Last Updated on March 27, 2020 by Logansport Memorial Hospital
SOURCE: News release from Logansport Memorial Hospital
With the recent announcement of tightened visitor restrictions, we wanted to clarify some questions about what that means for other hospital services that are accessed by the public.
How to pay hospital bills
Patients and/or visitors are being directed topay their bills online, using the Logansport Memorial Hospital website. Please do not come in to the hospital to pay your bill. Bills can also be paid by mail, or by phone.
- To pay your bill online, visit www.LogansportMemorial.org and click “Pay My Bill” in the top right corner.
- To pay your bill by phone, please call one of our Financial Counselors: (574) 753-1335, (574) 753-1477 or (574) 753-1371
Keeping appointments and other testing/procedures
In preparation for a possible influx of patients and to limit potential exposure to patients and staff, Logansport Memorial Hospital has made the decision to also cancel, restrict, or postpone the following services until further notice:
- Elective and non-emergent surgeries
- Preventive screenings, including colonoscopy and mammography screenings
- Sleep lab services
- Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab services
- Medicare Annual Wellness Visits for patients ages 65+
- Additional wellness (non-acute) visits are encouraged to be postponed as well, unless the provider and patient determine otherwise
Our providers and surgeons will consult and determine on a case-by-case basis whether appointments, surgeries, and procedures should take place or be postponed for patients. This has not changed from our initial restriction on elective and non-emergent surgeries.
We will continue to schedule and treat patients to minimize any potential negative impacts on the patient’s overall health. It is up to the physician to decide if cancelling or postponing a surgery or appointment will have a negative impact on the patient’s overall health. Patients impacted by cancellations or rescheduling of appointments will be contacted by LMH staff directly.
Kim Bice, NP back at Express Medical Center
drive-thru screening site now open at the Penman Building Cass County 4-H Fairgrounds, Express Medical Center has converted back to its normal operations –seeing walk-in patients for immediate, same-day care of minor illnesses and injuries.
Nurse Practitioner Kim Bice has been located at Express Medical Center, seeing regularly scheduled patients there. She will be moving back to seeing patients at Express Medical Center now that it has converted back to normal operations, beginning Monday, March 30, 2020. If you have any questions about seeing Kim Bice, NP at Express Medical Center, please call the office at (574) 722-9633.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding during this difficult and unprecedented time. As our processes continue to change, we will provide additional updates to do our best in answering your questions and directing you to access the hospital safely and efficiently.