Logansport Memorial prepares for COVID-19 cases on the rise

After a quieter, less restrictive summer, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise across Indiana and the United States. With variants emerging and hospitalizations beginning to increase, Logansport Memorial has
re-evaluated its visitor restrictions policy once again to continue protecting patients and staff inside the hospital.

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Recovering from COVID-19

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, many people have - or know someone who has - experienced the virus. According to the CDC, older adults and people with underlying health conditions are at a higher risk for severe illness and long-term complications from COVID-19. Like the symptoms and illness, recovery from COVID-19 is not the same for everyone.

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Logansport Memorial Hospital loosens visitor restrictions

As COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue across our county, state, and country, Logansport Memorial Hospital is re-evaluating our tight visitor restriction policies to slowly and safely begin reopening the hospital for visitation. Please keep in mind that this is a phased approach, where small steps are being taken to allow for more visitation that provides more comfort and convenience for our patients. As the fight against COVID-19 continues and changes every day, please be aware that these new restrictions may be changed again, based on what keeps our patients and staff as safe as possible while in our care and in our facility.

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LMH and CCHD COVID vaccine distribution

The Cass County Health Department (CCHD) is expecting their first shipment of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine this week and plans to begin distribution on Monday, January 11, 2021. Distribution will take place at the COVID-19 Center of the CCHD, located at 1616 Smith Street in Logansport. At this time, there will be no distribution at the Cass County Health Department High Street Location.

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LMH earns clean facility certification from AHE

Logansport Memorial Hospital has earned a Clean Facility Certificate from the Association for the Health Care Environment (AHE), the recognized authority in health care environmental services, and professional membership group as a resource for members and the environmental services community at large in response to COVID-19.

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