St. Lukeʼs is recognized as one of the safest hospital networks in the country.
Now, like always, we’re taking every measure we can to keep you safe.
Kids and COVID
Up-to-date information for parents including how to get your child tested for COVID and what you should do if your child is exposed or tests positive. Learn more.
St. Luke’s continues to be prepared to meet the needs of our community. Learn more about the vaccine and its availability.
We screen all patients for COVID-19 symptoms prior to appointment and convert suspected positive screens to virtual appointments.
Visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day. However, we do encourage visitation during daytime hours to ensure you have adequate time to rest in the evening and night. Learn more.
Social distancing will be maintained within our waiting areas by appropriately spacing seating.
Masking for You
We are all masking for you and we ask that you mask for us. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.
In-Person or Virtual Appointments
By following established Safety Measures, it is safe to visit your doctor’s office or physical therapist for an in-person appointment. However, St. Lukeʼs will continue to offer Virtual Visits for those patients who prefer to stay home and still be ‘seen’ by their provider.
You will have a virtual registration/check-in option through MyChart and the ability to make payments online or over the phone via a debit/credit card transaction.
We maintain high levels of infection prevention and control by cleaning and disinfecting all waiting rooms and exam rooms frequently and after each use, including high touch surfaces.
Heart attacks and other life-threatening emergencies happen 24/7/365.
If you experience symptoms of critical or chronic health issues, do not ignore them. Go to your nearest St. Luke’s Emergency Room or call 911. St. Luke’s is ready for you, providing the highest level emergency care at a moment’s notice. Watch this video.