We encourage you to continue monitoring the Center for Disease Control (CDC) which provides a wealth of information on the virus and protective steps to take for the safety of yourself, your family and your community.
Kansas Department of Health & Environment provides real-time information online here: https://govstatus.egov.com/coronavirus
Where to go if you suspect exposure to COVID-19?
We are directing patients who think they may have been exposed to COVID-19, or have a fever and respiratory symptoms, to call their health care provider or call RCH’s Coronavirus Hotline 785-688-4449 before leaving your home or your vehicle.
Health Check Points
Entrance points will be consolidated, and screening will be in place. Please follow posted signage and directives from on-site RCH employees. All staff, vendors, patients and visitors are being screened upon entering the facility and asked to wear a mask. Your temperature will be checked and you will be asked to answer a few short questions. Screening stations are located just inside the main lobby entrance and the Rehab Center entrance.
To ensure you and your loved ones feel safe, secure and confident. RCH and the State of Kansas require universal face mask use:
- Inside, or in line, to enter any public indoor space.
- Obtaining services from the healthcare sector in settings including but not limited to a hospital, pharmacy, medical clinic, laboratory, physician or dental office, veterinary clinic or blood bank.
- Waiting for riding on public transportation or while in a taxi, private car service, or ridesharing vehicle.
- While outdoors in public spaces and unable to maintain a 6 foot distance between individuals (not including individuals who reside together) with only in frequent or incidental moments of close proximity.
Wearing a mask right now is not about keeping yourself healthy, it is about keeping people around you healthy. Be selfless, by keeping your germs to yourself. Wear a mask to protect someone’s grandmother. Wear a mask to protect a veteran. Wear a mask to protect a child undergoing chemo. Be selfless. Wear a mask for those who need protection from this virus, which is all of us.
Beginning Monday, June 29, new visitor restrictions are in place.
Inpatient: One dedicated visitor per inpatient stay
Outpatient: No visitors are allowed unless you need physical/mental assistance or are a minor and need a parent/guardian.
We encourage patients and their families to communicate through phone and video chat.
RCH’s Cafeteria and Dining Room is temporarily closed to the public.
If you have a medical condition that requires immediate attention go directly to the Emergency Room or call 911.
Policies subject to change at any time
We encourage you to continue to care for yourselves and your families, and we ask you to support your business neighbors and friends. We must do all we can to help each other through this pandemic. Keep communicating, sharing information and getting creative. And remember to wash your hands!