Patient Safety Information
As of September 27, 2022:
Our requirements to wear a face mask within our facilities have changed. Now, per the Centers for Disease Control, masks are required if:
- You have had a positive test for COVID-19 in the last 10 days.
- You have any COVID-19 symptom including fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle/body aches, headache, loss of taste/smell, sore throat, congestion/runny nose, nausea, or vomiting or diarrhea.
- You have had close, recent contact with someone with COVID-19.
We support those who continue to use a mask.
Patients and staff should follow public health’s recommendation of physical distancing, also referred to as social distancing, by staying six feet apart from other people, not gathering in groups and staying out of crowded places. Seating in waiting rooms and other public areas have additional spacing to allow for physical distancing.
Staff Policies and Procedures
Our team has received extensive training on COVID-19 precautions and wear PPE including masks, face shields and gowns. We follow CDC guidelines as they change and evolve our own policies and procedures to protect our team and serve our patients.
Resources & Partnerships
If you have COVID-19, we have the resources to serve you locally at Valley View. We are in communication with our local hospitals and public health to share information. And we also have partnerships with hospitals on the front range, should you require a higher level of care. We are in this together to best serve our community.
Facility & Clinic Updates
Valley View has resumed all in-person care to benefit the health and well-being of patients. Please connect with your provider to discuss the best way to schedule an appointment or surgery. Don’t delay your care. Our hospital and clinics are ready to serve you with expanded safety measures.