COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster Information
Vaccinate with Confidence
Bothwell is here for the community, providing Covid-19 primary and booster dose vaccines. Learn more on the Vaccine Information page.
Due to a decrease in demand for outpatient Covid-19 treatments, Bothwell has closed its centralized outpatient management clinic and treatments are now ordered by local physicians from their clinics. Treatment is for people with a confirmed positive Covid-19 test who have a particularly high risk of progressing to more severe disease. These medications can significantly reduce the risk of deterioration, but only if used soon after the onset of symptoms. By the time a patient’s condition has worsened, it is too late to use these preventative treatments.
People who test positive need a prescription/order from a local physician. Contact your health care professional as quickly as possible after testing positive. Two of the medications can only be started within five days of onset of symptoms. People can no longer self-refer for infusions by calling the hospital.
Last updated 3/2/2022
COVID-19 Testing Information
COVID-19 testing is available at Bothwell's Walk In Clinic Monday through Saturday and certain provider offices for people with virus signs and symptoms.
COVID-19 Visitor Policy
Beginning Sept. 22, masks are encouraged, yet not required for patients and visitors in the hospital and clinics.
You will be asked to wear a mask:
- If you know you have Covid-19 or influenza.
- If you have symptoms of illness including coughing, fever or
- If you are here for treatment or testing for Covid-19, influenza or
another respiratory illness.
- When worn, masks must be surgical grade or higher, no cloth masks are allowed.
When visiting patients who are actively ill with Covid-19, influenza or other respiratory illnesses, visitors and caregivers will be asked to wear additional personal protective equipment including masks, gowns or eye goggles. Caregivers and visitors should follow the requirements posted on patient doors.
Visiting hours are 8 am to 8 pm.
All hospital and clinic employees, physicians, vendors and affiliates are still required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status when directly providing or engaging in patient care.