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Covid-19 Status

Face coverings are not currently required for healthy individuals and visitation has returned to normal.

Effective April 25, 2022, face coverings are optional for healthy employees, patients and visitors throughout the Mary Rutan Health system.

These changes follow the most recent guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and are based on current low levels of community transmission.

Visitor restrictions and face covering requirements will be adjusted if transmission levels rise to levels that initiate a change in guidelines from the CDC.

Face coverings must be worn by anyone experiencing respiratory symptoms, has had a recent exposure to COVID-19 or has tested positive for the Coronavirus before entering any Mary Rutan Health facility.

As always, face coverings are encouraged for anyone who chooses this option.

COVID-19 vaccination information

Vaccines are widely available in our community. Please contract your primary care provider or the Logan County Health District to schedule.

VACCINATION FORM (Please print, complete and bring to your scheduled appointment.)

Parking and entering Mary Rutan Hospital

The main entrance remains closed. All patients are required to enter through the Emergency Department; this entrance will be open 24/7. The cardiology entrance will be accessible for cardiology patients only, Monday – Friday between 7:30 am and 4:00 pm.

The Irving Avenue parking lot (directly across from the Emergency Department entrance) is reserved for visitors and patients. It is the most convenient parking lot to access the Emergency Department entrance.

What are the best resources to stay up-to-date?

Stay informed about the COVID-19 situation from public health officials and other credible sources like the CDC website at, ODH website at, or the Logan County Health District at Community transmission levels can be viewed here: