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If you're feeling ill, please help us protect our patients, staff and community amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic by contacting us before you come in.
As Gundersen Health System continues its safe, careful approach to resuming in-person procedures and appointments, new Hospital visitor guidelines reflect these changes.
Beginning the week of April 27, we request that you bring your own cloth face covering and wear it for the duration of your visit at all Gundersen locations. We cover some frequently asked questions about face coverings.
With no vaccine to prevent COVID-19, at this time, it is now more important than ever to take these steps to prevent the spread of this virus.
Though our daily lives have changed, the importance of maintaining your health and wellness hasn't. We are happy to begin delivering love + medicine online through Skype video calls.
We are pleased to announce that we will be offering live streaming of our Labor, Breastfeeding, and Newborn Care class.
Small annoyances are turning into never ending irritations and you are likely ready for alone time. Many emotions running high. Don't worry, you are not alone. There are strategies to help us get through this time together.
This is a time of year when many older teenagers are preparing for adulthood. With graduation parties and ceremonies postponed, proms canceled, work hours reduced and limits placed on their activities, COVID-19 has changed their world.
It is never out of the scope for infectious disease physicians to someday be confronted with a serious outbreak, but when that would be, on what scale, and to what degree I would be involved could not have been anticipated.
As public places begin to re-open, it is important to know that the risk of spreading and contracting COVID-19 is still very real. It is okay and normal to feel more nervous or anxious while out in public.
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