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COVID-19 Safety Measures

COVID-19 Safety Measures

COVID-19 has changed many things, but visiting your doctor shouldn't be one of them. At Gundersen's seven hospitals and more than 60 clinics, we continue to practice important safety precautions to keep you and your family safe when you seek our care. We know that your health is a top priority. It's ours, too.

Testing and vaccine information
Keeping you safe while you're here
Face coverings

Effective Jan. 12, 2022, Gundersen Health System requires all patients and visitors to wear medical-grade masks, cloth masks (tie or ear loop) with a nose wire, or N95 or KN95 masks without vents at all Gundersen locations. Patients and visitors without those masks will be offered a medical-grade mask during the screening process. The following masks are no longer acceptable: neck gaiters, bandanas, masks with vents, and cloth masks without a nose wire.

Entrance screening

Our patients also play a big role in keeping our hospitals and clinics safe for everyone. That's why we'll screen you for COVID-19 symptoms at our doors by asking you a few questions. You'll need to wear a mask, even after you received the COVID-19 vaccination, because you can still spread the virus without knowing it.

eCheck-In

You can check-in for your appointment on your device up to 7 days before your appointment. By using MyChart eCheck-In and Self Arrival, you can complete information before you even get to the check-in desk. 

Cleaning precautions

Clean locations are always a priority for your experience, but we've increased routine cleaning in every area you will visit. We increased our ongoing sanitation measures, especially in high-traffic areas, like patient rooms, lobbies and elevators.

Visitor policy

We know how important family is for the healing process. However, to protect our patients, staff and community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have modified our visitor policy. There will still be exceptions for end-of-life, interpreter/communication needs, surgery, Labor and Delivery, emergency room and pediatric patients. See our latest visitor guidelines.

1900 South Ave.
La Crosse, WI 54601

(608) 782-7300

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