

Coronavirus Updates

  • Facemasks. The CDC is now recommending that all wear a face covering in public.
  • PPE Donations. Gothenburg Health is happy to accept any homemade face masks and encourages all able to make some. Please click here for more information or email Trudy Chestnutt if you have any questions.
  • Social Distancing. We urge the community to remain vigilant in practicing strict social distancing:
    • Stay at least 6 feet apart from others at all times.
    • Everyday precautions: Wash your hands with soap and water, and avoid touching your face.
    • Clean high traffic areas more often.
    • Avoid large groups and non-essential travel.
    • Work from home if possible; businesses continuing to operate should reduce unnecessary human to human interaction.
    • Stay home if you are experiencing cough, fever, shortness of breath, or sore throat.
    • Keep group interaction to 10 people or fewer (and highly consider the necessity of group interactions).
      Eliminate discretionary social visits.

If you are considered a high-risk individual (60 and older or with pre-existing conditions such as lung disease or heart conditions), please stay home and isolate; refrain from human to human interaction and allow friends, neighbors, and family to get any necessary supplies.

If you feel that you have been exposed, please utilize this link to complete the survey for for the Nebraska DHHS by clicking here.

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