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Prairie Lakes Healthcare System Closes Caring Clubhouse to Visitors/Guests

WATERTOWN, S.D. April 2, 2020 Effective today, April 2, 2020 through June 30th 2020. In following with the no visitor policy at PLHS, the Caring Clubhouse will be closed to all visitors/guests. The closure will be in effect today, April 2 through June 30, 2020. The decision will then be revisited at that time. We would like to thank the community for their cooperation and understanding as we work to ensure the safety of our staff, patients and their families and friends.

Prairie Lakes Healthcare System Closes Facilities to Visitors

 

WATERTOWN, S.D. – April 1, 2020– A no visitor policy in response to COVID-19 will go into effect at all Prairie Lakes Healthcare System facilities beginning Thursday, April 2, 2020.

 

“For the safety of our patients and staff, we are implementing a no visitor policy for patients receiving care at all our facilities,” said K.C. DeBoer, President and CEO. “This policy replaces the restricted visitation policy we put into effect March 14 and will further help protect our staff and patients alike. I understand this restriction will be difficult for patients and their loved ones. There are a few exceptions, including patients receivingend-of-life care, births, and cases involving minors. Similar policies are seen enacted in our state. We are being proactive and responsible, and ask for the cooperation and understanding from the community.”

 

No Visitor Policy Exceptions:

1)      One care partner (like a spouse) for mothers receiving care in OB

2)      One parent or guardian for minors

3)      One care partner for patients with an altered mental state (including confusion and developmental delays)

4)      One care partner for Prairie Lakes Cancer Center patients

5)      Two visitors for patients receiving end-of-life care

 

 

Prairie Lakes Healthcare System is actively working with the South Dakota Department of Health (SD DOH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local authorities through the unified Watertown Area Task Force to manage COVID-19 cases. The best thing community members can do to help prevent a surge in cases is to follow guidelines and other updates posted as available on the Facebook page “2020 Watertown Covid-19”.

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