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COVID-19 - Updates

If you are interested in receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, please call (608) 723-2131 to make your appointment.

Click on Vaccination Update below for the latest information.

We currently have vaccine for ages 18+ at this time.
To learn more about eligibility, visit Wisconsin Department of Health’s website:

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Latest updates

Vaccination Update

Grant Regional Health Center continues to offer vaccines based on the number of vaccines we receive each week. *While individuals ages 12 and older are now eligible for the vaccine, we currently have vaccines for ages 18+ at this time.

Those eligible are able to get vaccinated by the following entities:

  • Your doctor or health care provider
  • Grant Regional Health Center appointments, call (608) 723-2131 to make an appointment.
  • Pharmacies
  • County-based vaccination clinic
  • Your local health department

Please note the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for use in people age 12 and older. The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for use in people age 18 and over.

Updated visitor restrictions – Effective 5/3/2021

Updated visitor restrictions – Effective 5/3/2021

Grant Regional's updated visitor restrictions are effective Monday, May 3.


All visitors are welcomed back to Grant Regional Health Center with the following visitor restrictions and guidelines to follow.

1) All visitors should allow at least six feet between themselves and other patients and visitors, even while wearing a mask.
2) Masks are required to be worn during entire duration of the visit. If the individual refuses to wear a mask appropriately, that person will be escorted out of the building. We are all responsible for the safety and care of our patients and staff members.
3) Based on current data available in our region and hospital mitigation strategies, we no longer require visitor screenings.
4) Visitor Hours
a. Med/Surg Visitor Hours are 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (exceptions for end of life and pediatric patients)
b. OB Visitor Hours are from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. No visitors will be allowed for the first 6 hours after delivery except for the support person. Registration or greeter should call OB to determine timeline for post-delivery.
5) COVID Inpatient Positive Patients
a. COVID-19 Adults/OB
• One support person will be allowed to visit during the patient’s entire stay.
• Clear communication will occur between registration and nursing to clearly indicate designed support person (for example- nursing communication in EPIC, updating whiteboard, etc.).
• Nursing staff will educate the visitor on the following items:
• The risks associated with visitation so they can make an informed decision about participation.
• Proper hand hygiene.
• Proper don and doff procedures.
• Visitor will always wear appropriate PPE in patient room.
• Visitor to remain in patient’s room for duration of visit.
• Encourage vaccination of visitor.
b. COVID-19 Pediatrics
• Two parents/guardians allowed.
• Same rules and education as stated above pertain to visitor of pediatric patients.

Questions? Please call before coming in (608) 723-2143.

It's time to get back to better health

It’s time to get back to better health

The COVID-19 crisis pushed pause on so many aspects of our lives. Now, there’s a renewed emphasis on getting the important, time-sensitive care you need, including diagnostic and screening exams like CTs, MRIs, mammograms and more. And although COVID-19 has changed the world, it hasn’t changed the fact that hospitals are one of the safest places to be for care including emergency situations like heart attack, stroke or urgent illnesses or injuries.

Delaying important medical care can have serious consequences. We want to reassure patients that it’s safe to get the care they need, which can help prevent medical conditions from becoming more severe and leading to an emergency visit or negative long-term impacts. As always, early detection and treatment improves our ability to provide the most comprehensive and effective care for you. We also continue to offer video health visits if patients would rather call from home.

It’s no surprise that people are nervous to come to a hospital or clinic. But it’s important to know that we are taking extra precautions to keep our patients and staff safe. We call it our Safe Care Promise, our way of placing an important focus on enhanced safety protocols designed to help protect and reassure patients our hospital is a safe place to receive care. We continue to screen everyone entering the hospital, we require everyone to mask, we are committed to enhanced sanitizing, and we have advanced measures in place for social distancing including staggering appointments and modifications to waiting rooms and public areas.

We encourage everyone to do your part to help keep yourself and others safe from the virus. We strongly recommend following the CDC guidelines now and in the weeks to come:

  • Wear face coverings over your nose and mouth.
  • Wash hands–frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Stay home if possible – especially if you have any symptoms.
  • Practice physical distancing – stay 6’ away from people who do not live in your household.

We are also encouraging anyone with Covid-related symptoms or think they may have been exposed to the virus, to take advantage of the Free Community Testing that will take place in our county. For more information about Community Testing, you can reach out to Grant County Health Department for more specific details by calling 723-6416.

Questions? Please call before coming in (608) 723-2143.

Safe care. Always.

At Grant Regional, we're looking forward to helping our patients get back to better health. We're committed to safely welcoming back patients for care and surgeries that were postponed due to Covid-19. We're taking extra precautions to keep you safe. It's our Safe Care Promise. And you'll find that promise true at all of our locations. Below outlines our commitment to you. Please don't delay important healthcare. Our hospital and clinics are safe, clean and ready to care for you. You'll notice changes in the way we provide care by placing an added focus on safety measures.

Face coverings

Everyone entering the hospital will be required to wear a face mask, regardless of whether they have COVID-19 symptoms. Cloth masks are acceptable, and we will provide masks if you do not have your own.

Symptom screening

All patients are being screened for symptoms, upon entrance to our hospital and clinic.

Social distancing

Appointments are staggered to minimize the number of people in an area, and chairs in waiting areas are spaced to allow for social distancing. Grant Regional has many safeguards in place to keep patients safe and protect from exposure to COVID.

Safe areas

Our staff and medical providers are committed to providing a safe and secure environment, and great care is taken to prevent the potential spread of infection. We are taking extra precautions to protect our patients and each other when caring for patients. We have continued to increase our infection control standards in all departments. This includes increased sanitization of commonly touched surfaces, door handles and countertops.

Visitor policy

Due to the ongoing pandemic, our hospital and clinics have implemented some visitor restrictions. Click on the Visitor Restrictions tab below to learn more.

Video health visits

While we are reopening some services, we continue to encourage patients who need to be seen by a medical provider to consider a video health visit in place of physically coming to the clinic. This allows us to treat patients conveniently from their home for everyone's health and safety. Video visits can be scheduled Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. by calling 608.723.2131.

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