OCH Daily Update

THERE ARE 140 CONFIRMED
COVID-19 CASES IN OHIO COUNTY

While most will experience mild or moderate symptoms, please seek immediate medical attention if you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19. Emergency warning signs include*:
  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face
    *This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning or go directly to the nearest emergency department.
THE SYMPTOMS AND CRITERIA ARE:
  • Fever, cough, and shortness of breath
  • Recent close contact with a COVID-19 patient or travel to an area where it is active
Unsure if or where you should seek treatment?
Please call the OCH COVID-19 24/7 Hotline
    (270-256-5535)

OCH COVID-19 Screening Centers

Hartford Screening Center - 270-256-5535
1132 Clay Street, Hartford, KY 42347
Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 7 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Butler County Screening Center- 270-363-1234
210 North Main Street, Morgantown KY 42261
Monday - Friday: 7 AM - 7 PM
Fordsville Screening Center- 270-775-2311
44 West Main Street Fordsville, Ky
Monday - Thursday: 8 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 2 PM
Not Everyone Needs to be tested for COVID-19.
Here is some information that might help in making decisions about seeking care or testing:
  • Most people have mild illness and are able to recover at home.
  • There is no treatment specifically approved for this virus.
  • Testing results may be helpful to inform decision-making about who you come in contact with.
Healthcare Treatment Options
All Ohio County Healthcare facilities are open and treating patients either in person or by virtual video visits. Please call the office during normal business hours to schedule an appointment. Car side registration is available so that patients can wait in their vehicles and not in waiting rooms. We have created separate entrances for sick and well patients.

Visiting Information

In order to provide Outstanding Care Here and for the safety of our patients and staff we are not allowing any visitors in any of area of the hospital.

      We understand this is a difficult time for our patients, family, and friends but these precautions are in place with our community’s health in mind.
    We appreciate your understanding.

Face Masks

    To minimize community spread, the CDC recommends that everyone wear a face covering in public or professional spaces where social distancing is harder to maintain, including grocery stores, pharmacies, and work places. www.cdc.gov
      Because many individuals may have the virus without knowing it, face coverings help keep them from spreading it to others. Face masks cover the nose and mouth. Optimally, the covering would go over eyes, nose, and mouth.  Robert Knox, MD and Rowgena Cain, ARPN – OCH’s Ear, Nose, and Throat providers – have created a video guide
        of how to use basic office supplies to create a full face shield.
        OCH urges community members to help "STOP THE SPREAD" by wearing facial coverings in public. This also allows all medical-grade personal protective equipment to be reserved for healthcare professionals who are in direct patient contact areas.

Do you need Healthcare?

All clinics and services are still open normal hours.