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Coronavirus Updates

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COVID-19 Vaccine

Marian Regional Medical Center is not currently hosting vaccine clinics for the COVID-19 booster. If you are eligible to receive the booster we encourage you to call your local pharmacy for an appointment or visit and register for the third dose.

For additional information on the COVID-19 vaccine, we recommend reviewing the FAQs on the CDC website and FDA website.


Visitor Guidelines

For the health and safety of both patients and staff, we are reinstating limited patient visitation. The following guidelines apply:

  • One visitor, per day, may accompany a patient (with the exception of the Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units)
  • At the discretion of ER staff, one visitor may be permitted to accompany patients in the Emergency Department
  • For labor and delivery, one care partner and a doula are permitted
  • Special consideration is given on a case-by-case basis for compassionate care
  • The main hospital lobby and outpatient lobbies areas are closed to the public
  • The cafe is closed to the public
  • All visitors must be vaccinated or present a negative COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours of their visit
  • Masks to be worn (covering nose and mouth) at all times while in the hospital

Marian Regional Medical Center Announces that Employees Must be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

In keeping with Dignity Health's mission of improving the health of those it serves and especially those who are vulnerable, and our commitment to providing safe care for patients and a safe work environment for clinicians and staff, Marian Regional Medical Center is requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by November 1, 2021. This requirement also includes all physicians, Advanced Practice Providers, volunteers, and others caring for patients within our facility.


As health care providers we have a responsibility to help end this pandemic and protect our patients, our colleagues, and those in our communities. Requiring vaccination for our teams is critical to maintaining a safe care environment. Medical and religious exemptions will be available for those who qualify.


Throughout the pandemic, Dignity Health has implemented a broad range of safety measures to be able to continue providing essential health care services to everyone in our communities, including those battling life-threatening COVID-19 infections. Unfortunately, COVID-19 cases are on the rise again due to the threat of variants, and many communities continue to have low vaccination rates. Our decision to require the COVID-19 vaccination for our teams is rooted in a commitment to keeping our community safe -- and bringing an end to this pandemic as quickly as possible.


By requiring the COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment, just as we do with the flu (influenza) vaccine, Dignity Health joins health systems and associations across the country in supporting vaccination for health care workers in an effort to continue protecting our patients, staff, and communities from this dangerous disease.