How PeaceHealth is keeping you safe during your visit

PeaceHealth remains committed to providing the care our patients depend on. There are several steps we have taken at all medical centers and clinics to keep you safe when you visit.

What you can do if you need to visit us in-person

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What we’re doing to keep you and us safe:

Symptoms Screenings

On arriving at any PeaceHealth location, everyone will be screened for symptoms. Anyone with an elevated temperature will be connected with appropriate care.

Face Coverings

All patients and visitors are required to wear a mask in every PeaceHealth building. We request you bring your own, but one will be provided, if needed.

Physical Distancing

Throughout our facilities, you can expect new reminder signs as well as some wide-spaced seating and other means to support safe physical distancing. 

COVID-19 Testing

Every patient who is admitted to the hospital or is undergoing surgery or an invasive procedure is tested for COVID-19. If you see us at one of our clinics and your doctor thinks you need a COVID-19 test, you’ll get one.


Visitor Restrictions

For the health and safety of you and our community, PeaceHealth is continuing to limit visitor access until COVID-19 is no longer a public health threat. For those that are allowed to visit, please know that face masks are required in all PeaceHealth facilities.

PPE Usage

All PeaceHealth caregivers are required to wear masks, and those in patient care areas are wearing additional required personal protective equipment. 

Dedicated Staff and Units

Patients with COVID-19 or its symptoms are treated by dedicated staff in isolated units with heightened infection prevention measures.

Sanitized Surfaces

In all areas, our environmental services teams continue to ensure surfaces are sanitized to PeaceHealth’s strict medical standards.

Get the care you need

Staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic helps to stop the spread of the virus,
but it may also mean delaying care for some people. Your health can’t wait.