Springhill Medical Center Health Statement Regarding COVID-19 

Springhill Medical Center and its clinics value the importance of collaboration and coordinated action for the identification and care of those patients exhibiting signs of the COVID-19, which is why we continue to follow CDC guidelines and work non-stop, in partnership with local, state and federal government authorities. We are fortunate to be part of a local health care community committed to responding to the needs of our patients.


To provide the care in the safest possible way necessary, we:

  • Have limited access at each of our facilities.

  • Screen anyone allowed to enter the buildings for signs and symptoms of infection.

  • Require staff inside the facilities to wear personal protective equipment, which includes face masks, gloves and gowns.  

  • Have set up the ability for patients to visit their physician using Telemedicine or a Phone Visit. (Clinic Phone Numbers)


What can you do to protect yourself, family and the community?

  • If you must go out for essentials such as food or prescriptions, wear a mask to protect yourself and others. Follow CDC guidelines. 

  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds using a good soap and hot water.

  • If you think you are sick, call the clinic and set up an appointment (What Should I Do)


Everyone, from physicians and nurses, quality and safety experts to those responsible for ordering supplies and keeping the hospital clean, is involved in making sure we transition to our "new normal" with safety being our #1 priory to our patients, associates and the communities we serve.


​For the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 visit CDC.gov.

Quick Links to The CDC
Town Hall / Informational Videos 
Leadership Meeting 03/17/2020