COVID-19 AND VACCINE UPDATES

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COVID19 UPDATES & INFO

Vaccine Information

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Appointment Required.  Call 608-348-4330 to schedule.

COVID-19 Testing/Vaccine

Appointments are required before any COVID-19 test.  Please call 608-348-4330 ahead of time to schedule your COVID-19 test with your primary care provider.  There are other testing options available along with testing at Southwest Health.

COVID-19 Testing Options:

  • Walgreens – Platteville & Dubuque
  • Hartig Drug – Platteville, Prairie du Chien  & Dubuque
  • Hometown Pharmacy – Cuba City & Lancaster
  • UW Platteville – Hugunin Hall – www.wihealthconnect.com
  • Grant County Health Department located at former Shopko location
    (FREE) M/W/F 10 AM – 12 PM, walk-ins welcome

THIS IS A SAFE FACILITY

We continually monitor the COVID cases in our community and region and adjust our policies as needed. At this time, we have no restrictions to our patient or visitors policy.  

 

GET COVID STATS HERE

Don’t turn to far flung news sources for what’s happening with COVID in our area. The best info on COVID dangers in Wisconsin comes from our own hospitals. And an even better indicator than the number of cases (which depends on the number of people being tested) is the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized per day. This is always an important number, regardless of how many people are being tested. Click here to find current hospitalization figures as well as the updated graph showing the trends on the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s dashboard.

EMERGENCY AND URGENT CARE

Do not call 911 for general COVID-19 symptoms. Dial 911 only if you’re having severe difficulty breathing or another life-threatening emergency.

Do not come to our Emergency Department or Urgent Care for COVID-19 testing or for vaccines. If you have a positive COVID test at home – DO NOT come in to get a test to see if you are truly positive – if your home test is positive – you are positive and need to quarantine.

The Vaccine Clinic is located in our Infusion Center, accessible through our main (blue) entrance at 1400 East Side Road. Please call 608-348-4330 ahead of time to schedule your COVID vaccine.

All COVID Testing needs to be done with your primary care provider if you have symptoms.  Please call 608-348-4330 ahead of time to schedule an appointment.

There are other testing options available along with testing at Southwest Health listed above.

PHARMACY: CURB-SIDE PICK-UP AND FREE DELIVERY

The Pharmacy at Southwest Health offers curbside pickup of prescriptions in addition to our standard free delivery service. As social distancing is recommended everywhere, you can avoid coming to the pharmacy to pick up your over the counter medications. Use these other methods instead. Call The Pharmacy at (608) 342-6200 with questions.

PATIENT FINANCIAL COUNSELING

For the safety of our patients and staff, the business office will be suspending in-person financial counseling. Please call 608-342-4717 with billing questions or to make a payment. Thank you!

YOUR MENTAL HEALTH

Job loss, money troubles, worries about family, anxiety and stress, social distancing, and more. It’s a lot to handle. You’re not alone. Thankfully, there is help. Click here for the Southwest Wisconsin Behavioral Health Partnership website offering links to help and info you can use.

EASY CONNECT WITH SOCIAL SERVICES HELP

For help with food and other vital family and social needs, call 211. Trained staff have info on lots of local services to benefit you and your family. They help a great many people every week. Anyone can call. Just dial 211. It’s available 24/7.

OTHER IMPORTANT RESOURCES

In addition to Southwest Health, the CDC is also a trusted and reliable source of up-to-date information. Here are some important links:

The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation delivers vital social and public health services to vulnerable women and families statewide. Families across Wisconsin who need help with basic needs, medical coverage, financial assistance, baby supplies, prenatal health, mental health services, and more are urged to contact them.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

About COVID-19

COVID-19 Information for Travelers 

COVID-19 Data in Wisconsin By County

CDC FEATURED HANDOUTS

What to do if you are sick with COVID-19.

How to manage respiratory symptoms at home.

Click here to see other CDC featured resources available in different languages.