Campbell County Health (CCH) is open and here to care for you, but you may see some changes the next time you come to one of our services.
As of Monday, May 4, the Main Entrance of Campbell County Memorial Hospital is open, and we are performing a limited number of elective services. Some surgical cases, outpatient imaging services, and lab services will reopen to our public.
Clinics are also putting together their plans to see patients in their offices, although phone visits and tele-visits will also remain a very viable option. These outpatient services will be a phased in approach where safety comes first, not volume.
In all of our areas we are thinking about how to keep ourselves and our patients safe.
- Before entering the hospital, or one of our clinics, all patients are screened for respiratory symptoms, and your temperature is taken.
- Patients will be required to wear masks.
- In the hospital, you will be given a wristband to verify that you have been screened.
- Social distancing is with us for a while, so remember to keep 6 feet apart at places like in line at Patient Access, in waiting rooms, the Coffee Shoppe and more.
- Staff will wear masks appropriate to their job and exposure potential. All staff and providers are screened for respiratory symptoms twice per day with temperature checks.
CCH follows CDC guidelines and is disinfecting the office with bleach frequently throughout the day. We are also cleaning all exam rooms after each visit to the highest medical standards.
Certain services will remain closed for a while longer during this first phase:
- Cafeteria, which is only open to staff
- Gift Shoppe
- Medical Records, please call (307) 688-1300 to learn how you can get your records
- Valet Service
- Wellness, required blood draws can be done in the Lab with a physician order
- All events and group classes are cancelled, which includes the Step-up program, BHS group therapy, community classes and more
Visitor restrictions will remain in place in many areas of the organization:
- Children who are under the age of 18 may have one adult with them
- Adults with mobility, cognitive or other health issues can have one adult support person
- Surgical patients and maternal child patients can have one adult support person
- The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center will remain closed to visitors according to the protocols they have had in place for some time now because it has the most vulnerable population, and the risk for those residents remains significant
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough and are not experiencing difficulty breathing, please call your doctor’s office and follow their medical advice. If you do not have a medical provider, contact Campbell County Public Health for a list of doctors in the community at (307) 682-7275, or visit cchwyo.org/findadoc.
We are open and here for you, and ready to serve you with dedication, skill, and compassion. Thank you for putting your trust in us.
The Wyoming Department of Health provides COVID-19 case, variant, death, testing, hospital and vaccine data online. The department also shares information about how the data can be interpreted. COVID-19 safety recommendations are available from the CDC.