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COVID-19 preparedness found at AMH

 

April 16, 2020

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The staff of Antelope Memorial Hospital and its clinics is taking many precautions to help protect against the spread of a possible COVID-19 infection to patients or co-workers – to include wearing masks. Pictured are (l-r) – front row: Jessica Dabalos, Meggie Anderson, Patty Thiele, Marsha Schilousky, Jamie Martinsen and Donna Vice; back row: Lisa Pearson, Mark Hoffart, Wendi Reinke, Katelyn Hurlbert, Kristin Zegers and Julie Mlnarik. The staff is committed to meeting the needs of AMH patients.

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"Antelope Memorial Hospital continues to have daily meetings, monitor the constant COVID-19 updates and take steps to stay prepared in the event the virus reaches our doors," said Diane Carlin, AMH CEO. "Plus, our entire staff is taking many precautions to help protect against the spread of a possible COVID-19 infection to other patients or our employees."

Currently, clinic patients with non-respiratory symptoms are being seen in the old Neligh AMH Family Practice Clinic, Carlin added. Patients with respiratory symptoms, including shortness of breath, cough, sore throat,...



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