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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Information

If you feel sick with fever, cough or shortness of breath and have recently been in close contact with someone known to have COVID-19, or if you live in or have recently traveled to an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19, call your primary care doctor. Your health care professionals will work with your local public health department to determine if you need to be tested. Symptoms may appear 2 – 14 days after exposure. If you have questions, the Ohio Department of Health has set up a call center at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634). The ODH call center is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. and is staffed by licensed nurses and infectious disease experts who can help you determine the appropriate next steps.

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For a quick, easy-to-follow guide to help you make decisions and seek appropriate medical care, please click here for more information

Visitation to Resume on a Limited Basis

Effective Wednesday, June 17, the Aultman Healthcare Delivery System will begin to allow patient visitation with the following restrictions:

  • Each non-COVID-19 patient may have one designated visitor per visit/stay, over the age of 18, who will be allowed to visit once per day between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
  • Each adult surgical patient may have one visitor for his/her surgical experience.
  • All visitors will be screened upon entrance using current screening protocols and will receive a temporary visitor ID that must be worn while visiting.
  • All visitors will be required to remain in the patient room when not visiting the restroom or cafeteria. Public waiting areas will remain closed.

Exceptions to these visitation restrictions include:

  • Maternity patients will be allowed one visitor or caregiver.
  • Children will be permitted to have two parents or guardians.
  • End-of-life patients will be permitted to have two visitors at a time. Subsequent visitors must wait their turn in their vehicles.

These visitation restrictions apply at all Aultman facilities and emergency departments, with the exception of post-acute services at Woodlawn, the Compassionate Care Center, the Community Care Center in Alliance and the Senior Care Behavioral Health Unit.

Effective April 24, we are expanding our current mask policy. Any person who enters an Aultman facility will be required to wear a cloth face covering or face mask that covers the nose and mouth. If a patient is unable to tolerate a mask, staff will wear eye protection when interacting with that patient. If an individual does not have their own mask, our screening teams, located at each entrance, will provide them with a dust mask and education on the appropriate use of the mask. Click here for more information on the latest steps we've taken to protect our patients and staff. 

Visitors will NOT be permitted to access any Aultman nursing care facilities, including the Aultman Woodlawn campus and the Community Care Center in Alliance.

We are exploring options for virtual visitation for patients and families to communicate. If a patient has a wireless device, video calls are permitted and encouraged. We are also encouraging staff to offer extra support and understanding to our patients during this time.

Please keep in mind that we are limiting points of access at all Aultman facilities at this time:

  • Aultman Hospital: emergency department, Bedford circle and Seventh Street circle
  • Aultman Orrville Hospital: emergency department
  • Aultman Alliance Community Hospital: emergency department, main hospital entrance and Professional Office Building entrance

Aultman Medical Group is asking all patients with upcoming appointments who are experiencing cough, fever, sore throat or shortness of breath to please notify their provider’s office before arriving for their appointments. Additionally, if you have recently been in close contact with someone known to have COVID-19 or have recently traveled to an area with an ongoing spread of COVID-19, please contact the office in advance. 

Out of an abundance of caution to provide a greater degree of protection against the spread of COVID-19, we ask that all patients with previously scheduled appointments at an Aultman Medical Group practice arrive at their appointment unaccompanied. If necessary, one support person is permitted to escort each patient to their appointment on an as-needed basis.

  • At Aultman Hospital main campus, we have reduced our stations at the cafeteria, Seasons Café and Express Mart to eliminate any self-serve items. For the safety of the community, if you do choose to eat in Seasons Café or the cafeteria, please do not rearrange tables or chairs. This will ensure proper six foot distancing for all guests.
  • At Aultman Alliance Community Hospital, the Café is not offering self-service stations and is encouraging to-go dining.
  • At Aultman Orrville Hospital, the cafeteria is not offering self-service stations and is encouraging to-go dining. For the safety of the community, if you do choose to eat in the AOH cafeteria, please do not rearrange tables or chairs. This will ensure proper six foot social distancing for all guests.

FOOD DONATIONS

Our healing heroes are so grateful for your generous food donations! Please keep in mind that we can only accept food that has been prepared in a commercial kitchen and we prefer food that is individually packaged so we can share it safely with our team members. To arrange a food donation, please send an email to the desired location, listed below:

COVID-19 has caused a national shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). Aultman facilities are quickly running out of this critical safety equipment, which is needed to protect our staff on the front line. We are asking members of our community to consider donating any PPE they may have available in an effort to help protect our nurses and health care workers. For a list of specific items Aultman is accepting or for contact information to arrange pickup/delivery, please click here

Additionally, we are asking our community members for assistance in creating cloth face masks for our staff members. Our goal is to supply each one of our team members with a cloth mask!

We need both materials and seamstresses to help us out! Donations of 100% cotton material, elastic and hair bands are gladly being accepted. In addition, we are working on obtaining additional fabric and supplies for any interested seamstresses. Just click the link below for instructions on how to make a cloth mask. You can also read the CDC’s instructions on how to make and use cloth face coverings by clicking here. If you are interested in donating, or have questions, please contact Lee Kenny by phone or text at 330-418-0886. 

Please note: Aultman Orrville Hospital is also accepting donated masks at the Emergency Department entrance or at the entrance to Dunlap Family Physicians. 

For sewing instructions, please see the written directions below or follow along with this video.

What you will need

  • Cotton fabric. Please note: It is best to use different fabric prints or colors for the inside and outside of handmade masks. This will help to distinguish which side of the fabric was previously patient-facing. 
  • Rope Elastic, beading cord elastic will work (you may also use 1/8” flat elastic)
  • Cut the elastic 7” long and tie a knot at each end (DO NOT knot the ends of the flat)

You can make two sizes: Adult or Child

1. Put right sides of cotton fabric together. Be sure any fabric design is placed horizontally.

2. Cut 9x6 (Adult) or 7.5 x 5 (Child) 

3. Starting at the center of the bottom edge, sew to the first corner, stop. Sew the elastic with the edge out into the corner. A few stitches forward and back will hold this.

4. Sew to the next corner, stop, and bring the other end of the same elastic to the corner and sew a few stitches forward and back.

5. Now sew across that top of the mask to the next corner. Again, put an elastic with the edge out.

6. Sew to the next corner and sew in the other end of the same elastic.

7. Sew across the bottom leaving about 1.5” to 2” open. Stop, cut the thread. Turn inside out.

8. Pin 3 tucks on each side of the mask. Make sure the tucks are the same direction.

9. Sew around the edge of the mask twice. 

Location Finder

Here's your guide to finding any of the facilities in the Aultman family of health services, including maps and contacts. 

Need a Doctor?

Aultman Medical Group's network of more than 240 providers is committed to high-level patient care.

Schedule an Appointment

Call 330-363-6288 or click below to complete an online form. 

 

Donate Today

You can help support and enhance services, and in turn, help patients and their families who benefit from care received at Aultman.

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