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Covid-19 Updates

Covid-19 general information

Patients and visitors must wear a mask or face covering in all patient care areas at the hospital and offsite locations. Mary Rutan Health is requesting that patients and visitors wear their own masks or face covering. If they do not have one, one will be provided for the duration of their visit. This is a strict policy that will not be modified unless medically indicated.

Several additional safety measures have been implemented to protect patients and employees. These include enhanced and frequent sanitizing, social distancing, testing and telemedicine options.

A summary of what patients can expect as COVID-19 precautions remain in effect:

  • Waiting area spaces allow for social distancing
  • Mandatory use of masks or face coverings for everyone
  • Extended schedules and telemedicine options to further limit the number of patients in clinic spaces
  • Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of all shared surfaces and exam rooms

General visitation guidelines

  • All visitors at all locations must wear a face covering at all times within the facility. Visitors are asked to bring their own face covering. Visitors who refuse to wear a face-covering will not be permitted to enter the facility.

COVID-19 vaccination information

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