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Due to COVID-19 precautions, the following information is provided for our patients and their families.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, if you seek medical attention at a San Antonio Regional Hospital Urgent Care and you have a fever and respiratory symptoms, you will need to call the Urgent Care office once you arrive at the facility. Below are the urgent care phone numbers to call before entering the urgent care:
Due to COVID-19 precautions, no visitors are permitted in the adult inpatient units effective March 16, 2020. Restricting visitation will help to protect our patients, their families, and our healthcare team. However, telephone and video calls to our patients are welcomed and encouraged.
San Antonio Regional Hospital's Emergency Department (ED) serves the community with 24-hour emergency care, providing basic emergency services with advanced monitoring capabilities. Our staff is certified in advanced adult and pediatric life support.
Medical direction for the ED is provided by Mountain View Emergency Physicians Medical Group, Inc. A panel of on-call physician specialists, who are members of the hospital's medical staff, are available when needed.
The ED also serves as a paramedic base station, which directs pre-hospital care via certified nurses.
Patients arriving at the ED, other than by ambulance, are seen by a triage nurse first. The goal of triage is to determine the severity of the condition. To do this, the triage nurse will ask the reason for the visit, take a brief history, and perform a focused assessment. Patients who may be unstable and whose condition could deteriorate without immediate attention will be treated first. This is why some patients receive priority treatment.
In an attempt to decrease your wait time and increase comfort, the triage nurse may begin diagnostic testing or treatment according to well-tested protocols. For example, medications may be given or an X-ray may be ordered.
When you reach our 24-hour emergency department you will have a nurse assigned to you in the treatment area. Your care will be directed by a member of the Mountain View Emergency Physicians Medical Group. After a history and physical exam are performed, you may require some diagnostic studies, such as blood tests or X-rays. The nurse may start intravenous (IV) therapy or place you on special monitors. Based upon your condition and the results of your tests, you will either be discharged or admitted to the hospital. Under certain circumstances, you may need to be transferred to another hospital.
If you are discharged from the ED, you will be given after-care instructions to follow at home. In order to get well, it is important that you understand and follow these instructions.
Before you leave the hospital, please do not hesitate to ask questions about your diagnosis and treatment. We want you to understand your condition and what it will take for you to recover. It is essential that you follow up with your personal physician or the physician you are referred to by the ED.
If you have any questions after discharge, please call the ED at 909.920.4747. You may receive an invoice for the hospital's charges for your emergency visit, as well as separate statements for all physician services. As a courtesy, the hospital's Business Services Department will bill your insurance for hospital charges.
At San Antonio Regional Hospital, at this time, limited testing for coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, may be available to those with mild to moderate respiratory illness who are over age 65 and have a history of lung, heart, liver, or kidney disease, or who are immunocompromised. Testing requires a physician’s order.
Whether you have been tested for COVID-19 or not, the recommendations are the same. Stay home and isolate during your illness. Only leave your home to: 1) seek medical care, 2) pick up groceries, or 3) go to the pharmacy. Your visitors should be limited, and you should maintain a six foot distance between yourself and others whenever possible. Finally, frequent handwashing and cleaning surfaces in your home are highly recommended. .
Any further questions or concerns should be directed to your family doctor. Additional helpful information on COVID-19 can be found on the Centers for Disease Control website.
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