Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Your safety is our priority.
As we continue to address COVID-19, it’s important that you receive the medical care you need in a caring environment. Our clinic is open with enhanced safety measures.
- All patients and visitors must be screened for respiratory illness.
- All patients and visitors must adhere to Livingston HealthCare's current masking status.
- Please disinfect your hands upon entering.
- Practice physical distancing whenever possible.
- Hand sanitizer is available in many locations to allow you to practice good hand hygiene.
- Please maintain 6 feet of distance from others when in waiting and common areas.
- Surfaces in common areas and clinic rooms are disinfected regularly.
- You may be asked to undergo COVID -19 testing prior to elective procedures.
Livingston HealthCare Masking Status
Livingston HealthCare's masking criteria follows CDC-recommended masking guidelines:
COVID-positive inpatients equal to or greater than 7:
All employees, patients and visitors must wear an approved mask—surgical or N-95—inside all LHC campuses. N-95 masks are required for staff encounters with confirmed COVID positive patients.
COVID-positive inpatients less than 7:
Face masks are optional for all employees, patients and visitors in all areas throughout our facilities. Anyone who wishes to continue masking is encouraged to do so, and we will continue to provide masks at our entrances.
Key points to consider for masking:
- N-95 masks are required for confirmed COVID-positive patients.
- Strongly consider masking if you have compromised immunity, or risk for severe disease.
- Appropriate signage will be posted at all points of entry to inform of current masking requirements.
- Employees, patients and visitors are encouraged to self-monitor for respiratory illness and to wear a mask if they have symptoms.
- Masking is always recommended for persons with viral symptoms, recent COVID exposure or impaired immunity.
What if you think you have a respiratory illness?
- If you are sick and are experiencing a fever or respiratory symptoms, call ahead to 406.222.3541 for instructions.
- If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.