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Hospice of Murray County is committed to promoting the health and safety of all individuals involved with our services. Weekly Covid 19 testing is an additional measure we are implementing to help meet this goal. Here are the details: If you and/or anyone you live with, is exhibiting any signs or symptoms of an illness that could possibly be Covid, we ask that you remain home and contact your medical provider. apid covid testing is conducted Tuesday only from 8AM to 8PM; the test is good from Tuesday to the following Monday. Tests and visitors are limited to two (2) people each week. Eligible visitors are limited to the patient’s spouse and/or adult (18 years or older) children. The following Tuesday, two (2) different adults may test/visit. (again, limited to spouse and/or child of pt. If you are an eligible visitor and you have already been diagnosed with Covid and have completed your quarantine, you may be allowed to visit with written proof of a positive test and the date. (This document is only good for 90 days from the date of the positive test however.) Protocol for getting tested at Hospice of Murray County: Call the facility when you arrive (507-836-8114 office or 507-836-6439 house) to explain that you are here to be tested. Remain in your car and a staff member will bring the supplies to your vehicle. The test takes 15 minutes to process. The results will be communicated to you: o If results are negative, you will be allowed to visit any time/day through the following Monday. o If results are positive, we recommend you contact your health provider for further instructions and you will not be allowed to enter Hospice or Our House. We recognize how difficult these restrictions are, especially during this time in your loved one’s life. When a patient begins to exhibit signs that end of life is drawing near, exceptions to these rules are made. This is done on a case by case basis as rules and numbers re: Covid cases are always changing.
507-836-8114
Phone: 507-836-8114 Fax: 507-836-6462 Our House: 507-836-6439    36 Park Drive PO Box 86 Slayton, MN 56172
Hospice of Murray County is committed to promoting the health and safety of all individuals involved with our services. Weekly Covid 19 testing is an additional measure we are implementing to help meet this goal. Here are the details: If you and/or anyone you live with, is exhibiting any signs or symptoms of an illness that could possibly be Covid, we ask that you remain home and contact your medical provider. apid covid testing is conducted Tuesday only from 8AM to 8PM; the test is good from Tuesday to the following Monday. Tests and visitors are limited to two (2) people each week. Eligible visitors are limited to the patient’s spouse and/or adult (18 years or older) children. The following Tuesday, two (2) different adults may test/visit. (again, limited to spouse and/or child of pt. If you are an eligible visitor and you have already been diagnosed with Covid and have completed your quarantine, you may be allowed to visit with written proof of a positive test and the date. (This document is only good for 90 days from the date of the positive test however.) Protocol for getting tested at Hospice of Murray County: Call the facility when you arrive (507-836-8114 office or 507-836-6439 house) to explain that you are here to be tested. Remain in your car and a staff member will bring the supplies to your vehicle. The test takes 15 minutes to process. The results will be communicated to you: o If results are negative, you will be allowed to visit any time/day through the following Monday. o If results are positive, we recommend you contact your health provider for further instructions and you will not be allowed to enter Hospice or Our House. We recognize how difficult these restrictions are, especially during this time in your loved one’s life. When a patient begins to exhibit signs that end of life is drawing near, exceptions to these rules are made. This is done on a case by case basis as rules and numbers re: Covid cases are always changing.