Until further notice, Cameron Hospital and all of their facilities have implemented several visitor restrictions.
In addition Cameron Hospital has launched a dedicated 24/7 resource line that offers free Coronavirus (COVID-19) phone screenings. The resource line, 260.667.5555, was created to educate the tri-state community about Coronavirus and provide guidance on who should and should not be tested. The goal is to help reduce unnecessary trips to the ER or Urgent Care facilities, as well as decrease the potential for further spread.
Cameron officials say that individuals may also reach out to their health care provider’s office if they have questions or concerns. They also suggest patients can contact their county health department.
The Steuben County Department of Health can be contacted at 260.668.1000, extension 1500.
• Visitors are limited to one adult (at least 18 years old) per patient. This could include a designated family member or spouse/domestic partner.
• No visitors of any age with respiratory or flu-like symptoms (cold, cough, fever, muscle aches) will be allowed to visit patients or wait in the facility.
• No one under the age of 18 will be allowed to visit patients.
• Cafeteria services are limited to staff and individuals visiting a patient.
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